The Chinese Revolution by Paul J. Byrne
The Triumph of Communism (Snapshots in History)

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In August 1945, World War II was over, and China was liberated after suffering for years under harsh Japanese military rule. But a new war was about to begin. Over the next four years, China would endure a brutal civil war as the Nationalists, who had ruled China before the war against Japan, and their longtime enemies the Communists battled it out to the bitter end. The ultimate Communist victory over the Nationalists brought a massive revolution to Chinese society and even more suffering to the Chinese people.
 

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Rhonda Byrne's intention is to bring joy to billions. She began her journey with The Secret film, viewed by millions. The Secret book, now available in 47 languages, continues to bring the law of attraction across the world -- still on bestseller lists after five years. In The Power, another worldwide bestseller published in 2010, Rhonda Byrne reveals the single greatest force in our Universe.
 
Published January 1, 2007 by Compass Point Books. 96 pages
Genres: History, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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