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Index

  1. Affiliated Association of Kiangsu, Chekiang, and Anhui, 1
  2. Ai-min ko and Tseng Kuo-fan, 1
  3. All-Chekiang Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  4. Anfu Clique, 1
  5. Anhui, invasion of, 1
  6. Ankuochün, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6;
    1. Commander-in-Chief Chang Tso-lin, 1;
    2. cut off by CA in Shantung, 1;
    3. link with Japanese, 1;
    4. pushed out of Shansi by Third CA, 1;
    5. White Russian units, 1
  7. Anti-British boycott, pickets, 1
  8. Anti-Chiang movement, 1, 2
  9. Antiforeignism, 1
  10. Armies of NRA: creation of Twentieth, Twenty-first, Twenty-second, Twenty-third, and Twenty-fourth armies, 1;
    1. Eighteenth Army, 1;
    2. Eighth Army, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    3. Eleventh Army offen­sive against Sun Ch’uan-fang, 1;
    4. Fif­teenth Army, 1;
    5. Fifth Army, 1, 2;
    6. First Army, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8;
    7. First Army purges all Communists, 1;
    8. First Army political department, 1;
    9. Fourteenth Army, 1;
    10. Fourth Army, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8;
    11. Fortieth Army, 1;
    12. Nineteenth Army, 1;
    13. Ninth Army, 1, 2, 3;
    14. Second Army, 1, 2, 3;
    15. Seventeenth Army, 1;
    16. Seventh Army, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8;
    17. Sixth Army, 1, 2, 3, 4;
    18. Tenth Army, 1, 2, 3, 4;
    19. Tenth Army defeated by Ankuochün, 1;
    20. Third Army, 1, 2, 3, 4;
    21. Thirteenth Army, 1;
    22. Thirty-fifth Army, 1;
    23. Thirty-seventh Army, 1;
    24. Thirty-sixth Army, 1;
    25. Thirty-third Army, 1;
    26. reor­ganization of Thirty-third Army, 1;
    27. Twelfth Army, 1;
    28. Twenty-seventh Army, 1;
    29. Twenty-sixth Army, 1, 2
  1. Bergamini, 1
  2. Big Sword Corps, 1
  3. Blood Flower Drama Association, 1
  4. Bluecher. See Galen
  5. Blyukher. See Galen
  6. Borodin, Michael, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12;
    1. Comintern head in Canton, 1;
    2. in Nanchang, 1;
    3. insti­gates joint council of party and govern­ment, 1;
    4. rendezvous with Feng Yü-hsiang, 1;
    5. takes stand on union move­ment, 1
  7. Boycott of British goods, 1
  8. Brotherhood of Oppressed Nations, 1336
  1. Canton: effect of strike on Shih-ching Arse­nal, 1;
    1. seat of KMT Government, 1;
    2. revolutionary base, 1
  2. Canton Arsenal, 1
  3. Canton Central Bank, 1, 2
  4. Carriers: coolies to Hsiang basin for NRA, 1;
    1. recruited by NRA, 1;
    2. recruited by warlords, 1
  5. CCP: affirms Northern Expedition, 1;
    1. Canton Uprising, 1;
    2. Communist youth in, 1;
    3. development of techniques for leaders, 1;
    4. General Labor Union, 1;
    5. leaders emerging from Northern Expedition, 1;
    6. members ousted from First Army, 1;
    7. membership claims, 1;
    8. membership in KMT in 1925, 1;
    9. November Plenum of 1927, 1;
    10. offi­cial split with KMT, 1;
    11. organization of, 1;
    12. organization of masses, 1;
    13. Peasants’ Association, 1;
    14. propaganda campaign, 1;
    15. Red Defense Corps, 1;
