Analysis on the Contribution of SPEC in the Counter-Japanese War and Liberation War

Xinglin PENG

Abstract


This paper analyzes the contribution of SPEC (Sichuan Provincial Education College) in the Counter-Japanese War and the Liberation War. During Counter-Japanese War, SPEC launched a series of activities which centered on the theme of war, and wartime features were also strongly embodied in its teaching management. SPEC took advantage of the summer vacation to organize students to propagate the spirit of war of resistance in rural areas and carried out teaching activities which centered on the theme of war. During Liberation War, SPEC held the January 25th Demonstration, thus pushing forward Chongqing’s democratic movement. It protested against the US military atrocities, revealed the US and Chiang Kai-Shek’s plot, fought against hunger, civil war and persecution, fought for food and clothing as well as survival in the campaign known as the April 21th Movement, and launched campaigns to protect its campus and welcomed the advent of liberation. In conclusion, SPEC has made due contribution to accelerating the downfall of the Kuomintang government and laying solid foundation for a new
China.


Keywords


SPEC; Counter-Japanese War; Liberation war; Contribution

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References


He, J. P. (1994). Sidelights of April 21st demonstration in Chongqing. Chongqing cultural and historical data episode 41 (p.225). Chongqing, China: Southwest China Normal University Press.

Huang, Z. F. (1993). The scholar Zhang Shengzang. Chongqing cultural and historical episode 39 (p.227). Chongqing, China: Southwest China Normal University Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8645

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