WANG TSUN-MING, ANTI-COMMUNIST: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF CHINESE COMMUNIST THOUGHT REFORM.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV ALEXANDRIA VA HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH OFFICE
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Wang Tsun-ming, the subject of the following autobiographical account, has been labelled by Radio Peking a reactionary agent of Chiang Kai-shek. As a Chinese Nationalist officer, Wang fought the Communists in various roles for three years but was finally captured in 1949. After an unusually long, intense re-indoctrination he was put into the Communist Army and then sent to Korea, where he deserted to the United Nations. He subsequently became a major leader among the anti-Communist Chinese prisoners-of-war, and has now been repatriated to Formosa, where he has resumed his career in the Nationalist army. The present report is based upon interviews conducted while he was a POW.
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