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Thakin Soe to Start Peace Talks with Govt. Tomorrow
Wants Countrywide Cease-Fire, All-Parties National Convention. Says Burma Must Go to Socialist Goal Through Three Evolutionary Stages.
Article about Burma
(Rudé Právo, 1953)
Map of Burma, zakreslenim area with kuomintanských band operations.
Red Flag "General" and Wife Captured
(Rangoon: Working People's Daily, 1972)
" Red Flag " Communist Party Central Committee member " General " Ohn Maung and his wife Daw Aye Yi, also a Central Committee member, wer& captured by the troops while hiding in Nyandaw Quarter, Maymyo on 2~ October. On receipt of information that people with underground connections were putting up at the house of one U ...
CPT has 'linked up with Burma groups'
The Communist Party of Thailand (CPT) has joined the Burmese Communist Party (BCP) and minority groups inside Burma operating on the western border of Thailand, according to a former CPT member who recently defected to the authorities in the Northeast.
Red-Flag Communists Salute Late Saw Ba U GYI; Red-Flag Leader Daw Ngwe San and Company visit "Yuwaddy" Press
At the end of the Press Conference at the Broadcasting Station yesterday afternoon, the nine members of the Red-Flag Communist Party's Peace Delegation stood up and paid respects to the late Saw Ba U Gyl, leader of the Karen National Defence [sic] Organization.
People's committee Welcomes Arrival of Burmese Communist Party Representatives
The People's Committee yesterday welcomed the arrival in Rangoon of an advance party of BCP representatives for peace parlays with the Revolutionary Government.
Welcome to Peace Talks
Thakin Soe was given as warm welcome at the Mingaladon Airport by ranking Army Officers headed by Lieutenant-Colonel Chit Khin of the Defence [sic] Ministry.
Yet Another Plan to Crush the People's Liberation Movement
Analysis of Government's attempt to weaken Burmese Communist Movement. Date unknown.
Soviet Strategies in Souhteast Asia; an exploration of Eastern policy under Lenin and Stalin
(Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1966)
Excerpts from the book: Soviet Strategies in Southeast Asia; an exploration of Eastern policy under Lenin and Stalin. Includes pages 316-339 on the Communist Party of Burma and Chapter 6: Soviet Policy in Southeast Asia.
"Surrenders Are No Solution to Problem of Restoring Peace"
Thakin Soe's Wife Meets Press To Explain Red-Flag Communist Party's Demands