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Do Now: Grab todays Agenda (11:2). Turn in your Boxing Matches. What is the message of the following cartoon? Objective: East Asia WHII.13a-c TSWDK of the second half of the 20th century by explaining key events of the Cold War and by describing conflicts and revolutionary movements in eastern Asia,

including those in Vietnam, and their major leaders. The Cold War Escalates China Korea Vietnam China Civil War After WWII, two groups formed in

China: Communist Party led by Mao Zedong Nationalist Party led by Chiang Kai-Shek (Jiang Jieshi) China Civil War After WWII, two groups formed in China: Communist Party led by Mao

Zedong Nationalist Party led by Chiang Kai-Shek (Jiang Jieshi) In 1949, after a brutal civil war (more than 1 million dead), Communist Party drove the Nationalist Party from power. China Civil War After WWII, two groups formed in

China: Communist Party led by Mao Zedong Nationalist Party led by Chiang Kai-Shek (Jiang Jieshi) In 1949, after a brutal civil war (more than 1 million dead), Communist Party drove the Nationalist Party from power. Kai-Shek fled to Taiwan where the Nationalists set up government.

Zedong formed the Peoples Republic of China on mainland China. There has been continuing conflict between the two Chinas. China Mao Zedong 1953 First Five-Year Plan. Industrial development and collectivization. Success!

China Mao Zedong 1953 First Five-Year Plan. Industrial development and collectivization. Success! 1958 Second Five-Year Plan. Compete with industrial West. Failure! China Mao Zedong 1953 First Five-Year Plan. Industrial

development and collectivization. Success! 1958 Second Five-Year Plan. Compete with industrial West. Failure! 1966 Cultural Revolution. Replaced old Chinese culture with new socialist culture China Mao Zedong 1953 First Five-Year Plan. Industrial

development and collectivization. Success! 1958 Second Five-Year Plan. Compete with industrial West. Failure! 1966 Cultural Revolution. Replaced old Chinese culture with new socialist culture by force via the Red Guards. They rampaged China, destroyed artwork, burned books anything from the old way.

They also beat, tortured, and killed people who didnt follow the new way. Chaos ensued. Failure. China Mao Zedong 1953 First Five-Year Plan. Industrial development and collectivization. Success!

1958 Second Five-Year Plan. Compete with industrial West. Failure! 1966 Cultural Revolution. Replaced old Chinese culture with new socialist culture by force via the Red Guards. They rampaged China, destroyed artwork, burned books anything from the old way. They also beat, tortured, and killed people who didnt follow the new

way. Chaos ensued. Failure. Died 1976. China Deng Xiaoping Modernization in Agriculture Industry Science and technology

National defense Reformed Communist Chinas economy to a market economy, which opened Chinese society to cultural and scientific exchanges with the West. China Deng Xiaoping Modernization in Agriculture

Industry Science and technology National defense Reformed Communist Chinas economy to a market economy, which opened Chinese society to cultural and scientific exchanges with the West. Led to rapid economic growth. In 1980s and 1990s, China had one of the worlds fastest growing economy.

China Deng Xiaoping Modernization in Agriculture Industry Science and technology National defense Reformed Communist Chinas economy to a market economy, which opened Chinese society to cultural and scientific exchanges with the

West. Led to rapid economic growth. In 1980s and 1990s, China had one of the worlds fastest growing economy. Continued communist control of government. Considered a communist country today. Korea North vs. South After WWII, Korea was divided on

the 38th parallel Soviets occupied North Korea. Korea North vs. South After WWII, Korea was divided on the 38th parallel Soviets occupied North Korea. Led by Kim Il Sung. American troops occupied South Korea.

Korea North vs. South After WWII, Korea was divided on the 38th parallel Soviets occupied North Korea. Led by Kim Il Sung. American troops occupied South Korea. Led by Syngman Rhee.

Korea North vs. South After WWII, Korea was divided on the 38th parallel Soviets occupied North Korea. Led by Kim Il Sung. American troops occupied South Korea. Led by Syngman Rhee. Both Sung and Rhee wanted to reunite Korea, by force if

necessary, but on their terms (Soviets vs. US) Korea War 1950 North Korea invades South Korea UN condemned attack and called on member nations to send in troops most of which came from US. US and South Korea attacked North

Korea and got pretty far into North Korea. China felt threatened as US and South Korea approached North Koreas border with China. So they sent in several hundred thousand soldiers to help North Korea fight off South Korea. Korea 38th Parallel

1953 war ends in a draw (tie) 38th parallel is where the two countries border each other. Vietnam Background France colonized Indochina in the late 1850s, including Vietnam.

