Why Did Mao Zedong Undertake the Long March?


Mao Zedong undertook the long march to escape from the Chinese National Party. The province of Jiangxi was going to be destroyed by the Chiang Kai-shek's army. They traveled over 12,000 miles.
Q&A Related to "Why Did Mao Zedong Undertake the Long March?"
Because Mao and other Communist parties were retreating from the Kuomintang.
The Long March saved Mao Zedong and the Communist Party from the attacks
To escape Chiang-kai-Shek. The Long March (simplified Chinese: 长征; traditional Chinese: 長征; pinyin: Chángzhēng) was a massive military retreat
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