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Picturesque autumn scenery of Hongshan Army Horse RanchChina Voice: Lessons learned from a forced expeditionBy Li Huizi (Xinhua)    10:02, October 18, 2014Email|Print|Comments      twitter    facebook    Sina Microblog    reddit    Increases the bookmarkdiggGoogleDeliciousbuzzfriendfeedLinkedindiigostumbleuponQzoneQQ MicroblogBEIJING, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) — As the country marks the 80th anniversary of the Long Marchs departure, the Communist Party of China (CPC) should ponder lessons learned from a forced expedition that made history.The Long March, the beginning of a forced expedition of the First Division of the Red Army on October 16, 1934, was a 12,500-km trek full of hardships, bloodshed and do-or-die battles.Flawed decision-making and unwise military tactics resulted in the setbacks suffered by the Red Army during the encirclement campaigns led by the Kuomintang (KMT) armies, and contributed to the loss of the whole revolutionary base.In the early stages of the Long March, the CPCs almost unconditional obedience to the Comintern, the Soviet Unions policymaker for communist parties in other countries, was a factor in the decimation of the Red Army, whose numbers slumped from 86,000 to 30,000 at the end of 1934.Chinas revolution suffered enormously and the CPC nearly came to an end. The overreliance on external forces showed the immaturity of the CPC at that time. Comintern, who knew little about China and adhered rigidly to Soviet Union experience, simply rejected Mao Zedongs advice of splitting into small units and fighting guerrilla campaigns.In January 1935, in the third month of the Long March, the Communist forces reconsidered their strategy independently at an enlarged meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee in Zunyi in southwestern Guizhou province. Mao entered the inner circle of power and began to gain the final say.Led by Mao, a small group of fewer than 30,000 communists broke through the siege lines of about 400,000 KMT troops, and completed the unprecedented expedition in two years, with 10,000 soldiers left. The journey was full of extremely dangerous and complicated situations, and every day was a struggle to survive.Many believe it was the Long March that shaped the CPC.It led the Party to realize that the leaderships top-level design is paramount and brooks no mistake. A right path chosen by the CPC determines success, or else the Party and the nation suffer greatly, or even come to a miserable end.The maturity of a political party lies in independent decision-making and problem solving in accordance with changing situations. The famous “seeking truth from fact,” the Partys most sacred guideline, was proclaimed at the Zunyi meeting. The doctrine advocates that the Party should always think by itself in a practical and realistic way.Along the way, the CPC seriously reflected on its mistakes and grew mature. Under the guideline formulated through the Long March, the Party won the revolution, founded New China, launched reforms and achieved economic miracles.It is not rare for political parties to make mistakes. Mistakes including the Great Leap Forward (1958) and the turbulent Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) deviated from the principle of “seeking truth from fact.” The Party should resolutely adhere to inner-Party democracy and learn from these lessons.Ruling a nation with 1.3 billion people, the CPC will face more hardships and tests in the future. It should learn to mend its ways and maintain the right path at the helm.During the Long March, the CPC learned a hard but valuable lesson.(Editor:Huang Jin、Bianji)Email|Print|Comments      twitter    facebook    Sina Microblog    reddit    Increases the bookmarkdiggGoogleDeliciousbuzzfriendfeedLinkedindiigostumbleuponQzoneQQ MicroblogRelated readingLong March 4C rocket lifts off in Jiuquan, NW ChinaJumbo rocket design poses challengesForeigners asked to retrace Long MarchLong March 7 carrier rocket to lift off in five years: officialChina to develop new-generation launch vehicles: white paper75th anniversary of “Long March” marked in NW ChinaLong March painting sells for 108 million yuan We RecommendShocking! Photos of Chinese fighters revealed
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