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Soviet Union supported Communist China and nearly all the other powers supported Nationalist China.

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Q: Who did the superpowers support in the china civil war?
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How did the superpowers support the Chinese civil war?

When the Chinese Civil War began there were no super powers. However, Japan took advantage of the situation by invading China. At the end of World War 2 both the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics were too self involved.

Did the USSR support the civil war in china?

Mao received support from Stalin.

In the civil war in china who did the US support and why?

chiang kai-shek

Which side did the united states support with the civil war in china?

The Nationalists

During the civil war in china what side did the us support?

The U.S. was allied to the Nationalist part of china.

Who did the peasants support in the civil war in China?

Some supported the Nationalist but most supported the communist

Why did the US support the Nationalist in the civil war in China after World War 2?

After WW2 the United Nations began a policy of containment to prevent the spread of Communism. The Chinese civil war involved government nationalists and communist guerrilas. The US supported the nationalists to try to stop the communist takeover.

Why did the nationalist lose the civil war in china?

The Nationalists lose the Civil War in china because," the Communists troops were well-trained in guerrilla war.

Who came out of world war 2 as the superpowers?

US, Britain, USSR, Red China.

What was the external communist threat in the Korean war?

The communist superpowers; USSR & Red China (Nationalist China was a US Ally).

What happened to china after the Chinese civil war ended?

After the civil war, China was divided into two countries.

How did Mao Zedong win support from china's rural poor during the civil war?

By redistributing wealth from the rich to the poor