    16. use of mass organizing, 1
  6. Central Executive Committee (CEC), 1;
    1. Eight Point Agenda of May 1, 1926, 2
  7. Central Military and Political Academy, 1, 2
  8. Chang Ching-chiang, 1, 2, 3, 4
  9. Chang Chung-li, 1, 2
  10. Chang Fa-kuei, 1, 2, 3;
    1. attempt for mili­tary supremacy in Canton, 1
  11. Chang Hsueh-liang, 1;
    1. converts to nationalist cause, 1, 2;
    2. won over by KMT, 1
  12. Chang Kuo-t’ao, 1, 2, 3
  13. Chang Kuo-wei, 1
  14. Chang t’ai-lei, leader of Red Defense Corps, 1
  15. Chang Tso-lin, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    1. arms industry of, 1;
    2. assault on Manch’eng, 1;
    3. commander-in-chief of Ankuochün, 1;
    4. counterattack at Peking, 1;
    5. ef­fort to disassociate from Japan, 1;
    6. KMT criticism of, 1;
    7. protests Japanese inva­sion, 1;
    8. resistance to KMT efforts, 1;
    9. response to Japanese interest in Man­ churia, 1;
    10. use of peasants, 1
  16. Chang Tsung-ch’ang, 1, 2, 3;
    1. in Shantung, 1;
    2. counters NRA propa­ganda, 1;
    3. deputy commander of An­ kuochün, 1;
    4. linked with Japanese in Shantung, 1;
    5. resistance to KMT ef­forts, 1
  17. Chan-shih Chou-pao: reports peasant par­ticipation in the Northern Expedition, 1
  18. Ch’aochou, sight of Whampoa Academy branch, 1
  19. Chao Heng-t’i, 1, 2, 3, 4
  20. Ch’apei, 1
  21. Chekiang: break from United Provinces, 1;
    1. forms provincial government com­mittee, 1
  22. Chekiang campaign, 1
  23. Chekiang Constitution, 1
  24. Chekiang-Kiangsu War, 1
  25. Chekiang Military Academy, 1, 2
  26. Chekiang Wu-pei Hsüeh-t’ang, 1
  27. Chenchiang riots of April 1927, 1
  28. Ch’en Chiung-ming, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    1. troops of, absorbed into NRA, 1
  29. Ch’en, Eugene, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8;
    1. wired by Chiang, 1;
    2. negotiates with British, 1
  30. Ch’eng Ch’ien, 1, 2;
    1. leader of Sixth Army, 1
  31. Ch’en Kung Po, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6;
    1. head of Workers and Peasants Depart­ment, 1;
    2. resigns post, 1
  32. Ch’en Kuo-fu, 1, 2
  33. Ch’en Ming-shu, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
  34. Ch’en Shu-jen, 1, 2
  35. Ch’en T’iao-yüan, 1;
    1. Commander of Thirty-seventh Army, 1;
    2. Shikan Gakko classmate, 1;
    3. takes Tehchou, 1
  36. Ch’en Tu-hsiu, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    1. de­nounced by Wang Ching-wei, 1;
    2. letter to Chiang in Hsiang tao, 1
  37. Ch’en Yi, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6;
    1. Civil Governor, 1
  38. Chiang Kai-shek, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11;
    1. address to gener­als, 1;
    2. announces retirement as commander-in-chief of NRA, 1;
    3. ap­pointed garrison commander, 1, 2;
    4. commander-in-chief of Northern Expedi­tion, 1, 2;
    5. calls for ceasing of relations with Russia, 1;
    6. chairman of Military Council, 1;
    7. coerces the CA, 1;
    8. disap­proves of Western Hills faction, 1;
    9. dis­enchantment with mass organizations, 1;
    10. dismissed as commander-in-chief at Wuhan, 1;
    11. dominates First Army, 1;
