According to conventional accounts, the city's radicalized population catapulted the Guomindang northward in 1926 on a political and military mission to reunify the nation.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Thursday marked the 55th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China on Friday by pledging to reunify the mainland with the island of Taiwan.
Two years were to pass before the eastern forces had regained sufficient strength to move west, force the suicide of Magnentius and Decentius, and reunify the empire once more.
From the very beginning, France was in favour of the enlargement of NATO to reunify Europe.
By the mid-1920s the nationalist movement dominated much of southern China, and Chiang was able to lead an enormous military expedition which aimed to defeat the northern warlords and reunify China.
1989-90 Kohl emerged as a leader of stature when he seized the opportunity offered by the collapse of Communism to reunify Germany.
When the North Korean leader Kim Il Sung approached Stalin and asked for help to reunify the Korean peninsula, Stalin had no reason to suppose that the US would object.
The collapse of the Stalinist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe in 1989 allowed the European Union to reunify the continent under the hegemony of liberal capitalism.
Charlemagne’s attempts to reunify Western Europe
After all, we lost the Vietnam War, but only in the sense that our goal of reunifying a democratic Vietnam, or maintaining an independent South Vietnam, was not met.