Thoughts on the Chinese Civil War


zxy_bc

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Don't even get me start on the Zhong Zhen rifle production. That fucking thing's total production output was indeed 500k. But just not in one year, but from 1935 to 1950. LMAO Imagine being among millions of KMT army soldier waiting for equipments and the whole year production of new rifles were 50k in total. Hell, fucking "Enemy at the Gate" should be based on KMT instead of those Soviets. (They had a lot more Mosins than the number of troops they had gathering in Stalingrad historically)
 

yungho

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The "Mao started in Peking and Shanghai" part already don't make any sense whatsoever LMAO. (Mao did not conduct long-term assignment in Peking or Shanghai, his first major assignment was in Hunan Province. (the earliest of his famous research report was the 1927 Hunan Province Peasant Movement Research Report, one could even say it's the template of anyone nowadays who wanted to write academic field research report) His report did not affect any decision-making in the Central Committee and Political Bureau, instead only attaining localized influence in Hunan Province alone. It's only after the violent 1927 split with KMT that COMINTERN and Central Committee began studying his report and formulating a viable "land reform policy".
Yeh that bit didn't make sense. The April 12 Purge being in Shanghai doesn't prove anything about Mao. Mao wasn't in power yet. Good thread though.
 

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