Ostend ~The first, the last Eterniutti.-

http://marx2mao.com/PDFs/QCM66.pdf

Sources and Early Printing History of
Chairman Mao’s “QUOTATIONS”

BY OLIVER LEI HAN

Sometimes referred to as the “Chinese Bible,” Quotations Of Chairman Mao (“Mao Zhu Xi Yu Lu”) was first published on a very restricted basis in May 1964 and probably still holds the world record for most copies printed of a single work in under four years (720 million books by the end of 1967). Its idea was conceived by General Lin Biao (1907-1971) as a book of inspirational reading and originally printed for the General Political Department of the People’s Liberation Army. For several years Lin promoted a campaign that everyone should study Chairman Mao’s thoughts, and the P.L.A. newspaper printed daily extracts from Mao’s selected writings and speeches which often formed topics for evening discussion groups. This was a good way for soldiers to study Mao’s philosophy, since most were not well educated, and brief extracts of easy to understand words could help focus their comprehension and analysis.

Colophon of the 1951 first edition

Colophon of the 1951 first edition
(click on any image to see larger version)

Prior to the October 1949 founding of the People’s Republic of China there were five editions of Mao Tse-Tung’s Selected Writings published in various „Liberated Area“ locations around China between 1944 and 1948, their texts taken from newspaper articles and oral transcriptions but apparently none sanctioned by its author. These were filled with misprints, errors and omissions, often excluding important articles entirely and including texts by other writers incorrectly attributed to Mao. Thus, the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party decided a new edition of Mao’s Selected Works was needed, so following the liberation of Peking in February 1949 a committee was formed to prepare and organize an authoritative version. The text selections were made in consultation with its author and Mao also agreed to proofread everything and organize additional notes with explanations. It was produced by The People’s Publishing House (Peking) and arranged in chronological sections to coincide with periods of modern Chinese history: the first revolutionary civil war (1924-1927) and second revolutionary civil war (1927-1937) [Volume One], the war of resistance against Japan (1937-1945) [Volumes Two and Three], and the third revolutionary civil war (1945-1949) against the Nationalists [Volume Four]. The first volume was printed in October 1951 to coincide with the second anniversary founding of the PRC and its additional three parts were published over the next nine years. This became the source for selecting texts used in creating the „Little Red Book“, and for that reason we include proper bibliographical citations:

Selected Works of Mao Tse-Tung (Mao Ze Dong Xuan Ji). Volume One (Di Yi Juan)

The People’s Publishing House (Ren Min Chu Ban She, Bei Jing, Zhong Guo)

Printed by Xin Hua Printing Factory, Peking First Branch Factory

Price: 15,000 yuan 200,000 copies printed, October 1951 First edition

Measurements: 208 × 151 mm.

[i] half-title in red, [iii] title-page in red with a green ink double border, inserted portrait plate of the author captioned (brown ink), i-ii (Introduction), i-vi (Contents Index),

296pp. + [i] colophon

Selected Works of Mao Tse-Tung (Mao Ze Dong Xuan Ji). Volume Two (Di Er Juan)

The People’s Publishing House (Ren Min Chu Ban She, Bei Jing, Zhong Guo)

Printed by Xin Hua Printing Factory, Peking First Branch Factory

Price: 25,000 yuan 500,000 copies printed, March 1952 First edition
Red and Green ink title-page of the LRB

Red and green ink title-page found on most copies of the LRB

Measurements: 208 × 151 mm.

[i] half-title in red, [iii] title-page in red with a green ink double border, [iv] errata notice indicating that the essay „On Contradiction“ which is included in this book belongs in Volume One and will be moved in future printings, [x] (Contents Index), (297-)805pp. + [i] colophon

Selected Works of Mao Tse-Tung (Mao Ze Dong Xuan Ji). Volume Three (Di San Juan)

The People’s Publishing House (Ren Min Chu Ban She, Bei Jing, Zhong Guo)

Printed by Xin Hua Printing Factory Price: 15,000 yuan

500,000 copies printed, February 1953 First edition „1-3″ code

Measurements: 208 × 151 mm.

[i] half-title in red, [iii] title-page in red with a green ink double border, i-iv (Contents Index), (807-)1144pp. + [i] colophon

Shaolin noodles sail Inn Drunkhen on Seitan frozen…Feuerbach – London Ladys up tha Lord against fasct Lutter-Luther red ante…

Tokyo Polis womyn blue eyes uniforma….

http://shanghai1937.com/chinas-muslim-general/ -Naxa Abou Freal Lymness…..

lahoreairport.com.pk/# Tailand Pride fraudulent mens….

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Rasam

.abebooks.com/book-search/author/archiv/page-1/

https://plus.google.com/100239136002780421002/about?gl=de&hl=de

………………………………………………………………

Good save Leningraduals…………….Marx-Allee Wim…………………………………………

You know…………………….Queen Sabotti tha Bad.-cose nostre.-

Bela


0 Antworten auf „Ostend ~The first, the last Eterniutti.-“


  1. Keine Kommentare

Antwort hinterlassen

XHTML: Du kannst diese Tags benutzen: <a href=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote> <code> <em> <i> <strike> <strong>


× sieben = sieben