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The Huangpu Four Killers refer to the four famous left cadres and instructors attacked by the rightists in Huangpu Military Academy , namely Deng Yanda, Tong Daiying, Gao Yuhan and Zhang Zhizhong . The Huangpu Four Murderers were the famous left instructors attacked by the rightists of the Huangpu Military Academy. They were all patriots with great patriotism at the time. Deng Yanda and Yun Daiying were both killed in 1931, Gao Yuhan was later expelled from the party, and Zhang Zhizhong became a famous patriotic general.

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Everyone in Huangpu Sanjie knows that they are the three most prominent figures in the first phase of the Huangpu Military Academy , Jiang Xianyun, Chen Yun and He Zhonghan . The Huangpu Four Slayers attacked the famous left instructors of the left with the rightists of the Huangpu Military Academy. At that time, they were instructors with great patriotism. Deng Yanda and Yun Daiying were both killed in 1931, Gao Yuhan was later expelled from the party, and Zhang Zhizhong became a famous patriotic general.

Deng Yanda was the deputy director of the Huangpu Military Academy's coaching department, the captain of the students, and the chief of education

Deng Yanda (1895-1931), Deng Yanda joined the China League in his early years and supported Sun Yat-sen's three major policies. He was a well-known Kuomintang left. Former Dean of Huangpu Military Academy.

After Chiang Kai-shek and Wang Jingwei betrayed the revolution, Deng Yanda went into exile in Europe. The statement inherited Sun Yat-sen's legacy and insisted on fighting against imperialism and feudalism. In 1931, he actively planned an anti-Chiang military operation. He was arrested by the Shanghai Concession for information about the traitors. The next day he was transferred to Shanghai Longhua Police Command. Chiang Kai-shek ordered Deng Yanda to be escorted from Shanghai to Nanjing. During this period, Jiang Zeng sent people to persuade Deng Yanda to abandon his political proposition. He was immediately rejected by Deng Yanci, saying "to maintain the integrity of the Chinese nation." Outside Sand Hill. After liberation, he was regarded as a revolutionary martyr.

Yun Daiying used to be Political Instructor of Huangpu Military Academy

Yun Daiying (1895-1931), actively participated in revolutionary activities as a student, and once founded Liqun Book Co., a coexistence society, spreading new ideas, new culture, and Marxism . Joined the Chinese Communist Party in 1921. Later he founded and edited "China Youth", which cultivated and influenced a whole generation of youth.

In May 1926, he was sent to the Huangpu Military Academy as a political instructor and a member of the Communist Party of China. He fought resolutely against Chiang Kai-shek and Wang Jingwei for betraying the revolution. Participated in organizing and launching the Nanchang Uprising . Participated in leading the Guangzhou Uprising in December.

Yun Daiying was a Communist who hated his enemies, and Chiang Kai-shek took him as his main target. On May 6, 1930, Yun Daiying was arrested by the Kuomintang authorities in Shanghai. In prison, Yun Daiying faced the enemy's intimidation and temptation, and was unyielding. He was killed in Nanjing on April 29, 1931, at the age of 36.

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Whampoa Four Murderers: Anti-Imperial and Chiang Vanguard Deng Yanda but killed the traitor

Deng Yanda joined the China League in his early years and supported Sun Yat-sen's three major policies. He is a well-known Kuomintang left. In 1925 he served as the president of Huangpu Military Academy . In January 1926, he was elected as an alternate member of the Central Committee of the KMT "Second Congress". In July of the same year, he served as director of the General Political Department of the National Revolutionary Army and followed the army's northern expedition, commanding the capture of Wuchang. He was elected by the Third Plenary Session of the Second KMT as the Central Executive Committee Member, the Central Political Committee Member, the Central Military Commission Presidium, and the Minister of the Central Peasant Department.

After Chiang Kai-shek and Wang Jingwei betrayed the revolution in 1927, Deng Yanda went into exile in Europe. On November 1, 1927, together with Soong Qingling and others, issued the "Declaration on the Revolutionary People of China and the World" in Moscow, stating that they inherited Sun Yat-sen's legacy and insisted on fighting against imperialism and feudalism. After returning to China in the spring of 1930, he reorganized the Chinese Revolutionary Party established in 1927 into the Provisional Action Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang in Dafuli, Grosi Road, Shanghai, and served as the Central Director-General in an attempt to establish a third political force.

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In September 1930, he founded and edited "Revolutionary Action", advocating the establishment of a civilian government centered on agricultural workers in China, and propagating anti-imperialist and anti-feudal anti-Chiang Chiang. He invited the "Huangpu Revolutionary Alumni Association", a progressive student organization organized by the Huangpu Military Academy, to become a group that contends with the "Huangpu Alumni Association" organized by the Chiang Kai-shek Department, which poses a great threat to the Nanjing government militarily. In 1931, he actively planned an anti-Chiang military operation. He was arrested by the Shanghai Concession for information about the traitors. The next day he was transferred to Shanghai Longhua Police Command. Chiang Kai-shek ordered Deng Yanda to be escorted from Shanghai to Nanjing. During this period, Jiang Zeng sent people to persuade Deng Yanda to abandon his political proposition. He was immediately rejected by Deng Yanci, saying "to maintain the righteousness for the Chinese nation." Outside Sand Hill.

