These things make them the same to an extent but where they differ is in who their enemies were and which ideologies they fought for, as well as the varying social implications of the empowered parties and what policies they enacted and of course the results of their wars.
In late September Nationalist troops laid siege to Kalgana major Communist base, and lead Communist negotiator Zhou Enlai responded by withdrawing from peace talks. This polarisation led to an armed uprising by the right-wing military under General Franco, and directly led to the Spanish Civil War.
It was also clumsily written, and threatened many relatively small landholders.They were different in the speed with which these factors brought about civil war, and that China, unlike Spain, was ushered into war by a foreign invasion. After government troops took Changchun on May 23, a day truce was declared in Manchuria from June 6 to June Essentially, the Spanish dictator Primo de Rivera does not succeed in securing political instability. Truman responded to the outbreak of violence by dispatching George C. The CEDA were thought to have been very traditionalist and after the end of the dictatorial monarchy they had not been trusted by the local peasantry and never gained much support in the early years of the Second Republic. CCW: 8 years of fighting and Japanese occupation left the economy exhausted with falling agricultural and industrial production and food shortages. This led to a right-wing backlash and the next government, from was composed of the quasi-fascist CEDA party and Radical party.
The cause of the Chinese Civil War at least its second phase differs from the Spanish Civil War in that it was directly influenced by the invasion of a foreign power. Norton and company Ltd. In Spain, the population had similarly become dissolution with the Spanish monarchy after the economic depression which followed the First World War.
The agrarian law did not include state-funded collective farms, as the Socialists wanted, and was not enacted until late Kalgan fell to the Nationalists on October 11, and on October 21, Zhou was persuaded to return to the restored Nationalist capital at Nanking Nanjing for further negotiations.
Before any of these agreements could be put into practice, renewed fighting broke out in Manchuria. In the CCW, support from foreign powers actually undermined the nationalist war effort, in contrast to in the SCW where German and Italian support ensured victory.
The withdrawal of Soviet occupation troops in March—April triggered a scramble; Nationalist troops occupied Mukden Shenyang on March 12, while the Communists consolidated their hold throughout northern Manchuria.
Women were granted greater legal rights, especially with regards to marriage and more educational opportunities, as Communism, at least in theory, promoted greater equality.The fact that after the Japanese had been expelled from Manchuria, Japanese equipment and weapons went to the CCP further bolstered their confidence. The results were similar in that they resulted in economic damages and loss of civilian life, as well as establishing single-party states. In due to the inability of the Second Republic and Azana to solve all the problems plaguing Spain during the second republics rule a number of Generals backed by Spanish Confederation of the Autonomous Right CEDA declared their opposition of the Republic as an Atheist government. Fighting intensified elsewhere, however, as government and Communist troops clashed in Jehol Chengde , northern Kiangsu Jiangsu , northeastern Hopeh Hebei , and southeastern Shantung Shandong. These things make them the same to an extent but where they differ is in who their enemies were and which ideologies they fought for, as well as the varying social implications of the empowered parties and what policies they enacted and of course the results of their wars. This was because despite the political revolution, traditional attitudes towards women still persisted. They both lacked industrialization and an effective system in which the established landowners and peasantry could be happy. The alliance had great successes up until during the Nothern campaign to rid China of Japanese influence. On January 31 the Political Consultative Conference, a body composed of representatives from across the Chinese political spectrum, reached agreements on the following points: reorganization of the government and broadening its representation; convocation of a national assembly on May 5, , to adopt a constitution; principles for political, economic, and social reform; and unification of military command. Though war with the Japanese did not begin until , Japan had been the de facto ruler of the Chinese region of Manchuria since the Mukden Incident of The country was divided between the left and the right and throughout the early s this polarization intensified and resulted in Franco's military coup that led to war in They did so by promoting a coalition government between the two parts. This includes the collapse of a year dynasty, the Revolution of Double Tenth, and the failure of Yuan Shikai to deal with long term foreign intervention.
Differences include opposing political ideologies coming to power in China and Spain, the degree to which opposition was destroyed and the freedoms of women in each post-civil war society. The results were similar in that they resulted in economic damages and loss of civilian life, as well as establishing single-party states.