Liu Shaoqi (pronounced [ljǒʊ ʂâʊtɕʰǐ]; Chinese: 刘少奇; 24 November 1898 – 12 November 1969) was a Chinese revolutionary, statesman, and theorist.
Liu Shaoqi was a main ideologue of the Chinese Communist Party, and his book, How to Be a Good Communist, published in 1939, was made required reading for every Chinese.
Liu Shaoqi, Wade-Giles romanization Liu Shao-ch’i (born November 24, 1898, Ningxiang, Hunan province, China—died November 12, 1969, Kaifeng, Henan province ...
Liu Shaoqi (1898-1961, Wade-Giles: Liu Shao-chi) was an important communist leader who served as vice president of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and president of ...
Liu Shaoqi: China’s Forgotten President. Eric N. Danielson (01-13-13) Acknowledgements: The kernel of this essay started as a four-page summary of notes boiled down ...
Liu Shaoqi [lyoo shou-chee] /ˈlyu ˈʃaʊˈtʃi/ Spell Syllables noun 1. 1898–1973, Chinese Communist leader: head of state 1959–66. Expand Also, Wade-Giles, Liu ...
Liu Shaoqi. Comrade Liu Shaoqi, 1955-1956. Until the Cultural Revolution, Liu Shaoqi (刘少奇, 1898-1969) was considered to be the successor to Mao Zedong.
Liu Shaoqi (pronounced [ljǒʊ ʂɑ̂ʊtɕʰǐ]; Cheenese: 刘少奇; 24 November 1898 – 12 November 1969) wis a Cheenese revolutionary, statesman, an theorist.
Liu Shaoqi. Liu Shaoqi, the son of a landowner, was born in Yinshan, China, in 1898. While at school he met Mao Zedong. After studying Russian in Shanghai he went to ...
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