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The Northern Expedition Begins: Attempts at Merging the Mass Movement with Regular Warfare

The Northern Expedition Begins: Attempts at Merging the Mass Movement with Regular Warfare

Update: 2020-10-01
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Examining the role of both organized and unorganized mass support for the Northern Expedition in its first phase, the offensive from Guangdong to Wuhan from May to October 1926.

 

Further reading:
Donald Jordan, The Northern Expedition: China's National Revolution of 1926-1928
C. Martin Wilbur and Julie Lien-ying How, Missionaries of Revolution: Soviet Advisers and Nationalist China, 1920-1927

Some names from this episode:
Mikhail Borodin, Comintern agent and head of Soviet mission to aid the Guomindang
Chen Duxiu, General Secretary of the Communist Party
Sun Zhongshan/Sun Yatsen, Founding leader of the Guomindang
Wu Peifu, Northern warlord
Gregory Voitinsky, Comintern representative in China at various points

 

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The Northern Expedition Begins: Attempts at Merging the Mass Movement with Regular Warfare

The Northern Expedition Begins: Attempts at Merging the Mass Movement with Regular Warfare

Matthew Rothwell