西安事变纪实

西安事变纪实

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出版时间:2009-9
出版社:人民出版社
作者:申伯纯
页数:391
译者:俞孟嘉
书名:西安事变纪实
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西安事变纪实

前言
  "The Xian Incident" is a turning point in Chinese history. It en- ded ten years of civil war, promoted the shaping up of the anti-Japa- nese national united front, and laid the victorious basis for the defeat of Japanese imperialism and the realization of national liberation.  The participants of the Xian Incident, if alive, are mostly over a hundred years old. Our father( In the following,《father》, is often used instead of《our father》.-translators note)was a participant in person of the Xian Incident. If alive, he would be 110 years of age.  Father graduated from the Economic Faculty of Peking University in 1925. He harbored the aim of serving the country worthily. After graduation he went to Shantou, Guangdong, to participate in the Great Revolution. In 1927, dismayed over the reactionary policy of Chiang Kai - shek, he left Guangdong to join the Northwest Army. He won Yang Huchengs confidence, and was assigned to important posts by Yang. In the spring of 1934, at the perilous epoch of Japanese invasion of China, father.
内容概要
The Xi'an Incident was a turning-point event of momentous significance in China's contemporary history. The author was fortunate enough to participate in the process of the Incident and got to know quite a few inside things.     First, the author wrote of episodes, section by section, from his own reminiscences, one section for one episode. Then, he collected materials and solicited opinions from those who had participated in the Incident, noting down things as he interviewed them. After Comrade Zhou Enlai, at the commemorative forum marking the 20'h anniversary of the Xi'an Incident, called on related comrades of various sides to write articles about the Incident, some more materials were received...
书籍目录
Foreword
of
the
Renewed
EditionForewordThe
Red
Army's
Victories
in
Southern
Shaanxi
and
Northern
Shaanxi
The
Red
25th
Army
That
Was
Active
in
Southern
Shaanxi The.
Founding
of
the
Red
15th
Army
Corps The
Northeast
Army
Violently
Thrust
Yan'an The
Laoshan
Battle The
Yulingiao
Battle The
Party
Central,
Chairman
Mao
and
the
Central
Red
Army
Arriving
in
Northern
Shaanxi
and
the
Zhiluo
Township
BattleWinning
over
Zhang
XueHang
for
the
Cause
of
United
Resistance
to
Japan Zhang
Xueliang,
Depressed,
Sought
for
a
Way
out Gao
Fuyuan
Courageously
Conveyed
Messages The
Visit
to
Luochuan Liu
Ding
Appointed
as
.Representative The
Yan'an
Talks Developing
Low-Level
United
Front
WorkWinning
over
Yang
Hucheng
for
the
Cause
of
United
Resistance
to
Japan Initial
Moves Yang
Hucheng's
Political
Attitude
and
Situation Initial
Steps
in
Putting
forward
the
Issue
of
Uniting
with
Communists
to
Resist
Japan Chairman
Mao
Himself
Dispatched
Wang
Feng
to
Xi'an Wang
Shiying
Secretly
met
with
Yang
Hucheng Several
Principles
Agreed
upon
between
the
Two
Sides
and
the
Setting
up
of
the
Liaison
Stations Wang
Bingnan
Returned
from
Abroad98The
Policy
of
Compelling
Chiang
to
Resist
Japan
and
the
shaping
up
of
the
Situation
of
"Three
Entities
in
One
Body" Compelling
Chiaug
to
Resist
Japan
and
the
May
5th
Circular
Telegram Evolution
of
Relationships
between
Zhang
and
Yang Shaping
up
of
the
"Three
in
One"
Stance
of
United
Resistance
to
Japan
Zhang
and
Yang's
Preparatory
Anti-Japanese
Activities
of
the
Chiang
Faction
in
Xi'an ……The
Influence
and
the
Special
Agents"
Activities
Of
the
Chiang
Faction
in
Xi'anChiang
Kai-shek
Pressed
Zhang
and
Yang
to
Continue"Communists-Annihilation"
The
Capture
of
ChiangZhang
and
Yang's
Military
and
Political
Measures
as
well
as
Their
Publictity
Publicity
Work
among
the
MassesDomestic
and
Foreign
Reverberations
of
the
IncidentNanjing"
s
Rescuing
Operation
and
Xi'an's
DecisionChiang's
Revenge
and
Xi'an's
Counter
MeasuresThe
Two
Sides
Reopened
NegotiationsDifference
between
the
Peace
and
the
War
Options,
and
Internal
ContradictionsIntensification
of
Contradictions
and
Breakdown
in
the
midst
of
Xi'anThe
Xi'an
Incident
and
the
Shaping
up
of
the
Anti-Japanese
Situation

章节摘录
  gram
from
Li
Du
in
Shanghai,
saying
"the
friend
sought
afterhad
been
found.
Zhang
understood
it
to
mean
that
the
Communist
Party
connec-
tions
Li
Du
sought
for
on
his
behalf
had
been
found.
At
the
time,
Zhang
thought
that
the
Comintern
organization
or
the
CPC
Central
still
had
their
organs
in
Shanghai.
Therefore,
although
he
had
got
in
contact
with
Li
Kenong
and
established
connections
with
the
Party
Central,
yet
he
attached
the
same
importance
to
the
connections
introduced
by
Li
Du.
Hence,
he
specially
selected
a
confidant
high
staff
officer
Zhao
Yi(赵毅)
to
go
to
Shanghai
to
meet
the
person.  As
a
matter
of
fact,
the
representative
of
the
Comintern
as
well
as
the
CPC
Central
had
long
since
left
Shanghai
by
then.
Because
the
or-
gans
of
the
CPC
in
Shanghai
were
repeatedly
sabotaged,
the
Party
had
sustained
considerable
losses.
Only
a
small
number
of
Party
members
hid
underground
to
persist
in
struggle.
At
the
time,
Comrade
Liu
Ding(刘鼎)
had
come
out
from
the
Jiangxi
Soviet
District.
He
arrived
at
Shanghai,
and
was
trying,
through
underground
Party
connections,
to
go
to
northern
Shaanxi
to
find
the
Party
Central.
Coincidentally,
the
un-
derground
Party,
at
the
request
of
Li
Du,
was
looking
for
a
suitable
Par-
ty
member
to
contact
Zhang
Xueliang.
Liu
Ding
was
of
elite
intellectual
background,
had
considerable
struggle
experience
and
was
adequate
in
political
theory.
The
underground
Party
considered
him
to
be
a
very
suitable
person
to
fulfill
this
task.
So
it
talked
to
him,
requesting
him
to
go
first
to
Xian
to
contact
Zhang
Xueliang,
and,
subsequently,
seek
op-
portunity
to
go
to
northern
Shaanxi
to
find
the
Party
Central.
At
first,
Liu
Ding
felt
not
quite
assured.
Later,
after
some
responsible
persons
of
the
Party
had
told
him
about
Zhang
Xueliangs
changes
in
thoughts
and
his
desire
for
progress,
he
accepted
the
mission.


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