A Study of Vehicles and Methods of Ideological and Political Work of the Communist Party of China in the Great Rear Area During the Anti-Japanese War

Wanqin HU


In China, the ideological and political work should have a rich and accurate content, but the implementation of the content needs to have the aid of necessary and appropriate vehicles and methods. During the period of the Anti-Japanese War, the ideological and political work of the Communist Party in the great rear area had adapted to the special environment, ensured the effectiveness of the ideological and political work, effectively mobilized the people and maintained the Anti-Japanese National United Front with the aid of various vehicles and flexible methods, and had made the tremendous contribution for the victory of the Anti-Japanese War. The successful experience of applying the vehicles and methods has the important significance of inspiration and reference for our current ideological and political work.


The Anti-Japanese War; The Communist Party of China; The great rear area; Ideological and political work; Vehicle; Method

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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