Documents on Communism, Nationalism, and Soviet Advisers in China, 1918-1927: Papers Seized in the 1927 Peking Raid

By C. Martin Wilbur; Julie Lien-Ying How | Go to book overview

Documents on
Communism, Nationalism, and
Soviet Advisers in China
1918-1927
PAPERS SEIZED IN THE 1927 PEKING RAID

Edited, with Introductory Essays, by
C. Martin Wilbur and Julie Lien-yin How

Columbia University Press New York 1956

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations *
  • Introduction 3
  • The Problem of Authenticity 8
  • Part I 38
  • Introduction to "A Brief History of the Chinese Communist Party" 38
  • Document 1 - A Brief History of the Chinese Communist Party 41
  • Part II - The Organizational Policies of the Chinese Communist Party, 1920 to July, 1926 79
  • Document 2 100
  • Document 3 104
  • Document 4 110
  • Document 5 117
  • Document 6 120
  • Document 7 122
  • Document 8 125
  • Document 9 130
  • Document 10 135
  • Part III - Consolidation of the Revolutionary Base in Kwangtung, 1921-1925 138
  • Document 11 171
  • Document 12 174
  • Document 13 176
  • Document 14 181
  • Document 15 183
  • Document 16 186
  • Document 17 200
  • Document 18 203
  • Document 19 205
  • Part IV - Friction and Reconciliation in the Revolutionary Camp July, 1925, to July, 1926 206
  • Document 20 234
  • Document 21 238
  • Document 22 245
  • Document 23 248
  • Document 24 254
  • Document 25 266
  • Document 26 271
  • Document 27 278
  • Part V - The Chinese Communist Party's Policies in the Mass Movement, July, 1926 282
  • Document 28 288
  • Document 29 296
  • Document 30 303
  • Document 31 306
  • Document 32 308
  • Document 33 311
  • Document 34 313
  • Document 35 316
  • Part VI - Kuomintang and Soviet Relations with Ifeng YÜ-Hsiang, October, 1924, to September, 1926 318
  • Document 36 336
  • Document 37 341
  • Document 38 344
  • Document 39 355
  • Document 40 360
  • Document 41 363
  • Document 42 365
  • Part VII - Kuomintang-Communist Relations during the Northern Expedition, July, 1926, to April 6, 1927 367
  • Document 43 410
  • Document 44 413
  • Document 45 422
  • Document 46 425
  • Document 47 427
  • Document 48 431
  • Document 49 435
  • Document 50 437
  • Conclusions 457
  • Notes 471
  • Glossary A - Special Terms and Names of Organizations and Party Organs 537
  • Glossary B - Names of Chinese Persons Mentioned in the Documents and Essays 548
  • Glossary C - Names of Relatively Obscure Russians Mentioned in the Documents and Essays 562
  • Bibliography 565
  • Index 595
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