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China was at hardship during the time period of 1911-1949 In 1911 there was the start of the Communist Revolution and then the Chinese with the Americans help had to fight off Japan which continued into World War II Finally after the Japanese had surrendered the Civil War began in China The Civil War was one of the most violent acts in Chinese history it lasted for four long brutal years between 1945-1949 The outcome and impacts of the Civil War would change China forever My main focus is on the impacts the Civil War had on foreign countries who was involved why it happened and what was the outcome of the Civil War After World War II and the surrender of Japan another long and brutal war ravaged over China The Civil War which took place from the 1945-1949 was a devastating war between the Nationalists who were led by Chiang Kai-Shek and the Communists who had many great leaders For example Mao Zedong who helped establish the Communist capitol of Shih-Chia -Chuang which was a huge railroad center and ChenYi and Liu Bocheng who helped cut the Nationalists by destroying the protected outposts along the Lung-Hai and the Ping-Han lines which led to many other isolated cities The roots of the conflict between the Communists and the Nationalists go back all the way to the 1920s Their basic differences were over the formal agreement to cooperate in the war against Japan In the end the Communists were victorious by gaining the peoples enthusiastic supports Chang resigned and fled to Taiwan which was the only territory the Red Army did not occupy The Civil War involved the Nationalists and the Communists in a dispute over land and who would rule China The Civil War also involved the United States of America and its many acts to intervene with peace talks The first of many peace talks was in 1945
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