《毛泽东全集1917-1949》(Collected Works of Mao Tse-Tung(1917-1949))非官方版本,JPRS版本,PDF格式,九卷

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原名Collected Works of Mao Tse-Tung(1917-1949)

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Mao Tse Tung (1893 – 1976)

The son of a peasant farmer, Mao Tse-tung was born in the village of Shao Shan, Hunan province in China. At age 27, Mao attended the First Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in Shanghai, in July 1921. Two years later he was elected to the Central Committee of the party at the Third Congress.

From 1931 to 1934, Mao helped established the Chinese Soviet Republic in SE China, and was elected as the chairman.

Starting in October 1934, "The Long March" began — a retreat from the SE to NW China. In 1937, Japan opened a full war of aggression against China, which gave the Chinese Communist Party cause to unite with the nationalist forces of the Kuomintang. After defeating the Japanese, in an ensuing civil war the Communists defeated the Kuomintang, and established the People’s Republic of China, in October 1949.

Mao served as Chairman of the Chinese People’s Republic until after the failure of the Great Leap Forward, in 1959. Still chariman of the Communist Party, in May 1966 Mao initiated the Cultural Revolution with a directive denouncing "people like Khrushchev nestling beside us." In August 1966, Mao wrote a big poster entitled "Bombard the Headquarters."

Served as Party chairman until his death in 1976.

These documents were compiled, edited and published by the U.S. Government's Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS) in 1978. According to JPRS, these documents are "selected speeches, articles, essays, reports, letters, interviews, declarations, decrees, telegrams, poems, (and) inscriptions of Mao Tse-tung covering a multitude of subjects." In introductory notes, JPRS notes that "All articles signed by Mao Tse-tung, whether individually or jointly with others, are included." Further, "all unsigned articles which have been verified as his work are also available." Finally, JPRS indicates that "all works which have already appeared in the (Foreign Language Press) edition of Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung or Selected Readings of Mao Tse-tung's Works are not included." However, some JPRS documents can be evaluated for authenticity by comparing similar documents found in Kranti Press compilations of Mao's work.


Volume 1 (6.9 MB)

Volume 2, Part 1 (3.9 MB)

Volume 2, Part 2 (3.4 MB)

Volume 2, Part 3 (3.9 MB)

Volume 3, Part 1 (2.8 MB)

Volume 3, Part 2 (3 MB)

Volume 3, Part 3 (2.5 MB)

Volume 3, Part 4 (3.3 MB)

Volume 3, Part 5 (4 MB)

Volume 4, Part 1 (2.6 MB)

Volume 4, Part 2 (2.6 MB)

Volume 4, Part 3 (3 MB)

Volume 4, Part 4 (3.5 MB)

Volume 4, Part 5 (2.3 MB)

Volume 4, Part 6 (3.2 MB)

Volume 5, Part 1 (3.3 MB)

Volume 5, Part 2 (3.6 MB)

Volume 6, Part 1 (4.3 MB)

Volume 6, Part 2 (3.6 MB)

Volume 7 (4.3 MB)

Volume 8 (3 MB)

Volume 9, Part 1 (3.4 MB)

Volume 9, Part 2 (3 MB)

Volume 9, Part 3 (2.9 MB)

JPRS是美国联合出版物研究处Joint Publication Research Service的简称,具体情况不详.






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