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Chiang Kai shek's Military Strategy in the War Against the Gui Clique in 1929

Zeng Yeying  
Militarily, Chiang Kai shek's victory against the Gui Clique (Guangxi military clique) in 1929 depended mainly on his successful military strategy. Before the war broke out, he sought to settle the dispute peacefully, insisting on striking only after the enemy had struck first, leaving an impression that he was forced to accept a challenge. This bought him time to prepare for military action and won the support of the people. Just before the outbreak of hostilities, he took well thought out steps to deploy troops, strengthen discipline, win over friendly forces and split the enemy forces. After the war broke out, he applied flexible strategy and tactics, effectively containing Feng Yuxiang's intended attack on Wuhan, safeguarding the security of the city. These steps created favorable conditions for the armies from Hunan and Guangdong to eventually occupy the Gui Clique's base in Guangxi.
【CateGory Index】: E297.2
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