    12. exile in Japan, 1;
    13. goes to Russia, 1;
    14. in Shanghai, 1;
    15. marriage of, 1;
    16. meeting with Feng Yü-hsiang, 1;
    17. Nan­ chang Conference, 1;
    18. plays centerist role with strike, 1;
    19. Political Department stage shows, 1;
    20. relation to mass organi­zations, 1, 2;
    21. seeks political integra­tion of troops, 1;
    22. sends wire to gener­als, 1;
    23. speech on Eastern Expedi­tion, 1;
    24. Standing Committee member, 1;
    25. superintendent at Whampoa, 1, 2;
    26. training at Shikan Gakko, 1;337
    27. turns over Political Council, 1;
    28. warns against foreign intervention, 1
  39. Chiang Tsung-kuei, 1
  40. Ch’ien Ta-chün, 1, 2
  41. Chinese Seamen’s Union, 1
  42. Chinese Seamen, 1
  43. Ch’in Shih-huang-ti, 1
  44. Chou En-lai, 1, 2, 3, 4;
    1. instructor in Peasants’ Movement classes, 1;
    2. ousted from Political Department, 1;
    3. strengthens ties with Mao Tse-tung, 1
  45. Chou Feng-ch’i, 1, 2, 3, 4;
    1. chairman of Chekiang Military Committee, 1;
    2. defection to National Revolution, 1;
    3. reaches peak of power, 1;
    4. retreat to Ch’üchow, 1
  46. Chou Ying-jen, 1, 2, 3, 4
  47. Christian missions, demonstrations against, 1
  48. Ch’üan-che kung-hui. See All-Chekiang As­sociation
  49. Ch’uan-kuo Kung-hui. See National Labor Union
  50. Ch’u-ch’ien, 1
  51. Ch’u Ch’iu-pai, 1
  52. Ch’u Fu-ch’eng, 1, 2, 3
  53. Chung-hua min-pao, reports of propagan­ dists in, 1
  54. Chung-shan. See March 20 Coup
  55. Chu P’ei-teh, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    1. leader of Third Army, 1;
    2. member of Central Polit­ical Council, 1
  56. Ch’u-t’ung, 1
  57. Civilians’ role in Northern Expedition, 1
  58. Collective Armies of KMT, 1;
  59. First CA, 1, 2, 3
  60. Comintern, 1
  1. Duncan, defense commander of Shanghai foreign quarter, 1
  1. Eastern Expedition, Chiang’s speech on, 1
  2. East Route Command of NRA, 1
  3. East Route Force, First Independent Brigade, 1
  1. Factionalism, 1
  2. Fan Chung-hsiang, 1
  3. Fang Chueh-hui, 1
  4. Fang Pen-jen, 1, 2, 3
  5. Fan Shao-kai, 1
  6. Federalism. See Provincial autonomism
  7. Feng Yü-hsiang, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6;
    1. aid from Russia, 1;
    2. army supported by National Government, 1;
    3. commander of Center Route of Northern Expedition, 1;
    4. head of Second CA, 1;
    5. joins KMT, 1;
    6. Kuominchün, 1;
    7. loyalty to Chiang, 1;
    8. meets with Chiang at Tsi­nan, 1;
    9. the “Christian General,” 1;
    10. urges expulsion of Borodin and Teng, 1
  8. First Shanghai Uprising, 1
  9. Fukien campaign, 1
  1. Galen, Victor, 1, 2, 3, 4
  2. General Labor Union: at Shanghai, 1;
    1. pic­kets, 1;
    2. provisional municipal govern­ment promoted, 1
  3. General Political Training Department of KMT, 1
  4. Giichi, General, 1
  5. Green Society, 1, 2
  1. Hakka women carriers, 1, 2, 3
  2. Hangchow Military Academy, 1
  3. Hankow, 1, 2
  4. Hanyang Arsenal, 1, 2;
    1. general strike, 1
  5. Ho Hsiang-ning, 1
  6. Ho Kan-shih, 1
  7. Ho Lung: defection to NRA, 1;
    1. with Ninth Army, 1
  8. Honan Peasant Association, 1
