When Chiang entered the city, heordered a massacre of the communists.

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Finally, itprovided the leaders of future communist China.

Jacques Guillermaz, The History of the Chinese Communist Party, 1921-1949, New York, 1972 (theauthor was a French diplomat who served in China in the 1930s and 1940s).

The images of protest spread, however, and these sparked events across the globe.
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More importantly, did it signal the death throes of Communism?

In December 1936, Chiang went north to coordinate a campaign against the Yenancommunists with Marshal Zhang Xueliang. The Marshal, angered by the Japanese assassination ofhis father had supported Chiang, but he became angry at the latter's preference to fight thecommunists rather than the Japanese.

The Impact of the Russian Revolution and of Marxism-Leninism on China. A.
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Greece and Turkey were the first nations spiraling into crisis that had not been directly occupied by the Soviet Army. Both countries were on the verge of being taken over by Soviet-backed guerrilla movements. Truman decided to draw a line in the sand. In March 1947, he asked Congress to appropriate $400 million to send to these two nations in the form of military and economic assistance. Within two years the communist threat had passed, and both nations were comfortably in the western sphere of influence.

The Jewish-Communists had vast armies at their disposal, while the Vatican had none to speak of.
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In this lesson, we explore the early beginnings of communism in China

Countries backed by the USSR, like many areas in the Middle East, lessened their aggressive nature and lead to peace treaty signings between Israel and Egypt as well as a decline in anti-Semitic terrorism.

The collapse also highlighted major faults within the system of communism, proving that its political foundation goes against human nature.

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This lessened imposing threats such as China, that were still practicing Communist ideals, since they were now associated with these weaknesses and seen as politically flawed.

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Major parts of the world, including countries of eastern Europe, Asia, and pieces of Africa, were taken over by the Communist name. Third world economies were especially subject to this political regime due to social unrest and calls for economic change, the “utopian” idea of Communism had great appeal to lower class citizens wishing to spread the world’s wealth.

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In a successful effort to destroy the Tsarist autocracy that was taking place in Russia at the time, the people of Russia replaced their old government with a provisional government and eventually the Communist party in October of 1917.

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Vladimir Lenin, the head of the Bolshevik (communist) party, declared leardership over various government ministries and seized control of the Russian countryside.

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It not only encouraged the initial spread of communism in Russia, but the entire world. The third international formed, which greatly increased global tensions due to the now division of the world’s countries into two; communist nations and capitalist nations. Imperialism took a heavy decline in popularity as freedom, expressly liberal, movements took a strong hold over the world’s people.