Ho Chi Minh: The Missing Years, 1919-1941

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University of California Press, 2002 - 356 trang
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00 This book explores Ho's pre-power political career, from his emergence at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 to his organization of the Viet Minh united front at the start of the Second World War. Using previously untapped sources from Comintern and French intelligence archives, Sophie Quinn-Judge examines Ho's life in the light of two interconnecting themes--the origins and institutional development of the Indochinese Communist Party, and the impact on early Vietnamese communism of political developments in China and the Soviet Union. This book explores Ho's pre-power political career, from his emergence at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 to his organization of the Viet Minh united front at the start of the Second World War. Using previously untapped sources from Comintern and French intelligence archives, Sophie Quinn-Judge examines Ho's life in the light of two interconnecting themes--the origins and institutional development of the Indochinese Communist Party, and the impact on early Vietnamese communism of political developments in China and the Soviet Union.
 

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Introduction
1
Paris The Emergence of Nguyen Ai Quoc 191923
11
The radical solution 19203
28
The Comintern Recruit 19234
43
The development of Comintern policy for colonial countries
46
Ho Chi Minh and his place in the Comintern
51
The Fifth Comintern Congress
55
The Comintern and the United Front in China
61
New assignments
161
The revolutionary upsurge in China and the Nanyang
165
The revolutionary wave in Vietnam
171
The October Plenum and Tran Phus consolidation of power
177
The March Plenum and the end of the high tide
183
Death in Hong Kong Burial in Moscow? 19318
191
In hidingnew political currents
195
Return to Moscow
200

Hos assignment to Canton
64
The Canton Period and its Aftermath 19248
69
The first organizational steps
72
The Guangdong peasant movement
86
The growth of Thanh Nien
90
The collapse of the United Front
106
From the Old to the New Course 19279
116
The Sixth Comintern Congress
121
In Siam
126
The progress of Thanh Nien
130
The evolution of the Chinese Left
133
The Thanh Nien rift
142
The Revolutionary High Tide 19301
150
The unification process
154
The New Years uprisings
159
The Seventh Comintern Congress
208
The United Front in Indochina
211
Ho Chi Minhs last years in Moscow
216
The Return of Ho Chi Minh and the Path to the Eighth Plenum 193741
221
The political prelude to Ho Chi Minhs return 19378
222
Ho Chi Minhs travelsthe political landscape in 1939
228
The changing international situation
233
The Sixth Plenum and the 1940 uprisings
236
The move to the border and the Eighth Plenum
246
Summingup
252
Notes
259
Bibliography
298
Biographical Appendix
308
Index
347
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Sophie Quinn-Judge worked in Vietnam as a volunteer from 1973 to 1975, and lived and worked in Southeast Asia from 1977 to 1986. She was a frequent contributor to the Far Eastern Economic Review, first from Bangkok and then from Moscow.

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