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  1. 1. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.Hi! My name is S__________. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to m_________ China. Second, I wanted to n_________it by getting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally,under my western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism i________. Yet, due to myw___ ________ and lack of support from the m_______ I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly b________ the d___________ of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a m_______ Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition, r_____and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  2. 2. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to m_________ China. Second, I wanted to n_________ itby getting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally,under my western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism i________. Yet, due to myw___ ________ and lack of support from the m_______ I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly b________ the d___________ of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a m_______ Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition, r_____and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  3. 3. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to n_________ itby getting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally,under my western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism i________. Yet, due to myw___ ________ and lack of support from the m_______ I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly b________ the d___________ of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a m_______ Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition, r_____and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  4. 4. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism i________. Yet, due to my w___________ and lack of support from the m_______ I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly b________ the d___________ of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a m_______ Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition, r_____and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  5. 5. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my w___________ and lack of support from the m_______ I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly b________ the d___________ of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a m_______ Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition, r_____and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  6. 6. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the m_______ I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly b________ the d___________ of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a m_______ Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition, r_____and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  7. 7. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly b________ the d___________ of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a m__________ Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,r_____ and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  8. 8. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the d___________ of the revolution. That is right.I ruled as a m__________ Soon after, c______ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition, r_____and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  9. 9. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a m_________ Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,r_____ and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  10. 10. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, c_____ broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,r_____ and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  11. 11. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,r_____ and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  12. 12. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and b_______ fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  13. 13. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in d_______, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  14. 14. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, c_____ were destroyed, and many people S_____________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  15. 15. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people s______________. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T_______________. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  16. 16. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the T___________. They were outraged that their WWI allies (W____________________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and toshow Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as theM_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  17. 17. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies(W__________ __________) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty ofVersailles gave the Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty ofVersailles and to show Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known asthe M_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  18. 18. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to G_______ to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and toshow Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as theM_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  19. 19. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to Germany to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to J_____ This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and toshow Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as theM_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  20. 20. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to Germany to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to Japan This decision made China very a_____. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and toshow Chinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as theM_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  21. 21. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to Germany to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to Japan This decision made China very angry. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and to showChinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as theM_______________. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  22. 22. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to Germany to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to Japan This decision made China very angry. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and to showChinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as the May FourthMovement. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to L________________ after Western democracies offer little support forthe idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, which favorsd________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  23. 23. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to Germany to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to Japan This decision made China very angry. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and to showChinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as the May FourthMovement. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to Lenin( Russian Communist) after Western democracies offer littlesupport for the idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. C__________ then takes over the nationalist government, whichfavors d________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  24. 24. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to Germany to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to Japan This decision made China very angry. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and to showChinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as the May FourthMovement. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to Lenin( Russian Communist) after Western democracies offer littlesupport for the idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. Chiang Kai-Shek then takes over the nationalist government, whichfavors d________ and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  25. 25. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to Germany to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to Japan This decision made China very angry. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and to showChinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as the May FourthMovement. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to Lenin( Russian Communist) after Western democracies offer littlesupport for the idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. Chiang Kai-Shek then takes over the nationalist government, whichfavors democracy and c_________. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.
  26. 26. Chinese Revolution Review “Knowing what to do is easier than doing it.” – Traditional Chinese Proverb “Knowledge is difficult, action is easy.” – Sun Yixian 1 “What in the Chinese Revolution is going on here?” said the World History Student.(Hi! My name is Sun Yixian. I intended to do three things for China. First, I wanted to Modernize China. Second, I wanted to nationalize it bygetting rid of the Qing Dynasty which has allowed foreign countries to control China’s trade and economic resources for years. Finally, undermy western-like democratic movement, there was the creation of the new Republic of China and nationalism increased. Yet, due to my weakauthority and lack of support from the military I passed on my presidency to Yuan Shikai. 2That is right, I took over after Sun Yixian. My name is Yuan Shikai. Well, I quickly betrayed the democratic ideals of the revolution. That isright. I ruled as a military dictator Soon after, chaos broke out in China. During my reign, China saw local revolts take place. In addition,roads and bridges fell in disrepair, crops were destroyed, and many people starved to death. 3Following WWI, the Chinese become upset over the new of the Treaty of Versailles. They were outraged that their WWI allies (WesternEurope & US) did not keep their promise of giving Asian territory that belonged to Germany to China. Instead, the Treaty of Versailles gavethe Asian territory to Japan This decision made China very angry. The Chinese began to protest against the Treaty of Versailles and to showChinese people’s commitment to creating a strong modern Chinese nation. These demonstrations became known as the May FourthMovement. 4Around 1923, the Chinese, under the leadership of Sun Yixian, turn to Lenin( Russian Communist) after Western democracies offer littlesupport for the idea of a democratic China. Yet, in 1925, Sun Yixian dies. Chiang Kai-Shek then takes over the nationalist government, whichfavors democracy and capitalism. 5Chiang Kai-Shek’s followers were b________ and b___________ and countries such as G_________ and the ___. Meanwhile, c______leaders gathered in Shanghai. In 1927, Chiang Kai-Shek sent nationalist troops into Shanghai and killed any communists. The nationalistkilled the communist because they were fearful of c________ revolution like the one that occurred in R______. 6One Chinese communist leader, and former schoolteacher, by the name of M_________ escapes Chiang Kai-Shek’s plans to kill allcommunists. He goes into hiding in the Chinese countryside. M________ begins to preach the benefits of communism to p_______ in theChinese countryside. Unlike Lenin, who believed city workers were the key to a communist revolution, M__ _______________ believed_________were the key to a communist revolution in China. 7Around 1930, a bloody Civil War breaks out between N__________ and C___________. Chiang Kai-Shek’s N_________ army outnumberMao’s R__ army nearly __ to __ Greatly outnumbered, Mao starts his L___ ______ of some _____ miles (same distance as walking from LAto NY and back, wow! Can you say, “Long Distance Runaround”?) During Mao’s Long March he gathers more and more support fromp_________ in the countryside by promising them I____. 8Finally, the Civil War is halted by the J__________ _ of China. Both Mao (communist) and Chiang Kai-Shek (nationalist) unite to fight theJ__________ Fighting resumes between the nationalists and communists following W______ W. In 1949, the c___________ win the civil warand the N____________ government flee to __________.

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