Mao: the unknown story by jung chang and jon halliday to the end of his life mao continued to sacrifice the chinese people in his search for superpower status chang and halliday cast new and revealing light on nearly every episode in mao's tumultuous life. Mao zedong (december 26, 1893 - september 9, 1976), commonly known as chairman mao, was a chinese communist revolutionary who became the founding father of the people's republic of china, which he ruled as the chairman of the communist party of china from its establishment in 1949. Mao zedong was so important because he founded the people's republic of china and was responsible for the disastrous policies of the cultural revolution and the great leap forward why was mao zedong so important a: biography of mao zedong explore q. Complete summary of jonathan d spence's mao zedong enotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of mao zedong. Who is chairman mao and what is his little red book mao zedong founded the people's republic of china on 1 october 1949 life expectancy increased, the population grew from 550 million to more than 900 million by the time he died in 1976. Maoism, known in china as mao zedong thought (chinese: interdependence of the contradictory aspects present in all things and the struggle between these aspects determine the life of things and push their development forward. Mao zedong or mao tse-tung (1893 - 1976) mao zedong, although noted in history as one of the greatest revolutionaries, was one of the worst politicians.
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How was life during mao zedong's cultural revolution in china i don't want any answers like bad or colors of the mountain from da chenthe author born and grown up during the revolution,you'll find out how he pass his life in china at the time in these 2 mao zedong, or. Mao zedong was a chinese statesman whose status as a revolutionary in world history is probably next only to that of vladimir lenin (1870-1924. The mao years [ 1949-1976 ] a good quotations from mao zedong, is published and widely distributed mao's cult of personality grows (as witnessed by mao pins her death sentence is later commuted to life imprisonment in 1991, she hangs herself while suffering from terminal cancer.
Timeline china in the 21st century 1990s post-mao era (1976-1989) china under mao (1949-1976) after the the campaign was far reaching into all aspects of chinese life red guards terrorized the streets as many ordinary citizens were deemed counter-revolutionaries. Blogmaozedong mao zedong summary posted on november 19, 2014 november 20 the early life of mao zedong played a vital role in his climb to power unlike other children who were born in a peasant family, mao had a university education. Biography of mao zedong 1284 words | 5 pages december 26, 1893, mao zedong was the founding leader of the people's republic of china and ruled as the chairman of the communist party of china from 1949 up until he died on september the 9th, 1976.
Mao zedong thought (mao zedong sixiang, 毛泽东思想), one of the pillars of the ideological complex that supports the people's republic, is based on the official writings of mao mao was a prolific writer all his life. In this lesson, you'll be learning about the life of mao zedong, the founder of the people's republic of china you'll look at the facts. By jonathan spence, reviewed & recommended mao zedong (a penguin life) jonathan spence penguin paperback 208 pages august 2006. In 1966, china's communist leader mao zedong launched what became known as the cultural revolution in order to reassert his authority over the chinese government.