China 1949: Graham Hutchings asks, why did the Communists win?

//China 1949: Graham Hutchings asks, why did the Communists win?

China 1949: Graham Hutchings asks, why did the Communists win?

China 1949: Year of Revolution by Graham Hutchings, Bloomsbury Academic The conflict between the Kuomintang and the Chinese Communists was one of the biggest civil wars in human history. It involved more than five million soldiers and led to a change of government and the dislocation of millions of people. More than 70 years after the Kuomintang moved their government to Taiwan, the civil war remains unfinished. The reunification of China is still uncertain; it seems far in the future. China…

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