Sino-Soviet Relations 1920s- 1958

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  • Sino-Soviet Relations 1920s- 1969
    • Taiwan
      • Mao felt that he hadn't won until the Guomindang had left Taiwan
      • Mao launched two unsuccessful attacks on Taiwan
      • The USA quickly moved in to put down the attacks
      • In private, Khrushchev did not support the attacks
    • The Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance Feb 1950
      • Alliance- USSR will come to China's aid if threatened by any capitalist nation
      • Mutual Assistance- Trade and share knowledge
      • Friendship- A loan for $300 million and equipment for 50 major construction projects
    • Stalin
      • Supported the Chinese communists in the Civil War
      • Had a good relationship with Mao
      • Would not allow China to go full on guns blazing in Korea. Just troops
    • Events
      • Korean War, China helps when NK pushed to Yalu River
      • 1954- Khrushchev visits Beijing
      • 1956- Khrushchev's secret speech
        • Mao calls Khrushchev a revisionist
      • 1958 - Great Leap Forward, Khrushchev criticises
  • Stalin
    • Supported the Chinese communists in the Civil War
    • Had a good relationship with Mao
    • Would not allow China to go full on guns blazing in Korea. Just troops

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