Historical Contributions of the Communist Party’s Political Guidance for the Great Rear Area During the Anti-Japanese War in China

Fuzhong HONG

Abstract


During the Anti-Japanese War, Chongqing was the center of the western region where was a great rear area for supporting the Anti-Japanese War in China. The Communist Party of China (CPC) mainly used political guiding methods to implement its political influence to various political forces in the great rear area. The Communist Party of China held high the banner of anti-Japanese and democracy to made important contributions for maintaining the cooperation with the party of Kuomingtang (KMT), change the middle forces’ recognition for the Communist Party of China, reform the political system, defend the Shensi, Kansu and Ningxia border region and so on. These activities had set up its historical position as a political guider in the great rear area, laid a solid foundation for the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, and realized the organic unity of the interests of the nation and the party.


Keywords


Anti-Japanese War; The Communist Party of China (CPC); Historical contributions; Historical position

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5613

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