6 edition of Moscow and Chinese Communists. found in the catalog.
Moscow and Chinese Communists.
Robert Carver North
Bibliography: p. 287-295.
|Series||Hoover Institute studies. Special studies, Hoover Institute studies|
|LC Classifications||DS740.5.R8 N6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 306 p.|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||53010945|
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The digit and digit formats both work. Format: Hardcover. OCLC Number: Description: pages 24 cm: Contents: Program and revolt --China under western impact --China and the first Soviet overtures --The founding of the Chinese Communist party --The Communist party and the Kuomintang --The struggle for Chinese power --Stalin and the Kuomintang left --The Communists "play" at insurrection --Li Li-San: victim of.
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Uploaded by stationcebu on Aug SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: North, Robert Carver. Moscow and Chinese Communists. Stanford, Stanford University Press  (OCoLC) This book examines the emergence of Communist power in China during the interwar period, focusing especially on the role of the Soviet Union and the Nanchang Uprising.
It describes the history behind the alliance between the Chinese Communists and Nationalists, the impact of the USSR's military. Moscow and Chinese Communists by North, Robert Carver.
Publication date Topics Communism -- China, China -- Foreign relations -- Russia, Russia -- Foreign relations -- China Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library : In Moscow and Chinese Communists, Robert North explores the external actors and events which came to dramatically shape the origins and character of China’s Communist Party and revolution by detailing the intricate linkages between the Soviet Union and China’s communists.
The book progresses through a tracing of the history of Soviet. Read "Moscow and the Emergence of Communist Power in China, The Nanchang Uprising and the Birth of the Red Army" by Bruce Elleman available from Rakuten Kobo. This book examines the emergence of Communist power in China during the interwar period, focusing especially on the role Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Otto Braun (28 September – 15 August ) was a German Communist with a long and varied career. His most significant role was as a Comintern agent sent to China into advise the Communist Party of China (CPC) on military strategy during the Chinese Civil the time Braun adopted a Chinese name, Li De (Chinese: 李德; pinyin: Lǐ Dé); it was only many years.
The Soviet public was disappointed, and Trotsky, who had criticized Stalin’s China strategy, was proven correct. Many Chinese Communists were disillusioned with Moscow, but the disillusionment went both ways.
In Moscow, one of those Chinese students who had been feted just days before had a tomato thrown at him. How Chinese communists fell in love with Russians and revolution in s Moscow Elizabeth McGuire’s book, Red at Heart.
young Chinese travelling west to Moscow found true emancipation. Books shelved as communism: Animal Farm by George Orwell, The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzh.
such a book. By comparison with its value as a contribution to scholar-ship, considerations of this kind become minor.
LEO GRULIOW CURRENT DIGEST OP THE SOVIET PRESS Moscow and Chinese Communists. By ROBERT C. NORTH. Stanford, Stanford University Press, ix, pp. $ Mr. North has been engaged for a number of years in the preparation.
The book stresses the importance of the mythology that evolved around the Nanchang Uprising: since criticism of the Nanchang Uprising would open themselves up to accusations that they were Trotskyites, the Chinese Communists created the myth that the Nanchang Uprising was a success, and later dated the origins of the People’s Liberation Army Author: Bruce Elleman.
Moscow and the Emergence of Communist Power in China - This book examines the emergence of Communist power in China during the interwar period focusing especially on the r (EAN) bei Some passages in the book provide fascinating information about the quotidian lives of Chinese students in the Soviet Union in different decades and chilling vignettes of horrors of the Cultural Revolution, but too much of it reads like People magazine, gossip column trivia, revolutionary soap opera.
In writing about Mao’s third wife. In her book, the concept of a Sino-Soviet romance works at the level of metaphor, pointing to a cycle of infatuation and disillusionment that made for intense, interlocked, volatile relationships between the two communist cultures, but it also takes into account the actual love affairs that made Chinese communists so personally invested in the Brand: Oxford University Press.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) is the founding and ruling political party of the People's Republic of China (PRC). The CPC is the sole governing party within mainland China, permitting only eight other, subordinated parties to co-exist, those making up the United was founded inchiefly by Chen Duxiu and Li party grew quickly, and by it had General Secretary: Xi Jinping.
Elizabeth McGuire’s Red at Heart: How Chinese Communists Fell in Love with the Russian Revolution takes up how “love” of the Russian Revolution among several generations of Chinese Russophiles and political and cultural radicals was manifested through the twentieth century.
McGuire’s breezy style is not incidental to the story she tells. Thus, while the topic is Author: Rebecca E. Karl. Drawing on a wealth of new sources, this work documents the evolving relationship between Moscow and Peking in the twentieth century.
Using newly available Russian and Chinese archival documents, memoirs written in the s and s, and interviews with high-ranking Soviet and Chinese eyewitnesses, the book provides the basis for a new interpretation of this relationship.
Despite a rich scholarship both on Chinese communists in Moscow and on a few prominent women in the Chinese revolution, there are no studies of the many Chinese communist women who went to Moscow to study during the : Karin-Irene Eiermann.Chinese physician and political leader who aimed to transform China with patriotic, democratic, and economically progressive reforms.
Guomindang (KMT) the political party founded in by Sun Yat-sen; it governed China under Chiang Kai-shek from until when the Communists took power and subsequently was the official ruling party of.