Inner Mongolian Revolutionary People's Party

Inner Mongolian Revolutionary People's Party

Inner Mongolian Revolutionary People's Party was a political party in Inner Mongolia. The party was founded by Mersé in Kalgan in October 1925. Mersé, who had contacts with the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party and Comintern, became the general secretary of the party. [Li, Narangoa/Cribb, Robert. "Imperial Japan and national identities in Asia, 1895-1945". London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003. p. 97] The party advocated Mongolian self-determination and socialism, abolishment of feudalism and the influence of the religious hierarchy. [Oinas, Felix J.. "Studies in Finnic folklore : homage to the Kalevala". Helsinki: Suomalaisen kirjallisuuden seura, 1985. p. 76-77]

The party was allied to the Communist Party of China. It was dissolved in 1946. [Pan, Yihong. "Tempered in the revolutionary furnace : China's youth in the rustication movement". Lanham: Lexington Books, 2003. p. 131]


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Mongolian People's Republic — Бүгд Найрамдах Монгол Ард Улс Bügd Nairamdakh Mongol Ard Uls Satellite state of the Soviet Union (Until December 26th 1991) …   Wikipedia

  • People's Republic of China — Infobox Country native name = zh. 中华人民共和国 (Simplified Chinese characters) zh. 中華人民共和國 (Traditional Chinese characters) Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó conventional long name = People s Republic of China common name = People s Republic of China symbol… …   Wikipedia

  • Mongolian People’s Republic — (Mpr bügd Nayramdah Mongol Ard Uls)    Heavily backed by the Soviet Red Army, Mongolian revolutionaries were able to grasp control of their country in 1921, and three years later declare the existence of the Marxist–Leninist Mongolian People’s… …   Historical dictionary of Marxism

  • People's Liberation Army —   中国人民解放军   Emblem of the People s Liberation Army Founded August 1, 1927 Service branches …   Wikipedia

  • Outer Mongolian Revolution of 1921 — History of Mongolia This article is part of a series Ancient History …   Wikipedia

  • Actions in Inner Mongolia (1933–1936) — Warbox conflict=Inner Mongolia (1933 36) partof=Second Sino Japanese War date=April 1933 to December 1936 place= Chahar and Suiyuan provinces result= 1933 Japanese victory, 1936 Chinese victory combatant1= 1933 flagicon|Japan Imperial Japanese… …   Wikipedia

  • Timeline of Mongolian history — Manchu Era*1620s and 30s: Ligden Khan, the last Mongol Great Khan, aims to create a new empire by centralizing control over the various Mongol tribes, but alienates a number of Eastern Mongol tribes who go over to the Manchu. *1632: Ligden sets… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Russian people — The Millennium of Russia monument in Veliky Novgorod, featuring the statues and reliefs of the most celebrated people in the first 1000 years of Russian history …   Wikipedia

  • Outer Mongolian revolution of 1911 — History of Mongolia This article is part of a series Ancient History …   Wikipedia

  • Mongolia — /mong goh lee euh, mon /, n. 1. a region in Asia including Inner Mongolia of China and the Mongolian People s Republic. 2. Also, Nei Monggol. See Inner Mongolia. 3. Outer, former name of Mongolian People s Republic. * * * Mongolia Introduction… …   Universalium