  9. Honan Red Spears Secret Society, 1, 2, 3
  10. Hong Kong-Kwangtung Strike. See Hong Kong Strike
  11. Hong Kong Strike, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9;
    1. along Pearl River, 1;
    2. assembly of delegates to organization, 1;
    3. Chiang’s response, 1;
    4. committee’s CCP members, 1;
    5. controversy with KMT, 1;
    6. effect on Northern Expedition, 1;
    7. effect on Shih-ching Arsenal, 1;
    8. First Year Anniversary, 1;
    9. party military in conflict with, 1;
    10. representative assem­bly meeting, 1;
    11. settlement of, 1;
    12. workers, 1
  12. Hopei-Shantung Refugee Aid Committee, 1
  13. Hosheng Bridge, 1
  14. Ho Szu-yüan, 1
  15. Ho Yao-tsu, 1, 2, 3;
    1. joins NRA, 1
    2. Ho Ying-ch’in, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8;
    3. calls for KMT assembly, 1;
    4. chief of staff for CA, 1
  16. Hsia Ch’ao, 1;
    1. Civil Governor of Chekiang, 1;
    2. Chekiang Autonomous Movement, 1;
    3. death of, 1;
    4. defection to NRA, 1;
    5. loyalty to Chekiang Autonomy, 1
  17. Hsiang-tao, 1, 2, 3;
    1. reports support for Northern Expedition, 1
  18. Hsiao Yüan-ch’ung, 1
  19. Hsia Tou-yin: defection from Wuhan, 1;338
    1. pushed out of Anking, 1
  20. Hsin-min t’ung-chih she, 1
  21. Hsü Ch’ien, 1, 2, 3
  22. Hsüchou, fall of, 1
  23. Hsü Ch’ung-cheh, 1
  24. Hsü Ch’ung-chih, 1
  25. Hsü Yüan-ch’uan, 1
  26. Huang Fu, 1
  27. Huang Shao-hsiung, 1, 2, 3, 4;
    1. iden­tification with Nanking, 1;
    2. member of National Government Committee, 1
  28. Hu Han-min, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    1. instructor at Whampoa, 1, 2;
    2. member of Central Political Council, 1
  29. Huichou, 1
  30. Hunan, 1;
    1. peasants’ association, 1;
    2. unionization movement, 1
  31. Hupei peasants’ association, 1
  1. Isaacs, Harold, 1, 2
  1. Jamieson, J., 1
  2. Jen Ying-ch’i, accepts Twelfth Army com­mand, 1
  3. Joint Responsibility Law, 1
  1. Kan Nai-kuang, 1
  2. Kao Yi, 1
  3. Karakhan, L., 1
  4. Kato Government, 1
  5. Kiangnan Arsenal, 1;
    1. bombardment of, 1;
    2. casualties of, 1
  6. Kiangsi peasants’ association, 1
  7. Kisanka, 1, 2, 3, 4
  8. Kiukiang mob action, 1
  9. KMT: attempts to counter CCP masses, 1;
    1. attempts to maintain credibility, 1;
    2. CCP split with, 1;
    3. efforts to check CCP influence on CEC, 1;
    4. forces in Chekiang, 1;
    5. Fourth National Assem­bly, 1;
    6. ideology, 1;
    7. in Canton, 1;
    8. in­filtration of student unions, 1;
    9. Labor Department, 1;
    10. losses at Lung-t’an, 1;
    11. national government, 1;
    12. official split with CCP, 1;
    13. party army, 1;
    14. “party purification,” 1;
    15. permanent national government, 1;
    16. petitions Chiang to re­sume role of commander-in-chief, 1;
    17. reconciliation with Wuhan, 1;
    18. reor­ganization, 1;
    19. Second National Con­gress, 1, 2;
    20. slogans, 1, 2;
    21. sympathy toward movement in Kiangsi, 1;
    22. training at Whampoa, 1;
    23. women’s movement, 1;
    24. Workers and Peasants’ Department, 1
  10. KMT Military Council, controls NRA, 1
  11. Ko-ming hua-pao, 1
  12. Kou-yü, use of, with political workers, 1
