Summary of Edgar Snow's Red Star over China

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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.

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#1 The Chinese Red Army was a mystery that no one had been able to solve. It was a mass of hungry brigands, some people said, while others claimed that they were fighting for agrarian revolution and against imperialism.

#2 The Chinese Communists were unlike any other Communists I had ever seen. They were not like Stalinists or Trotskyites, and they did not read Capital or the works of Lenin. They were not internationalists, but nationalists who were struggling for an independent China.

#3 The Chinese Communist movement was a fascinating story that was difficult to understand. It was a story of China, and it was difficult to get information about it.

#4 I decided to try and enter Red territory in 1936. I had little to cheer me on my way, other than a letter of introduction to Mao Tse-tung, chairman of the Soviet Government. I had to find him.

Publication date
July 07, 2022
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