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Eleven years before the founding of the People's Republic of China and ten months into. Soooooooo repetitive God Mao was a master strategist when it came to war and he was damn near instrumental in developing Guerrilla Warfare but I ll be damned if he doesn t repeat himself at least 3 times on all of his points There s no doubt that what he was saying is true because obviously it led to the defeat of imperialist Japan and the rise of Communism in China but yeah you get the point A major pro here is that Mao writes in a very accessible form as you go down the line of historically known Communists the writing style becomes easier to understand Mao wrote this almost 100 years after the Manifesto was written and even translated it is easy to grasp A great manual for revolutionary Protracted war But Mao also made this a veryprotracted read Memoirs of Madame de La Tour du Pin founding of the People's Republic of China and ten months into. Soooooooo repetitive God Mao was a master strategist when it came to war and he was damn near instrumental in developing Guerrilla Warfare but I ll be damned if he doesn t repeat himself at least 3 times on all of his points There s no doubt that what he was saying is true because obviously it led to the defeat of imperialist Japan and the rise of Communism in China but yeah you get the point A major pro here is that Mao writes in a very accessible Something in the Wine The Moonstone Series form as you go down the line of historically known Communists the writing style becomes easier to understand Mao wrote this almost 100 years after the Manifesto was written and even translated it is easy to grasp A great manual Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark for revolutionary Protracted war But Mao also made this a veryprotracted read

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论持久战

The Japanese invasion of China Mao's discussion of protracted war provides fascinating. Read On Protracted War by Mao Tse Tung his theories strategies for how a non state actor could strengthen themselves and be victorious against a powerful adversary in a protracted war ie the Sino Japanese War Mao led the Chinese communists to victory in a protracted civil war against the Nationalist government of China and then ruled China Great read জামশেদ মুস্তফির হাড় fascinating. Read On Protracted War by Mao Tse Tung his theories strategies Memoirs of Madame de La Tour du Pin for how a non state actor could strengthen themselves and be victorious against a powerful adversary in a protracted war ie the Sino Japanese War Mao led the Chinese communists to victory in a protracted civil war against the Nationalist government of China and then ruled China Great read

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Historical insights through an original source document discussing the War of Resistanc. Good stuff Kinda like a big ol conglomeration of Clausewitz and TE Lawrence Good handbook if you re going to be doing any guerrilla fighting anytime soon The Abduction The Sa Tskir Brothers Chronicles fighting anytime soon


5 thoughts on “论持久战

  1. says:

    Soooooooo repetitive God Mao was a master strategist when it came to war and he was damn near instrumental in developing Guerrilla Warfare but I'll be damned if he doesn't repeat himself at least 3 times on all of his points There's no doubt that what he was saying is true because obviously it led to the defeat of imperialist Japan and the

  2. says:

    Read On Protracted War by Mao Tse Tung his theories strategies for how a non state actor could strengthen themselves and be victorious against a powerful adversary in a protracted war ie the Sino Japanese War Mao led the Chinese comm

  3. says:

    Good stuff Kinda like a big ol' conglomeration of Clausewitz and TE Lawrence Good handbook if you're going to be doing any guerrilla fighting anytime soon

  4. says:

    Have to give this thing 5 stars even if the author is Bacon MaoA few perspectives that's interesting to think about I don't really have time to elaborate1 The guise of justiceprogress Was USSR really a force of progression? Was the motivation for USSR to stand against Japan purely justice? How did Mao cover this up in his speech which he issued apparently to lesser minds who were bounded by absolute ideas?2 The criterion of justice cf the f

  5. says:

    understand the task of revolutionaries in agrarian sections of societies