I became Stalin chapter 230
“Hmm… Shall we blow it up now?”
“Yes! I see, Comrade Secretary General.”
A thick report was prepared. A copy of the same content will be in possession of our ambassador to the United States, Mrs. Kollontai.
And as soon as the Kremlin issues an order, I will visit the Secretary of State Marshall and deliver it.
“Marshall, it’s a good thing he hates the Republic of China.”
“Looking at their corruption, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to like them. Evidence collected from the last war is overflowing… .”
Marshall could be said to be quite a Chinese man, having served as a military adviser to the Kuomintang during the First Civil War. However, I got tired of studying cranes in China and Asia based on the experiences I had seen at that time.
He still held to the view that the Kuomintang was a corrupt and incompetent group, and he was not very fond of Chiang Kai-shek, who ignored his intervention and aimed directly at the Communist Party.
When US diplomats come to China to find out the remnants of the Nazis infiltrated China, what if the Republic of China stabbed us through our fracks? He’s probably going to die because his clothes will explode.
In terms of the amount received, the USSR was overwhelmingly 1st, followed by the UK, a key ally, to say the least, but the Republic of China was in 3rd place close to 2nd. They poured billions of dollars into it, and they all sent it to someone’s pocket and someone’s stomach.
“And the British and Portuguese guys, can you stand still? Hahaha. Chiang Kai-shek, that friend was too hasty.”
This will include Britain, which is bogged down in India and floundering.
The British wanted to keep Hong Kong as a stronghold in the East. The term of the Treaty of Evening Hong Kong was until 1997, but in such a way that the Treaty of Evening Hong Kong was extended forever.
However, Chiang Kai-shek, who wanted to take over mainland China completely, could not keep his eyes open and see “territories invaded by foreign powers” such as Hong Kong and Macau. If not, it would have been greed for a trading port with huge profits.
Anyway, now China will be bitten once again. To the ‘foreign forces’ who were so afraid.
“Oh, and if you can handle that margarine too, get rid of it.”
* * *
“What? What does this mean?”
“… Literally. The US will censor our military… .”
“What are you guys doing… No, I did send you a lot of money. after… I want a lot of what the guys below ate… .”
Chiang Kai-shek was taken aback by the sudden bomb, but quickly grabbed his mind.
He was well aware of the corruption of his subordinates. His son, Kyung-guk Jang, after studying abroad in the Soviet Union, went red in color, blaming the tyranny and corruption of the 4th generation, and publicly talked about the need to push them all away.
However, otherwise, this National Government of the Republic of China, the National Revolutionary Army, would have been difficult to maintain.
The national government was an organization in which miscellaneous small warlords, local influential people, and leaders of their own districts gathered with their own interests. China was too large for a single government to rule tyrannically and centrally.
If the little chiefs who reigned in their territories were not included with proper corruption and proper entertainment, they might have a bigger accident.
Knowing the physiology of Chinese society, Chiang Kai-shek knew about corruption and left it alone. Eat it and don’t buy it or hit it. Americans must have been embarrassed, but they forced their mouths to shut under the pretext of being at the forefront of dealing with the Communist Party.
what is to come has come Chiang Kai-shek thought so.
“dismissal! dismissal! Your Excellency!”
“Something! No hair.”
“That… Americans have arrived… .”
already? Chiang Kai-shek frowned, feeling a feeling between surprise and displeasure.
No matter how much the U.S. watered it, this was a diplomatic disrespect. Well, if things don’t work out, Chiang Kai-shek stood up thinking to himself that he should ask for more support using this as an excuse, and he collapsed again at the shocking news.
“General Falkenhausen has been arrested!”
All of a sudden, my legs felt weak.
Falkenhausen was officially required to be serving in a Soviet concentration camp. Surprisingly, he escaped to the Republic of China by taking advantage of the lack of surveillance.
As a rule, the escaped servicemen had to be extradited to the Soviet Union. Chiang Kai-shek himself was greedy and had Falkenhausen as his advisor.
In fact, that wasn’t the end of what he had done. The officers suspected of collaborating with the Nazis were taken out and brought to the Republic of China Army, or they had other doctors launder their past activities.
If this catches on, America will be rightly outraged.
You dare take our money and eat it and hide the Nazis? If you do it wrong, you may end up in trouble with the missing Hitler.
“Father, let’s go quickly!”
“Yes! Your Excellency!”
* * *
“Oh, Mr. Jang. long time no see.”
“… General Stilwell.”
Chiang Kai-shek barely endured the sudden rise in blood pressure and nearly collapsed, and grabbed his shaky knee to calm him down.
Stillwell, the dog-like Yankee, one of the three most hated humans, held out his hand with a wicked grin.
“No, you’re holding hands with the Germans while receiving this huge aid from the US? They should be locked up in a Soviet concentration camp… Why is it that the Republic of China has received such a respectful treatment?”
“… There seems to have been some misunderstanding… .”
“Are you mistaken? Interest is definitely Falkenhausen. And I don’t know if the Führer knew or not… .”
Stillwell interrupted Chiang Kai-shek again and shook his head. Chiang Kai-shek clenched his teeth at the rude gesture, but when he saw Falkenhausen being dragged in handcuffs and tied to a rope, he opened his mouth.
