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Title: "The Road of Struggle of a Republic's Witness" Paragraph 1: Special Mission Within the PLA In 1949, I formed 16 corps with the unified reorganization of the PLA. At that time, most corps leaders experienced this process firsthand, except for me who was transferred to the advance column, not the combat unit.
Paragraph 2: The Zhejiang mission on the eve of the Battle of Crossing the River is approaching, and the goal of our 7th Corps is to liberate Zhejiang. I treasure this land a lot, because during the Anti-Japanese War years, I worked in eastern Zhejiang and knew this place very well. Perhaps it was for this reason that I was appointed political commissar of the 7th Corps. Although nominally a commissar, I did not personally participate in the fighting.
Paragraph 3: Zhejiang's Liberation and Urban Management Tan Zhenlin led troops to occupy Hangzhou, and I arrived in Hangzhou with more than 8,000 southbound cadres to distribute cadres according to the requirements of the central authorities. Under Tan Zhenlin's leadership, we took over the city, cleared the remnants of the armed forces, and prepared Zhejiang's economic construction.
Paragraph 4: After the establishment of the Zhejiang Provincial Party Committee, I became Tan Zhenlin's deputy and contributed to the stability of urban order. After the urban work stabilized, my focus turned to the countryside, and we carried out work such as suppressing bandits, fighting hegemony, production and disaster relief, collecting grain, reducing rents, organizing the masses, and land reform. By the end of 1951, Zhejiang's social order was increasingly stable.
Paragraph 5: Responsibilities of the First Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee In 1954, I was transferred to Shandong to work as the second secretary. Later, I became the first secretary of the Shandong Provincial Party Committee and was fully responsible for the work of Shandong. During that special period, I was also treated unfairly, but the summons of Chairman Mao and Premier Zhou opened a new path for me.
Paragraph 6: Provincial Party Secretary in Five Provinces My experience as secretary of five provinces has witnessed the liberation of Zhejiang and the stability and development of social order. Whether working in the local area or in the army, I have always been keen to fight for the interests of the people. My experience is part of the history of the Republic, and I hope to share this path of witnesses with you.
Paragraph 7: Conclusion This road of struggle has witnessed the growth of New China, and I would like to share what I have seen and heard with you, because everyone should understand our common history and feel the development of our country. This is the story of a witness of the Republic and a vivid portrayal of China's fighting spirit.
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