Chinese Civil War (1927-50)

Peled, Yoav. Democratic citizenship and war. New York, U.S.A.: Routledge, 2011.

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Paprik@2f (Portail archives politiques recherches indexation Komintern et fonds français). Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Dijon, France, 2016.

Digitized archives on this website include: -The Interior Ministry's surveillance of the Communist Party during the Third Republic -Surveillance of Communist and anarchist activity during World War II, as a means of undermining the Resistance -The periodical "La Correspondance internationale," published between 1921 and 1939, covering international news and the activities of national Communist parties -Brochures published by the Marxist Library of Paris between the mid-nineteenth century and the end of the 1930s -Internal archives of the Communist International related to France (either act

The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies, Edited by Donald Bloxham and A. Dirk Moses. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Jin, Xie. The Red Detachment of Women. China, 1961.

The ballet based on this film became part of the "revolutionary model theatrical works" (geming yangbanxi, or yangbanxi) canon during the Cultural Revolution.

Yimou, Zhang. Red Sorghum. Hong gao liang. China: Xi'an Film Studio, 1987.

Director Zhang Yimou was part of the Fifth Generation of Chinese directors, the first group to graduate from the Beijing Film Academy since the Cultural Revolution. They abandoned social realism that had characterized the previous era and explored unorthodox themes and topics. They found international acclaim and success, which paralleled the softening of China beginning in the mid-1980s. 

Genfa, Wang. A Jewish Girl in Shanghai. China: Shanghai Film Group Corporation, 2010.

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