A single spark can lead the victory by Muhammad Zamir Asadi Bureau Reporter BATIE GHAR

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Jinggangshan, September 30: Jinggangshan revolutionary Museum, comprehensively displaying the struggle of Mao Zedong “the Autumn Harvest Uprising” in the city starting from 1927 and ending in 1929 comprising of 2 years and 4 months, learned the delegation of journalists from South Asian and South East Asian countries.
It was briefed to the visiting journalists that the Jinggangshan revolutionary Museum states the story of struggle, passion and commitment of the “Red army” when the first base of forces was developed here.
The museum is divided into the halls for preface, establishment of Jinggangshan revolutionary base area, development of the base area, resumption of the base area, keeping up the struggle on Jinggangshan Mountains, and carrying forward the spirit of Mountains and so on.
With abundant historic cultural relics and detailed materials, the history of the struggle, that is, MaoZedong commanded the Autumn Harvest Uprising troops to Jinggang Mountains on October 1927, which made the first step of Chinese revolutionary road of encircling the urban areas from the rural areas, and then Zhu De, Chen Yi and Peng Dehuai led their forces to Jinggangshan successively, met with Mao’s forces, and established the first countryside revolutionary base area in China, shattered the military joint suppressions of Kuomintang reactionaries and the economic blockage, and eventually achieved the victory of the struggles on Jinggang Mountains.
It was told by the representative of the museum that footprints of the proletarian revolutionaries of the older generation, trace the origin of the people’s army building, agrarian revolution, the red political power and the Party building in this holy land can be traced.
The uprising model adopted here was taken up from Soviets and later on more than 100 same style uprisings were sparked in all over the country.
Museum also states the guerrilla war fare introduced by Mao Zedong and these tactics were successful in defeating Kuomintang army.
Museum displayed the weapon which were used by Red army and the people against the Kuomintang.
It was also stated that Mao Zedong developed the theories of the communist party in the days of Jinggangshan fight.
Mao Zedong was working on party building, troops building and most important thing the land reforms.
The struggle and successful command of Martial Juda also explained in the museum as it narrates that how brutally his wife was kille by Kuomintang.
Struggle and victory of Jinggangshan mountains was replicated in other parts of the country for the continuation of the revolution, she went on saying.
She also added that, in 1965 Mao Zedong visited Jinggangshan to pay a tribute to the sacrifices made in the fight between revolutions time period while President Xi has also visited the area thrice in different capacities.
It was told that more than 48 thousand people sacrificed their lives for the success of fight in Jinggangshan.
She added that 1 million visitors paid a visit to the museum last year while the number was increasing every year.
The journalists also paid visit to the “Huangyangjie Museum” in the locality which also pays tribute to the struggle of red army and the people of the area who fought against Kuomintang.
At the entry of museum largest painting of Asia welcomes to the visitor showing the war scenes of 1927-1927 and it was completed in three months.
This museum sheds the lights of the different war tactics adopted by red army to defeat the Kuomintang.
Jinggangshan Mountains also had historical monument having a quotation of Chairman Mao about the revolution.
It was told that during Cultural Revolution this monument was burnt down but, it was reconstructed in 1977.
These mountains also witnessed a war between red army and Kuomintang for several days in which victory was gained in heroic fight.
Trenches of the red army are still existing on the mountains reflecting the successful war strategies against Kuomintang.
Two battalions of red army defeated four regiments of Kuomintang on these mountains which have the altitude of 1343 above the sea level.
Victory on these mountains was very vital for red army and it encouraged the forces and excited Mao Zedong who also wrote a poem on this heroic win.
The red army also faced economic blockade by Kuomintang and only ate grains for food while the martial juda and Mao Zedong also took the same food like the soldiers.
Former president of China Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin also visited these mountains in different time periods.
The city also had building of hospital built by woods for the injured of red army men. This hospital was built by the donations of citizens in 1927.

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