6th National Congress of the Kuomintang (Wang Jingwei)

The 6th National Congress of the Kuomintang (Chinese: 中國國民黨第六次全國代表大会) was held by Wang Jingwei and his followers from the Kuomintang in exile after he defected from Chiang Kai-shek to Japan, in Japanese-occupied Shanghai, on 28 August 1939. As he was a collaborator, this congress was not considered legitimate after the war. A "central political conference" was held in Nanjing later on 20 March 1940, establishing his new regime.[1]

ResultsEdit

The Congress eventually led to the formation of the Reorganized National Government of the Republic of China, a puppet state of Japan under Wang Jingwei's leadership.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Chronology of China in the 1940s Archived 2014-10-23 at the Wayback Machine. Osaka University School of Law. Retrieved 29 December 2017.

LiteratureEdit

  • Cai Jin and Xiao Bian (1982). The Chronicle of Wang Jingwei's Former Government (汪精衛偽国民政府紀事). China Social Sciences Press (中国社会科学出版社), Beijing.