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China: A Century of Revolution DVD
   
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Country/Culture: China
Language: English
Type of Product: DVD
Item Number: CV100DW
Retail Price: $39.99
ISBN Number: 1-57252-191-0
Description: New edition with Chinese subtitles. Never-before-seen footage allows you to witness some of the most dramatic events that took place in China including the Northern expedition of Chiang Kai-Shek, the Long March, and the "Gang of Four" trial. You will also see impressive footage of interviews of soldiers, judges, leaders, revolutionaries, warlords, and ordinary citizens who have lived through these tumultuous times - and have held their secrets for decades. The first video in the three-part series covers the period from the 1911 Revolution to World War II while the second covers the Communist victory to the death of Mao. The last video begins with the current liberalization, the Tiannamen Square Incident and follows into early 1997. 3 DVD disks. Approx. 6 hours (360 min.). Documentary.
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