Gmd Were Better Equipped….but the Communist Took Advantage of the Mass Support

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18/02/14
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Why the CCP won the Civil War?

* Intro – introduce how the civil war was going (background information, a timeline, who was fighting? Who was winning (GMD)), overview on why the CCP won * Main Body (1st developed point) political – both had foreign aid, CCP had a strong leadership, peasants liked the idea of communism, however the GMD lost sight of the three principles (dictatorship, no democracy, very harsh rule) * Main Body (2nd developed point) military – the soldiers felt that they were fighting for a cause (were passionate about it), whilst the GMD had their soldiers unfed and didn’t have a motive to fight this led for soldiers to desert the GMD and move to the CCP, bringing their weapons with them (the biggest suppliers of weapons were the GMD), write about the military tactics (guerrilla and CKS wrong move) * Main Body (3rd developed point) social - CCP had support of the majority: Women’s association: No more foot binding, prostitution, Land reform, When they made mistake, too radical for land reform, they backed down and began to more moderate. * Conclusion has to go back to the question
Compare the two!! GMD & CCP

Why did a Civil war break out in China in 1947? * Intro * Main Body (1st/2nd developed point) (division between GMD and CCP), 1925 – 1945 main points (shanghais massacre, extermination campaigns, long march, war with Japan) * Main Body (2nd developed point) 1945-1946 (end of the Sino-Japanese war, CCP willing to compromise, GMD not) * Conclusion – long term factors + the short term caused the civil war

The Chinese civil war was a power struggle between China’s GMD nationalist party under Chiang Kai Shek ant the CCP communist party under Mao Ze Dong. Although…...

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