Media Research Into KMT Controlled Regions During the Second CCP-KMT Cooperative Period

Jin WANG

Abstract


Mass and news media cultural workers in KMT controlled regions, taking advantage of the relaxed conditions of the time, published a large amount of anti-Japanese propaganda in newspapers and books; CCP newspapers and journals could be published publicly in KMT controlled regions; KMT newspapers generally turned to anti-Japanese propaganda; the press formed a united front to oppose the Japanese people. Thereby, a strong anti-Japanese propaganda front was built, setting off an anti-Japanese campaign in full swing.


Keywords


CCP-KMT cooperation; KMT controlled regions; News media

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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