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  • Blaming the UK for Mao’s triumph over Chiang Kai-shek is a blunder, alright, but one by the self-styled historian.

    The Greatest Blunder in British History « Antiwar.com Blog

  • The surrender of the Japanese military forces in Formosa was on Oct. 25, 1945, thus beginning the military occupation, and the administrative authority for this military occupation was delegated to Chiang Kai-shek aka the Chinese nationalists or Republic of China.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Probably Chiang Kai-shek as good as his coach Big-Eared Tu were responsible for setting up a league to manage all a assorted Triad groups called Five Continents Overseas Chinese Hung League.

    Batin Itam: The Li Blood Line

  • They were, however, later joined by Chinese forces loyal to Chiang Kai-shek.

    Elephant Man's heroic rescue mission in 'Far east Dunkirk' revealed on film

  • It was fine for us children, but a desperately anxious time for our mother: “Bereft of her husband incommunicado with Chiang Kai-shek’s government in the far west of China, of her father and brother in a Japanese interment camp near Shanghai, and of her own mother in the blitz in London, my mother listened in the kitchen to the BBC news, hearing the Axis extending its reach through the world on an ever-widening front.

    Peter Pouncey - An interview with author

  • What the heck does the Korean War have to do with Chiang Kai-shek?

    Matthew Yglesias » Unleashing Chiang

  • Another interesting point is that, even without the Chiang Kai-shek misunderstanding, what Jeb is doing is super racist.

    Matthew Yglesias » Unleashing Chiang

  • So, when George H.W. Bush made a joke about “unleashing Chang” while playing tennis in 1989, he was humorously conflating Chiang Kai-shek and Michael Chang, which Matt and the reporter and were too unsophisticated to get.

    Matthew Yglesias » Unleashing Chiang

  • The ancient country has even had Christian leaders, such as the Congregationalist founder of the Chinese Republic, Sun Yat-sen, and his Methodist successor, Gen. Chiang Kai-shek (head of the Kuomintang for nearly forty years).

    "The Prime Minister of China who became a Benedictine Abbot"

  • Picture a table devoted to dictators of the world: There was a Cleopatra, a Castro, a Chiang Kai-shek, a Bloody Mary, an Imelda Marcos.

    Bringing Out The Inner Kid

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