  13. Kuei-fu, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
  14. Ku Meng-yü, 1, 2, 3, 4
  15. Kung-hsien Arsenal, 1
  16. Kung-hua Tang, 1
  17. Kuominchün, 1, 2, 3
  18. Kuo-min jih-pao, 1;
    1. support of CCP or­ ganizers, 1
  19. Kuo-min ko-ming chün jih-pao, 1
  20. Kuomintang. See KMT
  21. Kuo Mo-jo, 1, 2, 3;
    1. deputy chief of General Political Department, 1, 2
  22. Kuowen chou-pao, 1
  23. Kuybyshev. See Kisanka
  24. Ku Ying-fen, 1, 2
  25. Kwangsi, under Nationalist Government, 1
  26. Kwangtung, under control of Li Chi-shen, 1
  27. Kwangtung-Hong Kong Strike. See Hong Kong Strike
  28. Kwangtung Labor Conference, 1
  1. Lai Shih-huang, 1, 2, 3
  2. Lanchi-Chinhua, battle of, 1
  3. L’Humanité, 1;
    1. support of workers in Hunan and Hupei, 1
  4. Liao Chung-k’ai, 1, 2, 3;
    1. administrator at Whampoa, 1;
    2. assassination of, 1, 2;
    3. party representative at Whampoa, 1
  5. Liao Chung-k’ai, Madame. See Ho Hsiang-ming
  6. Li Chih-lung, 1
  7. Li Chi-shen, 1, 2, 3;
    1. anti-CCP Expedi­tion, 1;
    2. controls Kwangtung, 1;
    3. iden­tification with Nanking regime, 1;
    4. leader of Fourth Army, 1;
    5. suppression of autonomous CCP labor movement, 1
  8. Li Fu-chun, 1, 2
  9. Li Fu-lin, 1, 2, 3
  10. Li Lieh-chün, 1, 2
  11. Li Li-san, 1, 2
  12. Lin Tsu-han, 1, 2, 3;
    1. head of Peasants Department, 1;
    2. Political Department of Sixth Army, 1
  13. Li Pao-chang, 1
  14. Li Sheng-chün, 1
  15. Li Shih-tseng, 1
  16. Li Tsung-jen, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9;
    1. head of Fourth CA, 1;
    2. Kwangsi clique of, 1;
    3. Kwangsi military leader, 1;
    4. promotes coalition of KMT members, 1
  17. Liu Chen-huan, 1;
    1. troops absorbed into NRA, 1
  18. Liu Chi, 1339
  19. Liu Pang, 1
  20. Liu Pao-t’i, 1, 2
  21. Liu Shu-ch’i, 1
  22. Liu Tso-lung, 1, 2
  23. Liu Wen-tao, 1, 2;
    1. classmate at Paoting Academy, 1
  24. Lo Yi-nung, 1;
    1. in Shanghai Uprising, 1
  25. Lu-chün, 1
  26. Lu Ho-sheng, 1, 2, 3
  27. Lu Hsiang-t’ing, 1, 2
  28. Lung-Hai Railroad, 1
  29. Lung-shan, battle of, 1
  30. Lu Yung-hsiang, 1
  31. Lu Yu-yü, 1, 2
  1. Ma Ch’ao-chün, 1
  2. Ma Hsu-lün, 1, 2
  3. Manchus, 1
  4. Mandate of Heaven, 1, 2
  5. Mao Tse-tung, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    1. advo­cates military aim for CCP, 1;
    2. director of Peasants’ Movement Institute, 1;
    3. “Fu-t’ien Incident,” 1;
    4. head of KMT Political Department, 1;
    5. head of Peas­ants’ Movement classes, 1;
    6. secretary of Peasant Department, 1;
    7. strengthensties with Chou En-lai, 1
  6. March 20 Coup, 1, 2;
    1. Chiang’s concentra­tion of power, 1
  7. May 1
    1. Incident, 1
  8. Mechanics’ Union: in Kwangtung, 1, 2;
    1. aid to Fifth Army in Canton, 1
  9. Meng Ch’ao-yüeh, 1, 2, 3
  10. Min-kuo jih-pao, 1
  11. Min-t’uan, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
  12. Mukden Arsenal, 1
  1. Nanchang, fall of, 1
  2. Nanchang Uprising, 1
  3. Nanking Incident, 1, 2
  4. Nan Kuei-hsiang, 1;
    1. KMT agent, 1
  5. National General Labor Union (NGLU), 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
