The military exploits and deeds of President Chiang Kai-shek. Translated by Chen Kuei-liang. Revised by Hsu Long-hsuen [and others.


2d ed.].. Taipei, Chung Wu Pub. Company [1973] .

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Standard Title Ling xiu jun shi shang de feng gong wei ye. English
Subjects Chiang, Kai-shek, 1887-1975
Chiang, Kai-shek, 1887-1975 -- Military leadership.
China -- Defensas.
Military leadership.
Description xvii, 279 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
©1971
Notes Includes index.
Translation of Ling xiu jun shi shang de feng gong wei ye.
Summary "This book, 'The military exploits and deeds of President Chiang Kai-shek', presents many of President Chiang's secrets in military operations. Actions were taken only after plans had been completed. Indirect routes always preferred to direct ones. Decision were made as soon as opportunities appeared. Once order was issued there would be nothing but carrying it out by every means. The more bitter the battle became the more calm and quiet President Chiang would remain. He had no hesitation to show his personal appearance on the most dangerous spot in battle front. He treated people like his son and revolution cadres like members of his family ... In addition to military affairs all political, economic, cultural and diplomatic matters relating to military problem were dealt with ease and proficiency by the President applying principles of his highly developed military art"--Page xvi.
Contents pt. 1. Promotion of revolution. Recovery of Chekiang and protection of the temporary constitution -- Life or death be with Father of the Republic -- Anti-Communist forerunner of the democratic world -- part 2. Unification of the Republic of China. Eastward expedition and consolidation of the base of revolution -- The Northward Expedition -- Pacification of the Southeast and setting Nanking as the national capital -- Overall purge of Communists and unification of strength -- Cross the Yangtze River to unify the Republic -- part 3. Reconstruction of the nation. Internal pacification must precede resistance to external aggression -- Destruction of Communist base of operation and restoration of the nation -- part 4. Protect the world peace. Unified national resistance against Axis powers' aggression -- Chinese blood bathed war as an accelerator for the Allied victory -- Acception of surrender and reconstruction of world peace -- part 5. Save human being from disaster. Out post operation of global anti-Communist war -- To save the country, the people and the world.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)719461
(OCoLC)ocm00719461
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WorldCat Identities Hu, Puyu.
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