White Terror (Taiwan)
In Taiwan, the White Terror (Chinese: 白色恐怖; pinyin: báisè kǒngbù) was the suppression of political dissidents following the 228 Incident.The period of martial law lasted from 19 May 1949 to 15...
Beipu Uprising
The Beipu Uprising (Chinese: 北埔事件), or the Beipu Incident, in 1907 was the first instance of an armed local uprising against the Japanese occupation of Taiwan. In response to oppression of the loc...
Japanese munition ship Kashino
The Kashino (樫野) was a munition ship operated by the Imperial Japanese Navy from 1940 until she was sunk by a United States Navy submarine in 1942. She was built to carry Yamato-class battleships'...
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3-19 shooting incident
The 3-19 shooting incident (Chinese: 三一九槍擊事件) was an assassination attempt on President Chen Shui-bian and Vice President Annette Lu while they were campaigning in Tainan, Taiwan on March 19, 2004...
Taiwan independence
Taiwan Independence movement is a political movement whose goals are primarily to formally establish the Republic of Taiwan by renaming the Republic of China (ROC) (commonly known as Taiwan), strength...
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United Nations Security Council Resolution 87
United Nations Security Council Resolution 87, adopted on September 29, 1950, considering that its duty is to investigate any situation likely to lead to international friction, the Council decided th...
United Nations Security Council Resolution 87 - Wikipedia
Kuomintang
The Kuomintang of China (/ˌkwoʊmɪnˈtɑːŋ/ or /-ˈtæŋ/; KMT), or sometimes spelled as Guomindang by its Pinyin transliteration, is a political party in the Republic of China (ROC). It is the current ruli...
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May 17 Statement
The May 17 Statement, also called the May 17 Declaration, was a statement jointly issued by the Office for Taiwan Affairs under the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the Taiwan Aff...
Takasago Volunteers
Takasago Volunteers (高砂義勇隊, Takasago Giyūtai) were volunteer soldiers in the Imperial Japanese Army, recruited from the Taiwanese aboriginal tribes during World War II.
After the annexatio...
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Taiwan Army of Japan
The Taiwan Army of Japan (台湾軍, Taiwan gun) was an army of the Imperial Japanese Army recruited from, and stationed, on the island of Taiwan as a garrison force.
Following the First Sino-Ja...
Taichū Prefecture
Taichū Prefecture (臺中州/台中州, Taichū-shū) was one of the administrative divisions of Taiwan during the Japanese rule. The prefecture consisted of modern-day Taichung City, Changhua County and Na...
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Period of mobilization for the suppression of Communist rebellion
Period of mobilization for the suppression of Communist rebellion (Chinese: 動員戡亂時期; pinyin: Dòngyuán Kānluàn Shíqí) was a political term used by the government of the Republic of China and Kuo...
Temporary Provisions Effective During the Period of Communist Rebellion
The Temporary Provisions Effective During the Period of Communist Rebellion were a series of constitutional amendments to the Constitution of the Republic of China effective from 1948 to 1991 and amen...
Liu Huang A-tao
Liu Huang A-tao (1923 – September 1, 2011) was a Taiwanese activist. She was one of thousands of women from Japanese occupied Taiwan who were forced into sexual slavery as comfort women by the J...
Tainan Prefecture
Tainan Prefecture (臺南州/台南州, Tainan-shū) was one of the administrative divisions of Taiwan during the Japanese rule. The prefecture consisted of modern day Tainan City, Chiayi City, Chiayi Coun...
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Retrocession Day
Taiwan Retrocession Day (Chinese: 臺灣光復節; pinyin: Taiwan guāngfùjié) is an annual observance and unofficial holiday in Taiwan to commemorate the end of 50 years of Japanese rule and its handove...
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Battle of Nanri Island
119°30′00″E / 25.240°N 119.500°E / 25.240; 119.500The Battle of Nanri Island (Chinese: 南日島戰役; pinyin: Nánrì Dǎo Zhànyì) was a conflict between the Republic of China Ar...
Wild Lily student movement
Taiwan's Wild Lily student movement (Chinese: 野百合學運; pinyin: Yě Bǎihé xué yùn) or March student movement was a six-day student demonstration in 1990 for democracy. The sit-in at Memorial Squa...
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Foreign relations of Taiwan
The foreign relations of Taiwan, constitutionally and officially the Republic of China (ROC), are the relations between the Republic of China and other countries. The Republic of China is recognized b...
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Second Taiwan Strait Crisis
The Second Taiwan Strait Crisis, also called the 1958 Taiwan Strait Crisis, was a conflict that took place between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the Republic of China (ROC) governments in w...
Second Taiwan Strait Crisis - Wikipedia
Gotō Shinpei
Count Gotō Shinpei (後藤 新平, 24 July 1857 – 13 April 1929) was a statesman and cabinet minister in the Taisho and early Shōwa period Empire of Japan. He served as the head of civilian affairs...
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Taiwanese Imperial Japan Serviceman
A Taiwanese Imperial Japan Serviceman (Chinese: 台籍日本兵, Japanese: 台湾人日本兵) is any Taiwanese person who served in the Imperial Japanese Army or Navy during World War II whether as a soldier, a sail...
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General Order No. 1
General Order No. 1 for the surrender of Japan, was prepared by the Joint Chiefs of Staff of U.S. military forces and approved by the President of the United States on 17 August 1945.It was the U.S. G...
Political divisions of Taiwan (1895–1945)
Taiwan was under Japanese rule after the First Sino-Japanese War, as per the Treaty of Shimonoseki of 1895. There were still several changes until the Japanese political system was adopted in 1920.
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