A translation of Manifesto of the Communist Party was published in Shanghai.
Eighth Route Army soldiers celebrating victory on the Great Wall.
Mao Zedong went to Chongqing to talk with the Kuomintang government.
Private handicraftsmen turned to the socialist path by way of cooperatives.
Workers of the Daqing Oilfield at work.
A village-level organization signing a contract with peasants.
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.