Parmentier WOSSE 18-003 INSURGENCY The Revolutionary war was a catalyst to bring a nation together and introduce insurgency and guerilla tactics to help beat a more formidable opponent. Insurgency tactics used by the militia brought the British Army to a point of shame, by disrupting and wearing down the fighting spirit of the British. We will look at the first insurgency and how militiamen, made of farmers and tradesmen, used insurgency, and guerilla tactics, to wear down the British army and help the Colonial army, win the war. Phase one- Survival: The building phase was completed at this point from wars fought in previous years. Many had fought in the French and Indian War where they learned how to fight and use guerrilla tactics.
(Journeyman Pictures, Jacques Fresco 2013). Kim had a big personality cult, he was perceived as the country’s novelist, philosopher, historian, educator, designer, literary critic, architect, industrial management specialist, general table tennis trainer and agricultural specialist. During his regime “Kim Il-Sung represented on the one hand the embodiment of Korean naivety and on the other as a brilliant revolutionary warrior.” (Myers, 2010 p.70) As a young man his thinking came from the Marxist-Leninist ideologies between 1919 and1943, but in the end instead of nurturing his county as he claimed to, he ended up oppressing his people. Towards the end of his life Kim tried everything in his power
After, Mao worked in the University Library, encountering revolutionary idea and Marxism, and in 1921, he became the branch of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Overcoming numerous difficulties and struggles, by October 1, 1949, Mao became the chairman of the Communist Party and founded the new communist People’s Republic of China, governing the country until today. China’s glorious leader during his lifetime proved to be an exceptional hero of China to certain circumstances, leaving influential history behind for the future generation. Mao Zedong displayed incredible and positive leadership traits during the Long March Campaign. During Mao’s time in the CCP, the party encountered continuous conflicts with the Kuomintang nationalist party (KMT) led by Chiang Kai Shek as both sides considered
Some of us wonder what ways did Sun Tzu use the game of Go when applying strategy. The response return us backward around 500 centuries B.C. At that time, Sun Tzu, the fighter, theorist and the inventor of The Art of War made use of his strategic thought and positively headed the nation of Wu's statistically inferior military to defeat the bigger and dominant soldiers of the Empire of Chu to the West. He was able to turn the probabilities in his favor and eventually King Helu of Wu governed the huge area in the east of China. The only thing that splits existing period's world from his legacy is a slit of two eras; else his strategic thought exceeds interval and seems to be extra appropriate currently.
He called himself a president because he was elected, but he was really a communist leader that gradually gained more power. One of the voters said, "They told us to put the red ballot into envelopes and to throw the green ones into the wastebasket,” (Simkin); the voting was unfair which caused him to win. Ngo Dinh Diem was assassinated because he killed and imprisoned Buddhist that was not the same religion as him (Leonard).
Along with Marx’s distributional theory and Lipset’s leadership influence, authoritarianism found a solid rock in China. The People’s Republic of China shall remain extremely authoritarian until its collapse due to the success of the Communist Party, the vast inequalities, their success has made, and the lasting effects of Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping in modern China. The People’s Republic of China is official controlled by its unicameral legislature, the National People’s Congress. According to the Chinese constitution, the National People’s Congress is the ultimate source of state power. The NPC has the authority to change the constitution, enact
To create it he was based on leninism and marxism, stalinism is considered by historians mainly because it was a very extreme totalitarianism. He used propaganda, secret police and terror to induce his thoughts. Stalin created thirteen plans to boost the Soviet Union economy and his control. The most important ones were the first plan in which he induced the collectivization of the farms (successful), the second plan had the main objective to boost Russia’s steel production in order to surpass Germany’s production. The third plan had the objective of preparing Russian for the second world war against Germany and relied on boosting military supply production, the fourth and fifth plan focused on rebuilding Russia after the WWII.
In China, being an emperor means having total domination and authority to control the whole realm, however he likes and whenever he wants, the emperor of a dynasty almost could do everything. That’s why ancient China had so many dynasties lasted for several hundred years. Because Chinese dynasts can’t stand to live without power and authority, they thought that they were beyond everything else in the world, which led they were ultimately replaced by violence and betrayals. Mighty Qing Dynasty was conquered by its own blind confidence in itself, for not realized that its power had been stolen by foreign countries. On the contrast, when the feudal society was challenged by normal people in British, King of Britain made compromises with those who intended to take his authority.
In the book, Towards a Revolutionary Theatre, Dutt observes that, ‘We have seen plays which begin with a fierce attack on the ruling class and end in a whimper of complaint for better treatment, as if the ruling class is basically kind and will listen to this plea’ (Dutt 74). He categorized these plays as the semi-bourgeois or the anti-establishment plays. According to Dutt, ‘the revolutionary theatre must, by definition, preach revolution’ (Dutt 74) to execute ‘a radical overthrow of the political power of the bourgeois-feudal forces, a thorough destruction of their state machine’ (Dutt 74). He considered it crucial to depict the ruling class as a ruthless enemy and to focus on the urgent need for revolution in order to transform the contemporary social system. In this context, one may refer to Rustom Bharucha’s observations in Rehearsals of Revolution: The Political Theatre of
At the time of his birth, his father Kishan Singh was in jail. His uncle, Sardar Ajit Singh, was a great freedom fighter and inculcated the Indian Patriots ' Association. He was well-supported by his friend Syed Haidar Raza, in formulating the peasants against the Chenab Canal Colony Bill. Ajit Singh had 22 cases against him and was coerced to flee to Iran. Bhagat Singh was considered to be one of the most influential revolutionaries of Indian Nationalist Movement.