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Wang Jingwei and Factional Politics within the Chinese Nationalist Party

Author:   Jin Yilin    Update Time:2015年06月02日

At the time when two self-proclaimed central governments based on Nanjing and Guangdong respectively confronted each other in the early 1930s, factional conflicts were complicated and treacherous. At first, the Nanjing National Government jointly led by Chiang Kai-shek and Hu Hanmin defeated the Enlarged Meeting Faction headed by Wang Jingwei. Shortly after, however, Hu was detained by Chiang, which sparked united opposition to Chiang in the form of the Extraordinary Conference sponsored by Wang and other factions in the party. Later, Chiang and Wang came to an agreement to exclude Hu from power. This whole process vividly reveals the factional conflicts and power shifts within the Nationalist Party, as well as Wang’s political character. From the several dramatic changes of relations between Wang and Chiang or Hu, it is not difficult to discover that the factional conflicts within the party were not really due to differences in the political stances of party leaders. The political confrontation among Chiang, Wang, Hu and other factions focused more on the struggle for power within the party.



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