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Mao Tse-tung, being forced to abandon his propaganda ministry post, then worked as director or president of the "Peasant Movement Lecture and Practice School" and hosted the 6th Session for activists of the peasant movements on May 3rd of 1926.
(Peng Pai was responsible for organizing five training sessions of activists prior to that.) In the Hunan-Hubei provinces, the communists organized the massive worker and peasant movements.
Again, per Harold Isaacs, "thus begun, the organization spread rapidly to neighboring districts and the framework of a Kwangtung Provincial Peasant Association was already in existence before the middle of 1923...
Peasant struggles against the landlords, against the magistrates, police, and soldiery, multiplied throughout the East River districts and ignited similar conflicts in the west and north of the province...
Per Harold Isaacs, "the peasants had also begun to stir and group themselves into organizations before the revived Kuomintang made its appearance in 1924.
The modern Chinese peasant movement was cradled in Haifeng, in the East River districts of Kwangtung, by Peng Pai, one of the most appealing figures of the Chinese revolution." Peng Pai, similar to Mao, was born in a landlord's family.
Zhu Daonan's book traced how he, with his Shandong natives (sworn brothers), left the Shandong Peninsula for southern China's revolutionary movements, witnessed the revocation of the British settlement in Hankow of Hubei Province, joined the Northern Expedition Army, underwent the KMT-CCP split in Wuhan of Hubei Province, joined Zhang Fakui's army for relocation to Nanchang of Jiangxi Province where the CCP staged the 'August 1st 1927 Nanchang Mutiny', rerouted towards Guangzhou (Canton) where the CCP staged the 'Guangzhou Canton (Mutiny)' under the leadership of Zhang Tailei, and finally retreated through the land of Haifeng and Lufeng where they failed to locate CCP leader Peng Pai's red forces.
Zhu Daonan described how the two camps, i.e., the CCP [including the Communist Youth League members] vs the KMT members, constantly killed each other during sleep at night or when going to the toilet room at daylight, inside of the army camp.
Gao Hua, a Nanking University professor whose father fled the persecution of the Cultural Revolution in Aug 1966, had presented the most comprehensive research into the communist red terror in the book "" (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Sha Tin, N. In 1927, the Nationalist Party (i.e., the Kuomintang or the KMT), both its Right-Wing and the Left-Wing, purged or severed with the communists consecutively.
Demands (for) reduction of land rent passed over almost immediately to demand for its total abolition. After communist leader Qu Qiubai seduced his daughter-in-law in 1924, Shen took another turn by joining the West Hill faction and attended the senior KMT leaders for a meeting in front of Sun Yat-sen's altar in Peking.
" Per anthology "" (Chinese Periodical Publication Inc, San Gabriel, Calif, 1992 edition), the first peasant movement leader should be ascribed to Shen Dingyi, a Shanghai CCP founder, who donated his family fortune to the revolution and later returned to his native town of the Yaqian-zhen Town, Xiaoshan-xian County, Zhejiang Province where he set up an elementary school and recruited a 68-year-old peasant called Li Chenghu for establishing a peasant association on Sept 27th of 1921. Expelled from the CCP as well as disliked by Chiang Kai-shek, Shen Dingyi was assassinated in Aug 1928 under some mysterious circumstances.
This webmaster read through the related writings about Mao, and found that Mao had in fact launched the anti-imperialism branches in commemoration of the 30 May 30 1925 nationwide protest movements against the Japanese and British imperialists.
More, Mao sought shelter in hometown Shaoshan as a result of falling out of favor among the communists in the Shanghai party headquarters, not a mission as ordered by the CCP Central.
By late July of 1927, the CCP endorsed the armed rebellion which led to the August 1st Nanchang Mutiny.