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The Four Heroes of Whampoa: Student Movement Pioneer Yun Daiying Creates "China Youth"

Yun Daiying was born in Wuchang, Hubei in 1895. Graduated from Zhonghua University. Actively participated in revolutionary activities as a student and was one of the main leaders of the May 4th Movement in Wuhan. Liqun Bookstore was founded in 1920, and then coexistence agency was established to spread new ideas, new culture and Marxism . Joined the Chinese Communist Party in 1921. In 1923, he served as a professor at Shanghai University. In August of the same year, he was elected as the Central Committee Member of the Chinese Socialist Youth League and the Minister of Propaganda Department. He founded and edited the "China Youth", which cultivated and influenced a whole generation of youth.

In 1924, Dai Daiying engaged in the united front work of the Kuomintang-Communist cooperation. In 1925, he participated in leading the "Five Thousands" Movement. In May 1926, he was sent to the Huangpu Military Academy , where he served as the political instructor and CCP regiment officer, and served as the political instructor of the Huangpu Military Academy. He went to Wuhan in January 1927, presided over the work of the Central Military Political School, and served as chief political instructor. Fight resolutely against Chiang Kai-shek and Wang Jingwei's betrayal of the revolution. In July, Dai Yingying went to Jiujiang at the command of the Central Committee, served as a member of the CPC's former enemy committee, participated in organizing and launching the Nanchang Uprising , and participated in leading the Guangzhou Uprising in December. From the end of 1928 to Shanghai, he served as Secretary-General of the Propaganda Department and Secretary-General of the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee. In June 1929, he was elected as a member of the Central Committee at the Second Plenary Session of the Sixth CPC Central Committee.

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Yun Daiying was a Communist who hated his enemies, and Chiang Kai-shek took him as his main target. On May 6, 1930, Yun Daiying was arrested by the Kuomintang authorities in Shanghai. In prison, Yun Daiying faced the enemy's intimidation and temptation, and was unyielding. He was killed in Nanjing on April 29, 1931, at the age of 36.

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Whampoa's Four Murderers: Elder Xinhai and Chen Duxiu

Gao Yuhan (1888-1948) was originally known as Superb. Born in Shouxian, Anhui. Early in Japan to study abroad. After the Revolution of 1911 , he served as Secretary General of the Anhui Youth Army and met Chen Duxiu . He joined the Socialist Youth League in the winter of 1920 and the Chinese Communist Party in 1923. In August, he went to Germany with Zhang Bojun and studied at Göttingen University. Participate in patriotic anti-imperialist activities organized by the Communist Party of Germany in Germany. In the spring of 1925, he returned to Shanghai to meet Chen Duxiu. In December, he was sent to Guangzhou to serve as the political instructor of Huangpu Military Academy.

In April 1924, the Nationalist Party of Anhui Province, which was held in Wuhan, was elected as the executive member of the provincial party department. He soon served as a special commissioner of the Kuomintang Central Committee in Sichuan and a representative of the 20th Army Party of the National Revolutionary Army of the Yangsen Ministry. In June, he served as Secretary General of the Second Front Army Command of the National Revolutionary Army. In late July, he participated in the liaison preparations for launching the Nanchang Uprising . He had a secret meeting with Liao Ganwu and Ye Jianying , and learned that Wang Jingwei and Zhang Fakui conspired to hold the Lushan Conference against Communists. Participated in the Nanchang Uprising on August 1st, and served as Secretary of the Revolutionary Committee. Following the setback of the insurgent army to the south, Guangdong was sent to Hong Kong for liaison work. He reported to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China about the Nanchang Uprising in writing and soon moved to Macau. In 1928 he moved to Shanghai to participate in the activities of the Chunye Bookstore Branch of the Communist Party of China, and to guide the art work of the Sunshine Society. He had a close relationship with Chen Duxiu, sympathized with Chen Duxiu, and his thoughts gradually moved closer. He was expelled from the Communist Party in November 1929.

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After Chen Duxiu was arrested by the Kuomintang authorities in the winter of 1932, he fled to Hong Kong to teach and sell for a living. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War in 1937, he acted as a spokesperson for Chen Duxiu. He settled in Jiangjin, Sichuan with Chen in May 1939, and translated the Encyclopedia Britannica with Chen. Chen Duxiu died in May 1942, and he helped to manage the funeral. In 1945, he wrote a memoir of Nine Deads and One Life . He died in Nanjing in the spring of 1948.

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Conclusion

Rong Ma Caijun gathered together, separated from right and wrong. Honor and disgrace who will comment on his life, and reassure the country and the people.

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