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The Kuomintang Movement in British Malaya, 1912-1949

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The Kuomintang (KMT) - the first legalised political party and movement in modern Malaysian and Singaporean history - is studied against the background of British colonial rule, the changing political circumstances and fortunes in China and the rising and waning of Malayan Chinese nationalism from 1894. While it highlights the development of the Malayan KMT Movement in ...more
Paperback, 326 pages
Published December 12th 1990 by Singapore University Press (first published November 1990)
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Benjamin Judah
Oct 18, 2012 Benjamin Judah rated it it was ok
This book is about the Malayan branch of the Kuomintang (KMT) or the Nationalist Party which ruled mainland China from 1911 to 1949 and the ruling party of the Republic of China (Chinese Taipei) today. Compared to the Chinese communist movement in colonial Malaya and Singapore, the Chinese nationalist was significantly less studied. Thus, the authors in the book’s preface make a strong case for the need to fill in this gap.
The book covers in great detail: the development of the Malayan KMT mov
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