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Chinese Revolution: Consequences

VCE History Units 3 & 4

Source: Chinese Red Guards, 1966. (Universal History Archive, 2019).

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Level 1Victorian Curriculum and Assessment AuthorityConsequences of revolution

  • "How did the consequences of revolution shape the new order?
  • How did the new regime consolidate its power?
  • How did the revolution affect the experiences of those who lived through it?
  • To what extent was society changed and revolutionary ideas achieved?"

Victorian Certification of Education, History, Study Design 2016-2020 (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, 2015, p. 64.)

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