An illustrated history of CPC: Mainstay of the war against Japan

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On August 25, the Chinese Red Army in the north was redesignated as the Eighth Route Army, with Zhu De as general commander, Peng Dehuai, deputy general commander, Ye Jianying, chief of staff, and Ren Bishi, director of the Political Department. Shown here is General Commander Zhu De calling on the soldiers of the Eighth Route Army to go to the front of the anti-Japanese war. In July 1937, the Japanese imperialists launched an all-out war of aggression against China. In the ensuing eight years of the War of Resistance Against Japan, the Chinese Communist Party held high the banner of national unity and armed resistance against Japan, and stood in the forefront of the struggle for national liberation from beginning to end.

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