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Why Did the Communists Win the Civil War in China?

Summary: Provides a history of China, focusing on the civil war power struggle between China's GMD nationalist party under Chiang Kai Shek and the CCP communist Party under Mao Ze Dong. Explores why the Communists ultimately won the civil war; considering CCP pros and GMD cons.
The Chinese civil war was a power struggle between China's GMD nationalist party under Chiang Kai Shek and the CCP communist Party under Mao Ze Dong. Although co-existing through forming the United Front (1923) and cooperation in the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) a final coalition government was impossible, ultimately, the two parties resolved the power struggle through the inevitable Civil War in 1949 after the Japanese War when the CCP had finally announced their victory on October 1st. Historians have argued why the Communists had ultimately won the civil war; some recognized only of CCP pros and others believed that the victory was based upon GMD cons. This essay will look into both of these views.

The CCP effectiveness:

Politically, the CCP under Mao's leadership had been much appreciated by the majority of the population, peasants. Mao's ideology proposed people's equality, women's rights, land and food, thus instantly he gathered a...

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