  6. National Government Committee, created by CEC, 1
  7. National Labor Union, 1
  8. National Pacification Army. See Ankuochün
  9. National Revolutionary Army. See Armies of NRA
  10. Ningpo Rebellion, 1
  11. Niu Yung-chien, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  12. North China Plain, battle of, 1
  13. Northern Expedition, mobilization order of, 1
  14. NRA: Anti-Communist purge at Changsha, 1;
    1. Autumn Offensive of 1927, 1;
    2. CCP problem, 1;
    3. counterattack by An­kuochün, 1;
    4. effect of Political Depart­ment on, 1;
    5. key slogans, 1;
    6. model regiment, 1;
    7. officers’ salaries, 1;
    8. Political Department, 1;
    9. political workers in local government, 1;
    10. prop­aganda slogans, 1;
    11. propaganda units, 1;
    12. recruiting in Shanghai, 1;
    13. recruit­ment of carriers, 1, 2;
    14. recruitment of new troops, 1;
    15. secures Yellow River at Sang-tzu-tien, 1;
    16. slogans, 1;
    17. subver­sion within, 1;
    18. supply corps, 1;
    19. women political workers, 1, 2
  15. NRA Daily Newspaper. See Kuo-min ko­-ming chün jih-pao
  1. Pai Ch’ung-hsi, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6;
    1. director of East Route forces, 1;
    2. NRA Shanghai commander, 1;
    3. promotes co­alition of KMT members, 1
  2. Pao Hui-seng, 1
  3. Pao Yü-lin, 1
  4. “Party purification,” 1
  5. Peasant Movement, in Hunan and Kwangsi, 1
  6. Peasant Movement Institute, 1;
    1. curriculum of, 1
  7. Peasants’ Associations, 1;
    1. in Hsuchou, 1;
    2. in Hunan, 1;
    3. in Hupei, 1
  8. Peiyang Clique, 1
  9. P’eng Han-chang, 1, 2, 3;
    1. defection of, 1
  10. P’eng Pai, 1
  11. Pi Shu-ch’eng, 1, 2, 3
  12. Political Departments, 1;
    1. First Army, 1;
    2. effect on NRA esprit de corps, 1;
    3. Party Affairs Department, 1;
    4. retraining of prisoners, 1.
  13. Political Training Department of KMT, 1
  14. Political Workers’ techniques, 1
  15. Postal Workers’ Union Strike, 1
  16. Po Wen-wei, 1
  17. Propaganda techniques, 1
  18. Propaganda workers, estimated numbers, 1
  19. Provincial autonomism, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  1. Razgon, 1
  2. Red Spears Society, 1, 2
  3. Republic Day, 1
  4. Returned students, 1
  5. Rogachev, V., 1, 2
  6. Roy, M. N., 1
  7. Rural militia. See Min-t’uan
  8. Rural Self-defense groups. See Min-t’uan
  9. Russia: interest in Hong Kong Strike, 1;
    1. lessens resistance to Northern Expedition, 1;340
    2. mission in Canton, 1
  10. Russian alliance, 1
  11. Russian mission in Canton, 1
  1. Seamen’s Strike of 1922, 1
  2. Seamen’s Union, affiliation with CCP, 1
  3. Second Eastern Expedition, 1, 2, 3
  4. Second Kwangtung Delegates’ Conference, 1
  5. Second National Labor Congress, 1
  6. Second Provincial Peasants’ Congress, 1
  7. Second Shanghai Uprising, 1, 2
  8. Second Sino-Japanese War, 1
  9. September Government, 1
  10. Shameen Incident, 1, 2;
    1. antiforeignism, 1
  11. Shanghai, 1, 2;
    1. foreign powers in, 1
  12. Shanghai Uprising, 1
  13. Shansi, 1
  14. Shantung: Japanese intervention, 1;
    1. threat of Japanese intervention, 1
  15. Shantung Army. See Lu-chün
  16. Shao Ch’u-nü, 1
