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Current spiritual leader and the recipient of the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize
Briefly supported and then openly resisted Chinese rule in Tibet
Mao repressed all organized Tibetan resistance
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The history of Tibet under Chinese Communist rule is not exactly parallel to other countries or peoples that are or were “victims of Communism.” Tibet is primarily a victim of China and only secondarily of Communism of the Chinese variety. All previous Chinese regimes claimed sovereignty over Tibet; but it was only the Chinese Communists who were finally able to impose actual Chinese control and administration there. Tibet was a victim of Communist ideology and political methods in that the Chinese Communists used Marxist-Leninist ideology to justify their “liberation” of Tibet and they used Communist methods of political control to enforce their conquest and subjugation of Tibet.


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Tibet:
Location:  Asia - Eastern China
Capital:  Lhasa
Communist Rule:  1950 - Current
Status:  Occupied
Victims of Communism:
1.2 million