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我的父亲邓小平:战争年代 PDF版

本书作者:邓榕
电子书格式:PDF
图书页码:540
出版社:外文出版社
出版时间:2008-01-01
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ISBN:9787119044088
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TAGS: 邓榕 邓小平 战争 年代 父亲
我的父亲邓小平:战争年代 PDF版


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Acclaimed as the chief designer of China'sreform and opening up to the outside worldsome 30 years ago,Deng Xiaoping was at thecore of the second-generation leadership of theCommunist Party of China. His ascent to powerbrought a fresh impetus to China's political life,as he introduced more practical and market-oriented policies into the country's economy.Today Deng Xiaoping Theory is still the banner of China's reforms.
My Father Deng Xiaoping- The War Years is a revealing biographical work by Deng's youngest daughter,Deng Rong,who was also his personal assistant from 1989,and thus has the advantage of offering the first inside account of this enigmatic Chinese leader.
Faithful to the historical facts,the book gives an insight into the first half of the personal and political life of Deng Xiaoping,as well as his path of growth,set against a myriad of historical figures and events long shrouded in mystery. The author has taken pains to provide a rich collection of his life stories,from his birth in a village in Sichuan Province,his work-study experience in France,his years in Shanghai as an underground revolutionary worker,his courtships and marriages,the ups and downs in his political and military career,and his rise as an important government official and a key leader of the Communist Party……
Deng's life story is continued in Deng Rong's second book Deng Xiaoping and the Cultural Revolution--A Daughter Recalls the Critical Years,published in 2002,also by the Foreign Languages Press.

作者简介

Deng Rong,nicknamed Maomao,was born in Southwest China's Chongqing City,the fourth child of Deng Xiaoping. After graduation from Girls Middle School attached to Beijing Normal University,she went to live and work for three years in a village on the loess plateau in the northern part of Northwest China's Shaanxi Province. Later,she graduated from Beijing Medical College (today's Medical School of Peking University).
In the early 1980s,she worked for four years first as attache and then third secretary in the Consulate Section of the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC. Returning home,she worked in the Research Office of the General Office of the National People's Congress. Appointed deputy director of the office,she engaged in research into China's legislation and legislative systems.
She was a deputy to the Eighth National People's Congress and an executive member of the Sixth Congress of the All-China Women's Federation.
She is now vice-chairman of the China Association for International Friendly Contact,vice-chairman of the China Charity Federation,vice-chairman of the Sino-Russia Committee for Peace,Friendship and Development,and executive chairman of the Beijing Music Festival.Also a member of the Chinese Writers Association,she has published many articles in newspapers and magazines. In 1993 her biography My Father Deng Xiaoping was published in Chinese. It has been translated into the Japanese,Russian,English,French,Korean,Thai and Finnish languages. Her latest book,Deng Xiaoping and the Cultural Revolution,which appeared in Chinese in 2000,has been translated into Korean and published in South Korea. The book's Russian and Japanese versions came out in 2002. The Thai,Italian and Spanish versions were also published.

目录

1 The Day of Retirement
2 An Affection for Sichuan
3 A Trip to My Hometown
4 This Is Our Old Home
5 Tracing Family Roots
6 My Grandfather
7 Father's Childhood
8 The Movement to Study in France on Work-Study Programs
9 A Long Journey Is Started by Taking the First Step
10 Making a Long and Difficult Journey
11 From School to Factory Despite Hardships in Pursuing Studies
12 For Survival and Study
13 In the Hutchinson Rubber Plant
14 Establishing Communist Organizations in Europe
15 The Starting Point of the Revolutionary Course
16 Tempering in the Party
17 Adieu, France
18 In the Hometown of the October Revolution
19 Vicissitudes of the First Revolutionary Civil War
20 Out of Bloodbath
21 The 24-Year-Old Secretary-General of the Central Committee
22 Mother Zhang Xiyuan
23 Fighting in the Dragon's Pool and the Tiger's Den
24 In the Political Arena of Guangxi
25 Going to Guangxi
26 The Bose and Longzhou Uprisings
27 State Affairs, Family Affairs, and Personal Grief
28 The Rise and Fail of the 8th Corps of the Red Army
29 The Rise of the 7th Corps of the Red Army and the Youjiang Red Revolutionary Base Area
30 The Origin of Li Lisan's “Left”-Adventurism
31 The Experience of the 7th Corps
32 Eternal Glory to the 7th Corps
33 Changes in the Early 1930s
34 Ruijin and the Central Soviet Area
35 The First Secretary of the Party Committee of the Central County of Huichang
36 The “Deng, Mao, Xie, and Gu Incident”
37 The Editor-in-Chief of Red Star
38 The Failure of the Fifth Counter Campaign Against Encirclement and Suppression
39 The Prelude to the Long March and the Zunyi Meeting
40 The Red Army Braves All Difficulties on the Long March
41 On the Loess Plateau of Northwestern China
42 The Xi'an Incident
43 Marching to Battle Against the Japanese
44 The Political Commissar of the 129th Division
45 My Grandfather Pu Zaiting
46 From Pu Qiongying to Zhuo Lin
47 In the Taihang Mountains
48 Difficult Years
49 Toward Rehabilitation and Development
50 Victory in the Sacred Anti-Japanese War
51 Giving Tit for Tat and Fighting for Every Inch of Land
52 On the Eve of Civil War
53 The Outbreak of the All-Out Civil War
54 Breaking Through the Defense Line Along the Yellow River
55 Advancing 500 Kilometers to the Dabie Mountains
56 Chasing Deer on the Central Plains
57 Before the Decisive Battles
58 The Great Decisive Battles
59 Fighting in the Areas South of the Yangtze River
60 Marching Toward Southwestern China
61 The First Secretary of the Southwestern Bureau of the Central Committee
62 An Unfinished Story
Concluding Remarks
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