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Exhibit 16.2
Mao Tse-Tung

Exhibit 16.3
Mao medals were distributed during the Cultural Revolution in China during the 70s.

From 1947 1949, there was a civil war in China, in which the Communist North under Mao, successfully fought against the Kuo-Min-Tang South under General Chiang who was miserably defeated. He escaped to Formosa and became the President of the remaining Nationalist China in March 1950.


Communist China was proclaimed the Peoplesí Republic of China on October 1, 1949. China drew up a new constitution which came into force on October 1, 1954. Mao became the President of the New Republic and Chou En Lai became the Prime Minister. Like Russia, China made great progress through her five-year plans.

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Index

Introduction
16.1 - The Causes Of The Rise Of Nationalism In Asia
16.2 - Emergence Of India As A Nation
16.3 - Rise Of Modern China
16.4 - Rise Of Modern Japan
16.5 - National Awakening In South East Asia
16.6 - National Awakening In Arab Lands
16.7 - Israel
16.8 - African Nationalism
16.9 - Nationalism In Latin America
16.10 - Dates & Events

Chapter 17





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