Vietnam Background France colonized Indochina in the late 1850s, including Vietnam. There was opposition to French rule, particularly by the Viet Minh. Viet Minh = nationalist party founded in 1941 and controlled by communist ideology. Vietnam

Background France colonized Indochina in the late 1850s, including Vietnam. There was opposition to French rule, particularly by the Viet Minh. Viet Minh = nationalist party founded in 1941 and controlled by communist ideology. During WWII, Viet Minh was funded by both the US and China to fight off Japanese occupation.

When France fell to the Nazis in 1940, they lost control of Vietnam. Vietnam 17th Parallel Vietnam was divided at the 17th parallel. Vietnam was divided into two parts: Viet Minhs Independent Republic of Vietnam, capital

in Hanoi Vietnam 17th Parallel Vietnam was divided at the 17th parallel. Vietnam was divided into two parts: Viet Minhs Independent Republic of Vietnam, capital in Hanoi, led by Ho Chi Minh

and supported by the Soviets. Vietnam 17th Parallel Vietnam was divided at the 17th parallel. Vietnam was divided into two parts: Viet Minhs Independent Republic of Vietnam, capital in Hanoi, led by Ho Chi Minh

and supported by the Soviets. State of Vietnam (French) in South Vietnam, capital in Saigon, and supported by the U.S. Vietnam War Ho Chi Minh sent forces into

South Vietnam in an attempt to destabilize the government there and reunite the Vietnams. Vietnam War Ho Chi Minh sent forces into South Vietnam in an attempt to destabilize the government

there and reunite the Vietnams. The US sent a large number of troops and weapons to Saigon to fight off the Viet Minh. By 1959, the government in Hanoi (North) created the National Liberation Front (NLF), or the Viet Cong, to begin open warfare in the South.

Vietnam War American Involvement In 1960, the US had 800 troops in Vietnam. By 1964, that number grew to 23,000 troops. Vietnam War American Involvement

In 1960, the US had 800 troops in Vietnam. By 1964, that number grew to 23,000 troops. President Johnson used the Gulf of Tonkin Incident (attack of American destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin by the Viet Cong) to get Congress to authorize the use of more troops. Vietnam War

American Involvement In 1960, the US had 800 troops in Vietnam. By 1964, that number grew to 23,000 troops. President Johnson used the Gulf of Tonkin Incident (attack of American destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin by the Viet Cong) to get Congress to authorize the use of more troops. By 1968, more than 500,000 US troops were in Vietnam.

Vietnam War American Involvement In 1960, the US had 800 troops in Vietnam. By 1964, that number grew to 23,000 troops. President Johnson used the Gulf of Tonkin Incident (attack of American destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin by the Viet Cong) to get Congress to authorize the use of more

troops. By 1968, more than 500,000 US troops were in Vietnam. Many Americans began to question the US role in Vietnam. The war was widely covered by television and print journalists. The American public was exposed to the images of death and destruction. Vietnam War

American Involvement In 1960, the US had 800 troops in Vietnam. By 1964, that number grew to 23,000 troops. President Johnson used the Gulf of Tonkin Incident (attack of American destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin by the Viet Cong) to get Congress to authorize the use of more troops. By 1968, more than 500,000 US troops were in Vietnam.

Many Americans began to question the US role in Vietnam. The war was widely covered by television and print journalists. The American public was exposed to the images of death and destruction. By 1973, a cease-fire was negotiated. US troops would withdraw from Vietnam and all POWs would be released. Vietnam War

Fighting between Hanoi (North) and Saigon (South) continued after the Americans left in 1973 until 1975 when Hanoi forces finally captured Saigon. Vietnam War Fighting between Hanoi (North) and Saigon (South) continued after the Americans left in 1973 until 1975

when Hanoi forces finally captured Saigon. 1975, Vietnam was finally unified and a communist country. Vietnam War Fighting between Hanoi (North) and Saigon (South) continued after the Americans left in 1973 until 1975 when Hanoi forces finally captured

Saigon. 1975, Vietnam was finally unified and a communist country. Casualties: 1.3 million Vietnamese dead 58,000 American troops dead Conclusion Competition between the United States and the USSR laid the foundation for the Cold War. The Cold War influenced the policies of the United States and the USSR towards other nations around the world.

Japanese occupation of European colonies in Asia heightened demands for independence after WWII. After WWII, the United States pursued a policy of containment against communism. This policy included the development of regional alliances against Soviet and Chinese aggression. The Cold War led to armed conflict in Korea and Vietnam.

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