  17. Shao Yüan-chung, 1
  18. Sheridan, James, 1
  19. Shih-ching Arsenal, 1, 2
  20. Shih Hsiung-ti, 1
  21. Shikan Gakko, 1, 2
  22. Sixth Peasant Movement Class, graduates of, 1
  23. Society of Comrades of New Fukien. See Hsia-min t’ung-chih she
  24. Society of Young Chinese Comrades, 1
  25. Sokolsky, George, 1
  26. Song of Love for the People. See Ai-min ko
  27. Soong Ch’ing-ling. See Madame Sun Yat-sen
  28. Soong Mei-ling, 1, 2
  29. Soong, T. V., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    1. head of Canton Central Bank, 1;
    2. member of Central Political Council, 1;
    3. promotes sources of new revenue, 1;
    4. pushes for all-class union, 1;
    5. resumes role of Fi­nance Minister, 1;
    6. return to Nanking, 1
  30. Stalin, 1, 2;
    1. calls for armed Communist takeover of revolution, 1
  31. Strike Committee: cut in daily budget, 1;
    1. charges of embezzling funds, 1;
    2. mili­tary army of, 1
  32. Strike pickets, replaced by inspection corps, 1
  33. Strikers, working as carriers, 1
  34. Student movement, violence between fac­tions, 1
  35. Students: demonstrations against Christian missions, 1;
    1. sources of intelligence in Chekiang, 1
  36. Student unions, KMT infiltration of, 1
  37. Su Ch’ao-cheng, 1, 2, 3, 4;
    1. head of Strike Committee, 1, 2;
    2. leader of Red De­fense Corps, 1
  38. Sun Ch’uan-fang, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11;
    1. in Chekiang, 1;
    2. counter attack against CA, 1;
    3. deputy commander of Ankuochün, 1;
    4. forces of Kiangsi, 1;
    5. head of Five United Prov­inces, 1;
    6. in Shanghai, 1;
    7. at Lung-t’an station, 1, 2
  39. Sun Fo, 1, 2, 3, 4;
    1. member of Central Political Council, 1;
    2. named Minister of Construction, 1;
    3. negotiates with war­lords, 1;
    4. promotes coalition of KMT members, 1;
    5. pushes for all-class union, 1;
    6. recalls railroad workers in Hunan, 1
  40. Sun Tzu: propaganda techniques of, 1;
    1. reasoning used, 1
  41. Sun Wen Chu-i Hsueh-hui. See Sun Yat-senist Society
  42. Sun Yat-sen, 1, 2;
    1. death of, 1;
    2. promotes provincial rebellion, 1;
    3. seeks foreign aid for KMT, 1
  43. Sun Yat-sen, Madame, 1, 2;
    1. Political De­partment stage shows, 1
  44. Sun Yat-sen University, creation of, 1
  45. Sun Yat-senist Society, 1, 2, 3
  46. Szechwan, severs ties with Sun Ch’uan-fang, 1
  1. Tai Chi-t’ao, 1, 2, 3, 4
  2. Tanaka, Japanese prime minister, 1
  3. T’ang Sheng-chih, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9;
    1. against Wu P’ei-fu, 1;
    2. at Hanyang Arsenal, 1;
    3. break from Sep­tember Government, 1;
    4. commander-in-chief of Wuhan, 1;
    5. commander of Eighth Army, 1;
    6. defects to KMT, 1;
    7. domestic affairs counselor in Hunan, 1;
    8. domination of Hsiang Valley, 1;
    9. pro­motes coalition of KMT members, 1;
    10. “retirement” to Japan, 1
  4. T’an P’ing-shan, 1, 2, 3;
    1. head of KMT Organization Department, 1, 2
  5. T’an Yen-k’ai, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7;
    1. chairman of National Government Committee, 1;
    2. first governor of Hu­nan, 1;
    3. promotes coalition of KMT members, 1;
