Topography of Red Memories in Modern China Blog

Memorial Hall of Martyrs in Northeast China

When the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) was over, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) started immediately to honor the personalities, who contributed in an outstanding way to China’s victory over the Japanese Imperial Army. Manchuria,...

The Memorial Hall of the Zunyi Conference

Four months after the beginning of the Long March 长征 in October 1934, the Red Army 红军 captured the city Zunyi 遵义市 in Guizhou Province 贵州省 and held an enlarged Politburo conference there (Yang...

The Hundred Regiments Offensive Memorial

During the first three years of the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), the Japanese invading army conquered a large part of Northern China.  In 1940, a military campaign was initiated by Zhu De 朱德 (1886-1976)...

The Liu Hulan Memorial in Wenshui County

During the Chinese Civil War (1945-1949), young people sacrificed themselves for the CCP. After the People’s Republic was founded, some of them were glorified as “role models” for the Communist movement, like the young...

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