Chinese Communist materials at the Bureau of Investigation archives, Taiwan

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Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor
China (Republic of China). Ssu fa hsing cheng pu. Tiao chʻa chü., China -- History -- 20th century -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Cata


Statementby Peter Donovan, Carl E. Dorris, and Lawrence R. Sullivan.
SeriesMichigan papers in Chinese studies ;, no. 24
ContributionsDorris, Carl E. 1944-, Sullivan, Lawrence R., joint author.
LC ClassificationsCD2291.T34 D66
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 105 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4955249M
ISBN 100892640243
LC Control Number76383551

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The Historical Dictionary of the Chinese Communist Party contains a chronology, an introductory essay, an appendix, an extensive bibliography, and more than cross-reference dictionary entries on key people, places, and institutions.

This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about the. Communist Party of China (CPC) Archives and Important Documents CPC archives and documents are collected since its foundation in Covering: Publications of the party legendary leaders: pulications of Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai, Liu Shaoqi, Zhu De, Ren Bishi, Deng Xiaoping, and Chen Yun.

The Central Politburo of the Communist Party of China, formally known as the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and known as Central Bureau beforeis a group of 25 people who oversee the Communist Party of China. Unlike politburos of other Communist parties, power within the politburo is centralized in the Politburo Standing Committee, a 1st-ranked member: Xi Jinping.

Two of the most important archives were the First Historical Archives of China (FHAC), located in Beijing containing the archives of the Ming and Qing dynasties, and the Second Historical Archives of China (SHAC), located in Nanjing containing the archives of the Kuomintang period.

And the Central Archives (the State Archives Administration) contains the archives of the Communist Party. The National Archives Administration of China is the national administrative agency responsible for historical records of the state dating back to imperial times in China.

The archive collections include more thanrecords. There are more than 80 million items of information in documents, records, files, manuscripts on important political figures. The agency also concurrently holds records for the Communist Party of China Jurisdiction: China.

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Dorris, and Lawrence R. Sullivan. [Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese. The National Security Archive is a non-governmental, non-profit organization founded in by a group of journalists and scholars who sought a centralized home for formerly secret U.S.

government documentation obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. The National Security Archive is proud to have had the opportunity to make a substantial contribution to the Cold. Holdings on pre Republican China, including Nationalist government documents and Chinese Communist Party materials, are particularly robust.

Also available are accounts of non-Chinese public servants, military officers, engineers, journalists, and scholars who shaped or witnessed developments in China.

Chinese Communist materials at the Bureau of Investigation archives, Taiwan, Michigan papers in Chinese studies; no. Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese Studies University of Michigan, Contains a “representative description” of CCP documents available at the BI archives (3). In Taiwan.

Inthe Bureau was again reorganized as the Intelligence Bureau (Chinese: 國防部情報局), responsible for early-warning intelligence collection and strategic analysis. Since then, the Ministry of Justice took over the functions of counterintelligence and investigation from the ers responsible: Dai Li, Mao Renfeng.

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The archives were collected from Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau. The Bureau features the Chinese Communist Party's original archives published beforewhich are invaluable references for those studying the CCP's early development.

Service. Material Available. The Hoover Institution Library and Archives have acquired the personal diaries of Nationalist Chinese general Huang Jie from Huang’s daughter.

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The report says that “without exception” every submission to the commission pointed to serious concerns about the presence of Confucius Institutes in universities in the UK and showed widespread evidence of a ban on the topics of Tibet, Taiwan and the.

Its goal is to establish and develop a political alliance – with the Chinese Communist Party being its core leadership alliance – and carry out the Communist Party’s united front strategy to influence policymaking in its host countries, and to enhance the Chinese communist regime’s control and influence in the world.

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