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张闻天
Zhang Wentian


In office
1935–1943
Preceded by Qin Bangxian
Succeeded by position abolished, later occupied by Hu Yaobang

Born June 30, 1900
Died 1 July 1976
Nationality Chinese
Political party Chinese Communist Party

Zhang Wentian (simplified Chinese: 张闻天traditional Chinese: 張聞天pinyin: Zhāng Wéntiān; 30 June 1900 – 1 July 1976) was Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China from December, 1954 to November, 1960.[1]; participant of the Long March, Ambassador to the Soviet Union from April 1951 to January 1955, and influential figure in the Peng Dehuai affair at the Lushan Conference 1959.

References

  1. ^ Zhang Wentian (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China)
Party political offices
Preceded by
Bo Gu
General Secretary of the Communist Party of China
1935-1943
Succeeded by
Mao Zedong
(As Chairman of the Communist Party)
Preceded by
Bo Gu
General Secretary of the Secretariat of the Communist Party
1935-1943
Succeeded by
Mao Zedong
(As Chairman of the Secretariat)
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