A Comintern Agent in China 1932-1939

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Hurst, 1982 - Political Science - 278 pages
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User Review  - Tomi Westerberg - Goodreads

Kinda refreshing read so far, sheds some light to the Long March theories. Braun tells how it all started. The Long March was really an tactical retreat, not miserable failure of "Military Triad" by Braun, Bo Gu and Zhou Enlai, as Mao claimed in Zunyi. Read full review

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In the Central Soviet Area 1933 1934
29
On the Long March 1934 1935
81
ShenKanNing 1935 1937
148
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