The long march

The long march
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  • Chiang Kaishek regarded the Jiangxi Soviet as a great threat to his authority. He therefore organised a series of 'extermination campaigns' against the Communists in an attempt to wipe them out.
  • By October 1934 the Communists had lost over half their territory, 60,000 soldiers in the Red Army had been killed, and the area under their control was steadily shrinking as the Guomindang advanced.
  • What did Otto Braun suggest they did?
  • By 1934 the Red Army was completely caged into Jiangxi, surrounded by four lines of blockhouses.
  • They planned a retreat
  • The Long March of the Red Army took it over the Snowy Mountains - among the highest in the world - and through the treacherous Grasslands where hundreds of men drowned in deep marshes.
  • The Long March came to an end when the Red Army reached Yanan in October 1935.
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