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1st National Congress of Kuomintang

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1st National Congress of Kuomintang

Venue for the 1st National Congress of Kuomintang
Building venue exterior

The 1st National Congress of Kuomintang (Chinese: 中國國民黨第一次全國代表大会) was the first national congress of Kuomintang, held on 20–30 January 1924 at Kwangchow, Kwangtung, Republic of China.[1]


During this first congress, Kuomintang's reorganization process to become Kuomintang of China (Chinese: 中國國民黨) in 1919 from the previous Chinese Revolutionary Party was formally completed.[2] A policy declaration was also drafted to fight against imperialism and feudalism, determining three policies of alliance with Soviet Union and alliance with the Communist Party of China.[3] This first congress eventually led to the reunification of China four years later after the Northern Expedition.[4]

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