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Depth Study E: China, c.1930–c.1990
Why did China become a Communist State in 1949?
- Why did the Communists undertake the Long March in 1934?
- What was the importance of the Communist settlement at Yenan?
- How far did the Second World War weaken the Nationalist government?
- Why was there a civil war and why did the Communists win it?
How far had Communist rule changed China by the mid-1960s?
- What changes in agriculture did Communist rule bring?
- What was the impact of the Communists’ social reforms?
- How successful were the Five-Year Plans in increasing production?
- Did the Chinese people benefit from Communist rule?
What was the impact of Communist rule on China’s relations with other countries/regions?
- What have been China’s changing relationships with neighbouring states?
- Why did China try to improve relations with the USA after 1970?
- How far was China established as a superpower by the time of Mao’s death?
- How far have China’s relations with other powers improved since Mao’s death?
How far had Communist rule changed China by c.1990?
- Why did Mao launch the Cultural Revolution?
- What was the impact of the Cultural Revolution in China?
- How was the issue of leadership after the death of Mao resolved?
- How far did the economic development of the 1980s accompany social and political change?
Further specified content can be found on page 24 of the Cambridge IGCSE Syllabus handbook (For examination in June and November 2020, 2021 and 2022)