THE LONG MARCH, 1934-35: The Rise of Mao and the Beginning of Modern China
In 1934, Mao and the Red Army set out on an epic quest for survival across China, marching thousands of kilometers, crossing snowy mountain ranges, swollen rivers and treacherous marshes while staving off starvation and the Nationalist attacks. This is the story of the rise of Mao and the beginning of modern China. Well illustrated, some in color.
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Item #: 373319X
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