The Early Years of the Revolutionary Struggle – Part 1 – 19th century – 1936
Fundamental Laws of the Chinese Soviet Republic, with an introduction by Bela Kun, International Publishers, New York, 1934, 92 pages.
Notes on ten years of civil war, 1927-1936, Chen Po-ta, FLP, Peking, 1954, 108 pages.
Republican China – Nationalism, War, and the Rise of Communism 1911-1949, Franz Schurmann and Orville Schell, Vintage, New York, 1967, 394 pages.
The Opium War, by the Compilation Group for the History of Modern China Series, 1st edition, 149 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1976)
The Reform Movement of 1898, by the Compilation Group for the History of Modern China Series, 1st edition, (Peking: FLP, 1976), 150 pages.
The Yi Ho Tuan Movement of 1900, by the Compilation Group for the History of Modern China Series, about what is called the Boxer Rebellion in the West, (Peking: FLP, 1976), 148 pages.
The Awakening of China, by James H. Dolsen, (Chicago: Daily Worker Publishing Co., 1926), 267 pages.
China In Revolt, Soviet and Comintern documents, (Not dated, but probably from around 1927), 68 pages. Includes:
- The Prospects of the Revolution in China, speech by Comrade Stalin in the Chinese Commission of the enlarged Executive Committee of the Communist International (E.C.C.I.) on Nov. 30, 1926. Speech by Tan Ping-shan in the Plenary Session of the E.C.C.I.
- China and the Capitalist World, a speech by Comrade Manuilsky.
- The Prerequisites and Tasks of the Chinese Revolution, a speech by Comrade Bucharin at the Russian Party Conference.
Stalin and the Chinese Revolution, by Chen Po-ta [Chen Boda], April 21, 1952. Focuses on Stalin’s contributions in the 1920s to the development of the Chinese Revolution. (Peking: FLP, 1953), 68 pages. [Note this scan has some bleed-through from the print on the reverse sides of the pages, but is still legible.]
Civil War in Nationalist China, by Earl Browder, (Chicago: Labor Unity Pub. Ass’n, 1927), 67 pages.
China’s Millions: Revolution in Central China, 1927, by Anna Louise Strong, (Peking: New World Press, 1965), 206 pages. This is a re-issue of the 1927 volume which was the first of a projected six volume set of her Selected Works on China’s Revolution. [We do not know if the other projected volumes were published later.]
People’s Tribute, edited by T’ang Liang-li. Supportive of Chiang Kai-shek and Wang Ching-wei. Volume 1, #1-3, March-April-May 1931, first three issues bound as one, 116 pages.
War in the Far East, by Henry Hall, International Pamphlets (N.Y.), No. 2, 1932, 32 pages.
War in China, by Ray Stewart, International Pamphlets (N.Y.), No. 19, 1932, 32 pages.
Soviet China, by M. James & R. Doonping, International Pamphlets (N.Y.), No. 20, 1932, 30 pages. [Note: Unfortunately page 31 is missing in this scan.]
Suppressing Communist-Banditry in China, edited by T’ang Liang-li, and of course representing the Chiang Kai-shek/Guomindang point of view. (Shanghai: 1934), 146 pages.
The Revolutionary Movement in the Colonial Countries, by Wang Ming, the revised copy of the speech given on Aug. 7, 1935 in Moscow at the Seventh World Congress of the Communist International. (NY: Workers Library Publishers, 1935), 68 pages.