Foreign Missionary on the Long March, A


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In 1930, there were an estimated 25 missionaries in China being held by Communist grouips. The foreigners suffered great deprivations in captivity; some were tortured and a small number were killed. This is a previously unpublished eyewitness account of the China Communist Party’s epoch Long March. Hayman’s grim account of the Red Army in retreat gives a new angle on the historic Long March, as well as a glimpse of the CCP in the time before Mao came to prominence.

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