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5 Matching questions

  1. Jiang Zemin
  2. Mao Zedong
  3. Collective farms, Communes
  4. Chiang Kai - Shek
  5. Communist Party
  1. a Communist leader who started the Great proletariat Cultural revolution
  2. b Deng's successor
    • Dalai Lama- Buddhist leader of religious officials
  3. c Ruled China 1928 to 1949. Goes to Taiwan in 1949 and is its president until his death in 1975)
  4. d Villages set up by Mao to modernize china through a whole community
  5. e Strict under Mao, no freedom of speech

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. - Visited China in 1972 to meet with Mao
  2. leader of North Korea until his death in 1972. Started the Korean War in 1958. He modeled his rule using Joseph Stalin as a role model. His son, Kim Jong Il, now rules.
  3. Soldier of the Peoples liberation army in the Peoples Republic of China. Characterized as a selfless and modest person who was devoted to Mao and the communist party
  4. The lower class
  5. Also know as China, is the world most populous state in the world with over 1.3 billion people

5 True/False questions

  1. Nationalist PartyKuomintang of China, more free than


  2. Sun YatsenFirst leader of China


  3. 1966 - 1968The Great Proletariat Cultural Revolution. Mao's effort to truly remake China into a pure communist state. Everything and everyone that was even remotely associated with the old ways (pre 1949) were potential victims. Traditional beliefs, customs, thinking and values were attacked. The persecution went even beyond that. Red Guard units began fighting Red Guard units, each side proclaiming that they were the TRUE followers of Mao. Many were killed and millions were sent to work in harsh conditions in the countryside to be "reeducated". A good overview -


  4. Liu Shaoqikey figure behind the start of the Cultural Revolution. Heir apparent to Mao. Died escaping China after it was found out that he was plotting to have Mao assassinated.


  5. CommunismEconomic system in which the means of production are privately owned and operated for a private profit