    4. promotes provincial au­tonomy, 1
  6. Tao Yeh-kung, shoulders work of Political Department, 1
  7. Tehchou, taken by Ch’en Tiao-yuan, 1
  8. Ten Brothers. See Shih Hsiung-ti
  9. Teng Yen-ta, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5;
    1. General Political Department head, 1, 2341
  10. Teruni, advisor to the Political Department, 1
  11. Third Shanghai Uprising, 1
  12. Three Peoples’ Principles, 1, 2;
    1. lack of, in peasants’ classes, 1
  13. Tientsin campaign, 1
  14. Ting-szu Bridge, 1;
    1. scene of resistance to NRA, 1
  15. Ting Wei-fen, leads student groups, 1
  16. Triads, 1
  17. Ts’ai Yüan-p’ei, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  18. Ts’ao Wan-hsun, 1
  19. Tseng Kuo-fan, Mao’s respect for, 1
  20. Tsinan, Japanese units land in Shantung, 1
  21. Tsinan Incident, 1
  22. Tsin-P’u (Tientsin-P’u-k’ou) Railroad, 1, 2
  23. T’ung-meng hui, 1
  24. Tu Yüeh-sheng, 1.
    1. See also Green Society
  1. Union Movement, countering forces, 1
  2. Union of Chinese seamen. See Chinese Sea­men’s Union
  3. Union of Labor Associations, Peace Mainte­nance Corps, 1
  4. United Association of Kwangtung Carriers, 1
  5. United Front, 1, 2, 3;
    1. promoted by Stalin, 1
  6. United Provinces: Fukien as part of, 1;
    1. pro­vincial autonomism, 1
  1. Wang Chien-min, role in organizing peas­ants, 1
  2. Wang Ching-wei, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14;
    1. censored by KMT, 1;
    2. instructor at Whampoa, 1, 2;
    3. KMT party chairman, 1;
    4. Na­tional Government chairman, 1;
    5. pro­motes coalition of KMT members, 1;
    6. proposes Chiang’s return as commander-in-chief, 1
  3. Wang, C. T., 1
  4. Wang Hsi-min, troops of, absorbed into NRA, 1
  5. Wang Mao-kung, 1
  6. Wang Po-ling, 1
  7. Wang P’u, 1, 2;
    1. pushed out of Anking, 1;
    2. Twenty-seventh Army command, 1
  8. Wang T’ien-p’ei, 1, 2;
    1. arrested, 1;
    2. de­fection to NRA, 1, 2
  9. Western Hills Faction, 1, 2, 3
  10. Whampoa Military Academy, 1, 2, 3;
    1. name changed, 1;
    2. seat of anti-Communism, 1
  11. Whampoa Port Development Authority, 1
  12. White Russian Artillery, 1
  13. Workers’ Movement during the First Part of the National Revolutionary War, The, 1
  14. Wu, C. C., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6;
    1. critic of Hong Kong Strike, 1;
    2. exiled from Canton, 1;
    3. Hong Kong Strike, 1;
    4. member of Cen­tral Political Council, 1;
    5. work with Mechanics Union, 1.
  15. Wuchang, siege of, 1
  16. Wu Chih-hui, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  17. Wuhan, annual revenue of, 1;
    1. command period of government, 1;
    2. Communist period, 1;
    3. joint council, 1
  18. Wu P’ei-fu, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6;
    1. attacked by KMT press, 1;
    2. Big Sword Corps, 1;
    3. dominance over Feng Yü-hsiang, 1;
    4. ex­coriation of, 1;
    5. in Hupei, 1;
    6. propaganda campaign against, 1;
    7. resistance to KMT efforts, 1;
    8. seeks Red Spears’ support, 1;
    9. victory over NRA vanguard, 1
  19. Wu T’ieh-ch’eng, 1, 2, 3;
    1. attempts to neutralize Strike Committee, 1;
    2. crosses Strike Committee, 1;
    3. police aid to KGLU, 1;
    4. role in Hong Kong Strike, 1
  20. Wu T’ing-fang, 1
  1. Yang Chüan, 1
  2. Yang Hsi-min, 1
  3. Yang Pao-an, 1
  4. Yang Shen, 1
  5. Yang Shu-chuang, 1, 2;
    1. defection to NRA, 1
  6. Yeh Ch’u-ts’ang, 1, 2
  7. Yeh K’ai-hsin, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
  8. Yeh T’ing: founder of Red Army, 1;
    1. leader of Canton Uprising, 1
  9. Yen Hsi-shan, 1;
    1. indicates interest in Na­tional Revolution, 1;
    2. joins KMT, 1;
    3. with Third CA, 1, 2, 3
  10. Yi P’ei-chi, added to Central Political Coun­cil, 1
  11. Yoshiji, Tatikawa, 1
  12. Yü Chih-huan, 1
  13. Yüehchou, attack against, 1
  14. Yü Hsi-tu, leads insurrection group, 1
  15. Yün Tai-ying, 1, 2
  16. Yu Shih-teh, 1
  17. Yü Yu-jen, 1, 2, 3;
    1. added to Central Political Council, 1
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