The Eighth Route Army’s Administrative Offices in the Second KMT-CPC Cooperation

Jin WANG

Abstract


In early Anti-Japanese War, with the realization of the second KMT-CPC cooperation, after the main force of the Chinese Worker’ and Peasants’ Red Army was adapted into the Eighth Route Army, the Kuomintang highest authorities agreed that, from August 1937 to June 1941, the CPC Central Committee and the Central Military Commission, in the name of the Eighth Route Army, could establish 18 offices in a number of cities and important areas in the Kuomintang areas. The main task of these offices is to represent the Eighth Route Army to contact the Kuomintang military and political authorities, negotiate related matters, consolidate and develop anti-Japanese national united front, promote the resistance against Japan position of the Communist Party of China, promote anti-Japanese movement and raise, receive, transport supplies and escort personnel to pass. They have made a significant contribution to the all round victory of Anti-Japanese War.


Keywords


KMT-CPC cooperation; The eighth army administrative office; Main work; Experience

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References


The Editorial Board of Series of Books on People’s Liberation Army’s Historical Data. (2009). The Eighth route army and new fourth army offices throughout the country (1) (pp. 451-453).

Zhou, Y. (2009). Research on Hongyan spirit. Chinese Communist Party History Publishing House.




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

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