Russian, Chinese, and Cuban Revolutions

Main

AntiQing Revolution

1911

Russian Communist Party

1912

Yuan Shikai

1912

Sun Yat-sen's first rule in office

1912

World War One

1914 - 1918

Alexander Kerensky

1917

Russian Civil War

1918 - 1921

New Russian Constitution

1918

Brest-Litovsk Treaty

1918

Council of People's Commissars

1919

Congress of Soviets

1919

May 4th Movement in China

1919

New Economic Policy

1921

Communist Party Founded in China

1921

Creation of USSR

1922

Chiang Kai-shek

1925

Death of Sun Yat-sen

1925

Stalinism

1927

Communists and Nationalists in China begin to fight

1927

Collectivism begins in Russia

1928

Long March in China

1934

The United States abandons right to interfere in Cuban affairs

1934

The first 5 year plan

1937

Sino-Japanese War

1937 - 1945

Batista retires from office

1944

Victory of Communists over Nationalists in China

1949

Establishment of the People's Republic of China

1949

Batista president again

1952

Castro attacks

1953

China's 5 year plan

1953

Castro exiled

1955

Castro meets Che Guevara

1955

Castro returns to Cuba

1956

Castro's revolution catches on

1957

First victory for Castro over Batista

1957

Castro becomes dictator

1959

Nationalization of US businesses

1960

The US cuts ties with Cuba

1961

Cuban Missile Crisis

1962

Family Planning in China

1963

Green = Recovery Stage

Blue = First stage

Yellow=Preliminary Stage

Pink = Crisis Stage