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Mao"s Long March

an epic of human courage

by I. G. Edmonds

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Published by Macrae Smith Co. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • China -- History -- Long March, 1934-1935 -- Juvenile literature.,
    • China -- History -- Long March, 1934-1935.

    • About the Edition

      Describes the events of the 6,000 mile march undertaken by Mao Tse-tung and his Communist followers as they retreated before the forces of Chiang Kai-shek.

      Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [143]

      Statement[by] I. G. Edmonds.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS777.47 .E35 1973
      The Physical Object
      Pagination152 p.
      Number of Pages152
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5292034M
      ISBN 100825530040
      LC Control Number72012337

      Assigned the task of negotiating a friendly alliance, he entered their territory and went into conference with the chieftains. They took a decision and began to carry it out at once. The bridge should, of course, have been destroyed, but the Szechuanese were sentimental about their few bridges; it was not easy to rebuild them, and they were costly. Bydeserters and defecting Kuomintang army units, supplemented by peasants from the Communist rural soviets, formed the Chinese Workers' and Peasants' Red Army. Starting far upstream, the ferry took two hours to cross and land just opposite the town.

      But it was not a variant used even in the local dialect, and in isolation Maos Long March book easily be read as "Little Mao Girl". Anticipating an attempt to cross the Yangtze River into Szechuan, Chiang-Kai-shek withdrew thousands of troops from Hupeh, Anhui, and Kiangsi and shipped them hurriedly westward, to cut off from the north the Red Army's route of advance. This was due, first, to the impediment of a vast amount of transport, 5, men being engaged in that task alone. Suggested Activities Introduction All movements — political, religious, social — have their foundation myths and stories about their beginnings that reach heroic proportions over time and that are used to inspire and unify followers.

      Running full Maos Long March book over the remaining planks of the bridge, through the flames licking toward them, the assailants nimbly hopped into the enemy's redoubt and turned the abandoned machine gun against the shore. Chang and Halliday argue that this period accounts for roughly half of the 70 million total. Szechuan troops had set up positions in the road, and skirmishes took place. For a whole day these troops raced each other along the stream, but gradually the Red vanguard, the pick of all the Red Army, pulled away from the enemy's tired soldiers, whose rests were longer and more frequent, whose energy seemed more spent, and who were perhaps none too anxious to die for a bridge. Chiang's reinforcements meanwhile moved in from Kweichow in hot pursuit. Four main lines of defense works, supported by strings of concrete machine-gun nests and blockhouses, surrounded the Soviet districts in Southwest China, and the Reds had to shatter those before they could reach the unblockaded areas to the west.


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The main Red forces were moving westward, obviously with the intention of crossing the river at Lengkai, one of the few navigable points of the Upper Yangtze.

Biography of Mao Zedong, Father of Modern China

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