The communist government of China patterned their country's development after Russia. The Chinese Communist party began its rule in 1949.
China became independent on 1st of October, 1949. At the end of Chinese civil war, Mao Zedong was in control of most parts of mainland China. He was the leader of the Communist party.
The five current communist countries are:China(1949)Cuba(1961)North Korea(1948)Vietnam(1976)Laos(1975)
In 1946, France recognizes Vietnam as a "free state" within the French Union. In 1949, President Vincent Auriol of France, signed the Elysee Agreement, which pledges the support of France in building a national anti-Communist army in Vietnam.
While China is definitely less communist than during the time of Chairman Mao, it still has some remnants of a communist system remaining. The state sponsored capitalism puts them in a nebulous zone where they are neither democratic nor free.
Mao Zedong was the originator of the successful Communist revolution in China.
The Communist Revolutionary Movement In China is also known as the 1949 Revolution. This what culminated to the formation of the People's Republic of China led by Mao Zedong.
Among many: Russia's Bolshevik Revolution in 1917; China's Communist Revolution in 1949.
The regime under Mao began the devlopment of state capitalism.
You have to be more precise about the time period. Karl Marx was the original leader of the Communist party. That is why it is sometimes called Marxism. Lenin led the Communist Party at the time of the Russian Revolution, Russian Civil War, and into the 1920s. Stalin, Kruschev, and Breshnev all led the Communist Party at various times.
The communist leader of the Chinese in 1949 was Mao Zedong. He was in office in from 1945 to 1976.
China was ruled by the so-called Communist Party after 1949, but it was not a Communist country. Communism means the abolition of the wages system and establishment of a classless society. China became state capitalist after 1949.
Communist Party of Nepal was created in 1949.
Excerpt from the BBC.........."On October 1, 1949 Mao Zedong proclaimed the founding of the People's Republic of China. It was a time of revolution, upheaval and bloodshed. The events of that period, and the first decades of communist rule which followed, forged the identity of modern China."
During the communist Chinese Revolution in 1949, Westerners referred to the Communist Chinese as "RED CHINESE." A title that is in the US Dictionary; published in 1969. Communists during the cold war were often referred to as "Reds." During the Russian Bolshevik (Communist) Revolution of 1917, the communist RED Army defeated the Tzsars non-communist WHITE Army. "Better dead than Red" was a slogan in the United States during the 50's & 60's.
China is known as the country of the people of Han. The Communist Party overtook the Chinese mainland in 1949.