Yi Ethnic Group Alliance with the Red Army
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The painting, “Yi Ethnic Group Alliance with the Red Army” depicts the moment in 1935 when the chieftain of a Yi clan in Mianning County, southwest of Sichuan Province, entered into an alliance with the Red Army General.
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Crossing the Yellow River at Night
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Farewell on the banks of Yudu river
In 1934, Chinese Red Army soldiers led by the CPC headed off on the historic Long March from Yudu County in southeast China’s Jiangxi Province. Crossing the Yudu River was their first challenge along the journey, and they received a lot of support from Yudu villagers.