“arm… General Falkenhausen… .”
“Interest will soon be transferred back to the USSR. If you’ve ever tried to get involved in the process… Our U.S. government is not going to let such an attempt stand still.”
Falkenhausen kept his mouth shut and quietly lowered his gaze to the ground, feeling sorry that he had hurt Chiang Kai-shek. I was even more careful because I was afraid that if I pretended to know, Chiang Kai-shek would be charged.
“… Did you come here for this?”
“Mr. Jang! Our United States is… Don’t act on ‘little’ things. We got reports that Falkenhausen was just the tip of the iceberg.”
“The report… how… .”
“Ha ha ha ha ha! Do you think you’ll answer that question?”
Stillwell hated Chiang Kai-shek. We knew each other well.
He burst into laughter and hummed while stretching to see if he was enjoying the joy of revenge on his old nemesis.
“I had no idea there were so many Germans in this China! I plan to hunt down those friends one by one and send them back to Siberia, where they should be. In the meantime, I wish you all the best!”
“… I see.”
“Hahaha, I didn’t expect hospitality, but… Then stop!”
Stillwell hummed and disappeared with a cheerful gait. The Americans from the State Department and OSS who followed him also followed Stilwell after looking at the Chinese with cold eyes.
“Damn it… .”
The Germans here were not really one or two. Even though he was a fierce Nazi, if he had the ability, he ordered a medical doctor and brought him from South America and Europe. Chiang was well aware that if it caught on to the United States, it would be more of a problem than the loss of some aid supplies.
* * *
“What? offensive order? Are you in the same situation now?”
“Yes. The Kremlin has now ordered an offensive, saying that there is a problem with the Republic of China staff.”
“Okay… Even looking at this twisted wire… .”
Beijing was in a state of semi-siege. The Red Army in Tianjin was fighting desperately in the city on the verge of being captured, and if even here was captured, the 500,000 Red Army troops in Beijing would be trapped within the encirclement.
Nevertheless, the Kremlin only ordered a counterattack unconditionally. without any military support.
Still, the Red Army did not have artillery, tanks, or fighters, and had to wage war with only human feet and strength.
“Did you ever tell me what the hell happened?”
“That… At first glance, it is said that the Germans were caught fleeing there.”
Mao Zedong nodded as if he had guessed. Their tactical capabilities far exceeded those that could be learned in China. It was a skill that even those who grew up experiencing dozens of large-scale rotations like European, German, or Soviet troops would have.
I didn’t know it was because the real German soldiers were exiled there. Anyway, if they disappeared, there would probably be room for a counterattack.
“if so… Let us break through the encirclement with a general offensive.”
“Yes! Commentary comrade!”
The key party cells were supposed to escape, but were unable to do so and were caught in Beijing. Even if I left here, there was nowhere else to go.
A great run is a one-time or heroic feat. If you do it two or three times, it’s just an ugly escape. If the construction of the field base taught by the German officers in the Kuomintang was clumsy, but the Chinese officers of the National Revolutionary Army similarly learn and use it… .
“We are done.”
Thousands of people were busy running around outside the office.
‘How many Kuomintang spies are hiding among them?’
The Communist Party and the Kuomintang are each other’s parties and have hidden many spies in the military. There were quite a few people who provided information to both sides according to their own beliefs, or by buying them with money or by threat.
When discovered, they were shot and killed, but they also threatened to turn them into double agents… Anyway, I couldn’t trust everyone. It was clear that the Kuomintang was using the spies to read every move of the Communist Party, but they couldn’t respond because they didn’t know who it was.
“The Soviet Union must have planted a spy in the Kuomintang, but it would be nice if you could share it… .”
The Soviet Union had a cooperative relationship with the Kuomintang for several decades. In the meantime, there must have been a lot of people who had been recruited, bought, or threatened, but when it comes to information, he was harsh on the Communist Party.
“?… I can’t help it.”
He personally purged the pro-Soviet Bolsheviks, so it was natural to not trust them. His private life and ideological aspects would not be very pleasing to the Soviet Union.
Except for the fact that the Kuomintang was rather anti-communist, I did not know that it would be a better partner to cooperate with.
When I thought of that, I suddenly got goosebumps.
‘You really don’t think so… ?’
“Comrade comment! Commentary comrade!”
I saw a young party member running away from me. He put on something heavy on his waist and called out Mao Zedong while panting.
“What’s going on?”
“Comrade comment! That… It’s urgent!”
“Wow, something! Speak!”
The party member’s expression, which had been remembered for a long time, was brutally distorted. Embarrassed by the sudden change, Mao became hardened, not knowing what to do.
“Long live the Republic of China! Manjihong for 100 days!”
bang! bang! bang! A black pistol came out of the heavy package and aimed at Mao Zedong. The three gunshots pierced the head, neck, and chest with precision and dug them out.
“No! Commentary comrade!”
“Ha ha ha ha ha! Only death for a traitor… .”
Other gunshots went out and killed the assassin. Only bright red blood gushed out on the floor where two men were scattered.
I became Stalin chapter 230