The Great Chinese Famine 1958-1962 Most of the famine was caused because Mao forced farmers into industrial careers and many Chinese turned to cannibalism. Millions were tortured to death for stealing food while Mao and his officers dined on $1,000 French meals and Scotch Whisky. Natural Disasters, 1958, Communist Policy, Chairman Mao, China Experiencing, Nature Disasters, Mao Zedong, Monuments Famine, Chinese Famine
WWII 1.1 million were murdered at Auschwitz, 700,000 to 800,000 at Treblinka, 600,000 at Belzec, 360,000 at Majdanek, 320,000 at Chelmno, 250,000 at Sobibor. Merely because they were Jewish. Meawhile, at least 750,000 soldiers and civilians died in 199 days in Stalingrad. That was only one battle of the War.
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Chaing Kai-Shek (L) and Mao Tse-Tung (R) pose for an official photo in the WWII years when both shared the Japanese as a common enemy. After the defeat of Japan, the two men waged a civil war for control of China. Mao's Red Army pushed Chang's KMT out of mainland China to Taiwan.
Title: Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin. Date: 1951 Location: China Information: Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin shown in a propaganda picture depicting both as hero's and saviors. Source: Cult of Mao: Sommer, Deborah. Chinese Religion: An Anthology of Sources. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.