1976 nian Tianamen shijian de zai pingjia: cong Zhou Enlai dao Hua Guofent chengwei Mao Zedong de jiebanren (The 1976 Incident Reevaluated: From the Death of Zhou Enlai to the Appointment of Hua Guofeng as Mao's successor)

Frederick Carl Teiwes, Warren Wanguo Sun

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational senior Forum on Contemporary History of China
EditorsCheng Zhongyuan
Place of PublicationBeijing China
PublisherContemporary China Research Institute
Pages84 - 107
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventContemporary China and its Outside World - Beijing, China, Beijing China
Duration: 1 Jan 2004 → …

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ConferenceContemporary China and its Outside World
CityBeijing China
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Teiwes, F. C., & Sun, W. W. (2004). 1976 nian Tianamen shijian de zai pingjia: cong Zhou Enlai dao Hua Guofent chengwei Mao Zedong de jiebanren (The 1976 Incident Reevaluated: From the Death of Zhou Enlai to the Appointment of Hua Guofeng as Mao's successor). In C. Zhongyuan (Ed.), International senior Forum on Contemporary History of China (pp. 84 - 107). Beijing China: Contemporary China Research Institute.
Teiwes, Frederick Carl ; Sun, Warren Wanguo. / 1976 nian Tianamen shijian de zai pingjia: cong Zhou Enlai dao Hua Guofent chengwei Mao Zedong de jiebanren (The 1976 Incident Reevaluated: From the Death of Zhou Enlai to the Appointment of Hua Guofeng as Mao's successor). International senior Forum on Contemporary History of China. editor / Cheng Zhongyuan. Beijing China : Contemporary China Research Institute, 2004. pp. 84 - 107
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1976 nian Tianamen shijian de zai pingjia: cong Zhou Enlai dao Hua Guofent chengwei Mao Zedong de jiebanren (The 1976 Incident Reevaluated: From the Death of Zhou Enlai to the Appointment of Hua Guofeng as Mao's successor). / Teiwes, Frederick Carl; Sun, Warren Wanguo.

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Teiwes FC, Sun WW. 1976 nian Tianamen shijian de zai pingjia: cong Zhou Enlai dao Hua Guofent chengwei Mao Zedong de jiebanren (The 1976 Incident Reevaluated: From the Death of Zhou Enlai to the Appointment of Hua Guofeng as Mao's successor). In Zhongyuan C, editor, International senior Forum on Contemporary History of China. Beijing China: Contemporary China Research Institute. 2004. p. 84 - 107