Moscow and the emergence of communist power in China, 1925-30 : the Nanchang Uprising and the birth of the Red Army

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Full title: Moscow and the emergence of communist power in China, 1925-30 : the Nanchang Uprising and the birth of the Red Army / Bruce A. Elleman.
Alternative titles: Nanchang Uprising and the birth of the Red Army
Main author: Elleman, Bruce A., 1959- (Author)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Origin of Soviet factional battles over the China question
  • Chiang Kai-Shek's 1926 political coup and the formation of the united opposition
  • The northern expedition and the united front
  • Rocky shoals ahead: the realignment of forces in the united front
  • Chiang's April 1927 purge and the united front
  • The united opposition's spring 1927 campaign against the centrists
  • The failure of the CCP-left GMD stage of the united front policy
  • The final stage is set: Stalin orders the Nanchang uprising
  • The Nanchang uprising and the CCP's "false" line
  • The Canton Commune and Trotsky's expulsion from the Bolshevik Party
  • Bukharin and the right opposition
  • The 1929 Sino-Soviet War and the creation of the Stalinist state. Conclusion: China and the victory of "socialism in one country."