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Chinese Revolution: Causes

VCE History Units 3 & 4

Source: The Battle of Luding Bridge. (n.d.).

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Chinese Revolution | Causes: Key figures

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Chinese Revolution | Causes: Key events

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The legacy of May Fourth movement. (CGTN, 2019)

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In text reference / citation: CGTN (2019) or (CGTN, 2019)
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What was the Long March and why was it important? What was the reason for the Long March? The Chinese Long March was a military campaign by the CCP to avoid and outsmart the KMT. The Campaign cost the Chinese Red Army more than 50,000 troops, but in the end proved successful. (China Matters, 2016)

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1934: The Long March: Mao (Documentary Channel, 2016)

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Chinese Revolution | Causes: Ideologies and political parties

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Chinese Revolution | Causes: Curriculum alignment

Level 1Victorian Curriculum and Assessment AuthorityCauses of revolution

  • "What were the significant causes of revolution?
  • How did the actions of popular movements and particular individuals contribute to triggering a revolution?
  • To what extent did social tensions and ideological conflicts contribute to the outbreak of revolution?"

Victorian Certification of Education, History, Study Design 2016-2020 (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, 2015, p. 62.)

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