Origin of Kuomintang
Example sentences from the Web for kuomintang
As to the old Chinese social and political experience, the Kuomintang stressed study of China's past.
In the meantime, the Communists maintained their separate party organization within the Kuomintang.
Kuomintang is the combination of three Chinese words meaning "country" or "realm," "people," and "party."
The Japanese invasions culminating in open war made impossible the immediate abrogation of Kuomintang party dictatorship.
The Kuomintang had relegated themselves to the occupancy of the least important branch of the government.
British Dictionary definitions for kuomintang
Word Origin for Kuomintang
Cultural definitions for kuomintang
A Chinese nationalist (see nationalism) political party founded by Sun Yat-sen, which gained control of China in the early twentieth century. Later, under the leadership of Chiang Kai-shek, it was defeated by the Chinese communists and became the ruling party of Taiwan, the island to which Chiang and his supporters had fled.