- naekuoLv 71 0 年前最佳解答
Wars Of Chiang Kai-shek versus Gui-xi (March 1929) KMT government under Chiang Kai-shek, having barely united China, would be engaged in numerous rounds of civil wars with the communists as well as KMT opponents & adversaries [termed "neo-warlords" by Chiang Kai-shek]. In early years, however, Chiang Kai-shek had deliberately adopted the approach of "yang [multiplying] fei [communist banditry] zi [for enhancing selfish] zhong [important position of being indispensable]" per LZR. In 1929, Chiang Kai-shek launched two wars with Guangxi Prov armies [i.e., 4th group army], and in 1930, Chiang Kai-shek engaged himself in the bloody War of the Central Plains. Li Dongfang claimed that Chiang Kai-shek incurred a casualty of 95000 while the opposing camp 150000. Yu Maochun cited Song Ziwen's bragging in front of US prsident in 1943 and pointed out that Chiang Kai-shek had won the civil wars as a result of Song Ziwen's decoding the opponents' telegraphs. (However, at the same time, communist moles, like Qian Zhuangfei, Li Kenong & Hu Di [Hu Beifeng], already penetrated into Chiang Kai-shek's spy network.) The direct consequence of Chiang Kai-shek's selfishness and intolerance would be: i) Communist disturbances; ii) Japanese invasion of Manchuria. http://www.uglychinese.org/campaign.htm1929M... he joined Feng Yü-hsiang and Wang Ching-wei in their attempt to overthrow the Generallisimo.
2006-06-03 06:11:50 補充：
Unfortunately, this battle is significant to the army of revolutionary KMT. They lost their best troop here. However, from Westerners point of view: Who is the winner? KMT or Anti-Generallisimo. No. Communists. Therefore, there is no significant or name for the war.
2006-06-03 06:12:14 補充：
This all part of Warlord Era. Or post-northern experdition era. Yes. Generallisimo is a warlord. I proud to say that.