Source 4 : Anon (1966) Red Guards Rename the Street in Front of the Soviet Embassy Anti-Revisionism Road

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Source 4 : Anon (1966) Red Guards Rename the Street in Front of the Soviet Embassy Anti-Revisionism Road

Subject

Red Guards

Description

This photograph depicts a large gathering of Red Guards symbolically attacking the Soviet Union by naming the street on which its embassy is situated as 'Anti-revisionism Road'. Russian leader Khrushchev had been critical of the Great Leap Forward and Mao's deviation from orthodox Marxism. In turn, Mao accused Khrushchev of capitalism and reaching out to the United States.

Creator

Anon.

Source

everydaylifeinmaoistchina.org

Publisher

https://everydaylifeinmaoistchina.org/2016/01/12/red-guards-rename-the-street-in-front-of-the-soviet-embassy-to-anti-revisionism-road-in-1966/

Date

1966

Citation

Anon. , “Source 4 : Anon (1966) Red Guards Rename the Street in Front of the Soviet Embassy Anti-Revisionism Road,” Chinese History for Teachers, accessed November 26, 2021, https://chinesehistoryforteachers.omeka.net/items/show/145.

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