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Author:Harrison Evans Salisbury [Salisbury, Harrison Evans]

Language: eng

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Tags: China — History — Long March, 1934-1935

ISBN: 0330294512

Publisher: Harpercollins

Published: 1985-06-11T19:00:00+00:00

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By day, the mountainside belonged to the Nationalists. By night itwas guerrilla land. Chen Yi and his men emerged from hiding, wentdown to villages, bought supplies, spied out the land, occasionally am-bushed a few unwary Nationalists. They even held meetings in villages.They never went in groups of more than three to five. It was in thesedays that Chen Yi wrote the poem “Broken Country and Death in aFamily.”

Commissar Xiang Ying told Edgar Snow in August 1938 that for twoyears he wore the same cotton uniform. He never took it off at night.He never took off his shoes. He was ready to flee at the slightest notice.4Like animals, the guerrillas could smell the presence of another humanbeing. They could hear the rustle of feet on leaves, the tiny sound ofa crunched twig. They knew by a glance at the grass whether anyonehad passed by.

Food was the problem. There was little or none in the mountains.It had to be bought in the peasant villages. Here the guerrillas weresaved by the landlords. For the landlords it was self-interest. They gavethe guerrillas money and sometimes rice in return for protection. Un-less money and food were given, the guerrillas warned, they woulddestroy the landlord houses and crops. Families too. At night the guer-rillas came down to the villages and picked up food. Or the peasantssupplied it directly. When KMT patrols were scouring the mountain-side, the peasants brought rice bags up the slope and left them for theguerrillas. Landlords seldom told the KMT about the guerrillas. Theyknew they would face death or flight if the guerrillas found they hadbeen talking.

 

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Author:Harrison Evans Salisbury [Salisbury, Harrison Evans] , Date: June 28, 2019

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Author:Harrison Evans Salisbury [Salisbury, Harrison Evans]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: China — History — Long March, 1934-1935

ISBN: 0330294512

Publisher: Harpercollins

Published: 1985-06-11T19:00:00+00:00
By day, the mountainside belonged to the Nationalists. By night itwas guerrilla land. Chen Yi and his men emerged from hiding, wentdown to villages, bought supplies, spied out the land, occasionally am-bushed a few unwary Nationalists. They even held meetings in villages.They never went in groups of more than three to five. It was in thesedays that Chen Yi wrote the poem “Broken Country and Death in aFamily.”

Commissar Xiang Ying told Edgar Snow in August 1938 that for twoyears he wore the same cotton uniform. He never took it off at night.He never took off his shoes. He was ready to flee at the slightest notice.4Like animals, the guerrillas could smell the presence of another humanbeing. They could hear the rustle of feet on leaves, the tiny sound ofa crunched twig. They knew by a glance at the grass whether anyonehad passed by.

Food was the problem. There was little or none in the mountains.It had to be bought in the peasant villages. Here the guerrillas weresaved by the landlords. For the landlords it was self-interest. They gavethe guerrillas money and sometimes rice in return for protection. Un-less money and food were given, the guerrillas warned, they woulddestroy the landlord houses and crops. Families too. At night the guer-rillas came down to the villages and picked up food. Or the peasantssupplied it directly. When KMT patrols were scouring the mountain-side, the peasants brought rice bags up the slope and left them for theguerrillas. Landlords seldom told the KMT about the guerrillas. Theyknew they would face death or flight if the guerrillas found they hadbeen talking.

The landlords even bought ammunition and guns for the guerrillas.Not many. But every gun helped. The guerrillas seldom had a chanceto capture weapons. The landlords, of course, bought the guns from theKMT.

Women guerrillas gathered intelligence. They could move moreeasily in the villages. They dressed as peasants. Liaison depots, whereinformation could be left, were set up every six or seven miles.

It was dangerous work. Commander Li Letian’s wife was caught bya KMT patrol in one of the villages. She took refuge in a peasant hut,but the troops found her and shot her.5 The enemy was not just theKMT. There were, alas, traitors within the Communist ranks.

The case of the Widow Huang is one in point.

Huang Changjiao had been a woman Party worker in Ruijin inOctober 1934, when, as she put it, “the Central Red Army left the

Central Soviet Area to march north to fight the Japanese.” She had beenasked to go on the March and work with a rear-echelon hospital unitalong with He Zizhen, Mao Zedong’s wife and her friend.

The group started off, moving southward, and crossed the YuduRiver at Huichang, en route to Anyuan and the border of Guangdong.Then there was a halt and a reorganization. The Widow Huang waspregnant and it was decided that she and five other women would notgo on the March. They protested, but were ordered to stay in the sovietarea for what was euphemistically called “underground struggle.” Whowas responsible for this change and what was its motivation are notclear.

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