Glossary

ACFTU All-China Federation of Trade Unions

ACWF All-China Women’s Federation

Anti-Rightist Campaign Mass movement against nonparty members and those who were critical against the CCP politics in 1957

CAMS China Academy of Military Science

CAS China Academy of Science

CASS China Academy of Social Sciences

CCP Chinese Communist Party (or the Communist Party of China)

CCYL Chinese Communist Youth League

CFISS China Foundation for International and Strategic Studies

Chaha’er (Chahar) An old province comprising the northern part of today’s Hebei

CMAG Chinese Military Advisory Group (in Vietnam)

CMC Central Military Commission

CO Commissioned officer

Comintern Communist International Congress, Moscow, Soviet Union

COSTIND Commission on Science, Technology, and Industry for National Defense

CPG Central People’s Government

CPPCC Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

CPVF Chinese People’s Volunteer Forces (in the Korean War)

CRAWP Chinese Red Army of Workers and Peasants

CSSM China Society of Strategy and Management

DMZ Demilitarized Zone

DPRK Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea)

DRV Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam)

ECMR East China Military Region

ECSF East China Sea Fleet

Eight Points for Attention The Red Army’s rules: (1) speak politely; (2) pay fairly for what you buy; (3) return everything you borrow; (4) pay for anything you damage; (5) don’t hit or swear at people; (6) don’t damage crops; (7) don’t take liberties with women; and (8) don’t ill-treat captives

FCCC Foreign Correspondent’s Club of China

February Adverse Current Political efforts of marshals and generals to stop the Maoists’ attempt to involve the PLA in the Cultural Revolution in February 1967

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Note on Transliteration xiii
  • Preface xv
  • Introduction xix
  • A 1
  • B 17
  • C 27
  • D 99
  • E 109
  • F 119
  • G 131
  • H 155
  • I 181
  • J 183
  • K 201
  • L 219
  • M 255
  • N 295
  • O 333
  • P 341
  • Q 355
  • R 369
  • S 383
  • T 439
  • U 465
  • V 473
  • W 475
  • X 495
  • Y 509
  • Z 525
  • Appendix- Chinese Dynasties and Governments 547
  • Chronology 553
  • Glossary 567
  • Selected Bibliography 571
  • Editor and Contributors 583
  • Index 587
  • About the Editor 605
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