The role of the Chinese Army / John Gittings.

; Royal Institute of International Affairs
London ; New York : issued under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs by Oxford U.P., 1967.

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Other Authors Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Subjects China. Lu jun.
Chine. Armée populaire de libération.
Chine. Armée.
Chine. Milice.
Chine. Parti communiste.
Politieke geschiedenis.
Description xx, 331 pages : tables, diagrams ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 315-320) and index.
Contents Strategy of the Civil War, 1946-9 -- From liberation to the Korean War, 1949-50 -- Popular mobilization in the Revolution -- Popular mobilization for the Korean War -- The political control system -- Modernization and sino-soviet relations, 1950-5 -- Modernization facts and figures -- The reaction against professionalism, 1956-8 -- The PLA and society -- The people's militia -- Return to the revolutionary model, 1959-65 -- Restoration of political control -- The military leadership, 1949-54 -- The military leadership, 1954-65 -- Appendix: Tables. 1. Communist strength during anti-Japanese War, 1937-45 ; 2. PLA strength during Civil War ; 3. PLA statistics, 1950-8 ; 4. Political control structure of the PLA ; 5. PLA and regional government, 1950-4 ; 6. Military organization since 1954 ; 7. Military expenditure, 1950-60 ; 8. Military leadership, 1954-66.
Other Identifiers B6706162
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)234382
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Gittings, John.
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