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  • 4.

    Mao Tse-tung, p. 80.

  • 5.

    Ibid., p. 90.

  • 6.

    Ibid., p. 98.

  • 7.

    Ibid.

  • 8.

    Ibid., p. 124.

  • 9.

    Ibid., p. 98.

  • 10.

    The paragraph on "Organization" in the "Report on Inspection of the Hu-

nan Farmers' Movements".

11.

Hsing-Huo-Liao-Yuan, compiled by Junryo Niijima, translated by Ryoichi Hasegawa, p. 90.

12.

"Why Can the Chinese Red Regime Exist?"

13.

Chinese Farmers, first issue (January 1926).

14.

Chinese Farmers, second issue (February 1926).

15.

Farmers Movements, eighth issue (September 1926).

16.

"Why Can the Chinese Red Regime Exist?", 2nd chapter.

17.

Of Mao's subordinates, 200 returned home immediately before the "San- wan reorganization" and the number decreased to about 800 persons (with 80 rifles). At Chingkangshan, there was Wang Tso's army of approx. 600 men (with 120 rifles). Mao managed to take over Wang Tso's unit as his subordinates. Accordingly Mao's Red Army at the initial stage was made up of about 1,400 persons with about 200 guns.

18.

"Report to the Central Headquarters of the Chingkangshan Anti-Enemy Committee" dated November 25, 1928.

19.

"On Correction of Wrong Views in the Party" December 1928.

20.

Mentioned in the "Three Great Disciplines and Eight-Item Caution" con- tained in the "Hsing-Huo-Liao-Yuan".

21.

1. Actions shall be taken according to command.

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