Mao Tse-tung: Ruler of Red China by Robert Payne, Schuman, 1950
Though lacking some of the documents and details we have now, the book has some interesting details on party history, including its foundation. In chapter three, he explains how Pravda in 1920 had wrongly reported the formation of a Communist Party of China. This was actually a conference consisting of a mixed bag of anarchists and non-Leninist socialists which “ended in a fiasco”.
A revised and updated edition was published in 1961 as Portrait of a Revolutionary: Mao Tse-tung
MAO TSE-TUNG EMERGING AS WORSE 'MONSTER' THAN HITLER, STALIN BLAMED FOR AS MANY AS 60 TO 80 MILLION DEATHS AND CANNIBALISM PRACTICED DURING CULTURAL REVOLUTION
Feb 05, 1995; Gong Xiaoxia recalls the blank expression on the man's face as he was beaten to death by a Chinese mob. He died without a name,...