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Decisive Victory 大决战 Episode 38 Recap

Fu Zuoyi was unwilling to give in to the land he was struggling with. Fu Dongju no longer persuaded him, only that Mao Zedong was willing to cooperate with him. As for how to cooperate, Fu Zuoyi needed to take the first step before talking. Fu Dongju was followed and escaped with the help of Lin Zhiwen, and the two met. Fu Zuoyi expressed to the Central Military Commission that he wanted to cooperate, but all the signs made the Central Military Commission unable to figure out his true thoughts.

Therefore, the most urgent thing is to stabilize Fu Zuoyi first, and let him neither retreat westward nor go south. Fu Dongju is responsible for doing well Fu Zuoyi Stable work. Cui Yueli also told Fu Dongju that someone from the Bureau of Secrets appeared recently, so the organization arranged for a lesbian to pretend to be a colleague of Fu Dongju’s Tianjin News Agency.

This lesbian was Zhang Wanxin, but at this time Fu Dongju didn’t know that Zhang Wanxin and Lin Zhiwen knew each other. Duan Yunpeng, the group leader of the Security Bureau, told Li Wen that Fu Dongju was suspected of being a Communist Party. Soon after, Chiang Kai-shek also found out, and he ordered that this matter must be strictly investigated. I heard that Peking’s Central Army was extravagant, but Chiang Kai-shek was helpless.

On the other hand, the renminbi has already been printed, and the pattern on it greatly expresses the core concept of taking the people as the theme. In order to stabilize Fu Zuoyi, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the CCP Military Commission made decisive decisions to withdraw from the siege and return to Sui, postpone the attack on Taiyuan, and temporarily attack Baoding, and continue to maintain peace talks with Fu Zuoyi. This move left Fu Zuoyi puzzled, and he ordered the others to stand still.

Chiang Kai-shek was worried that Fu Zuoyi would come to nothing, so he called and reprimanded him. If he dared to come, Jiang Jieshi would send a plane to bomb Peiping. Fu Zuoyi was caught in a dilemma for a while. Chiang Kai-shek thought for a long time and decided to give up the position of president. Bai Chongxi and Li Zongren called, and he proposed to prepare for peace talks with the Communist Party, and Fu Dingyi was a suitable candidate for probing.

The conversation between Fu Zuoyi and the teacher gave him the initiation, perhaps different from Wu Sangui. Fu Zuoyi’s peace talks will save Beiping from war, and the people of Beijing will thank him instead. He Siyuan, the former mayor of Peking, also persuaded Fu Zuoyi to negotiate with the Communist Party to avoid letting Peiping fall into the flames of war. He Siyuan intends to find Li Jishen to come forward, and he believes that doing so will definitely reverse the peace talks.

Although Fu Zuoyi showed his heart for peace talks, the conditions he put forward were not feasible. Mao Zedong believed that he could negotiate with one of them. Anyway, the initiative of the negotiation lies in their hands. Chiang Kai-shek must be very sad now that another group of forces in the United States want to shoo him to step down. Mao Zedong had long understood the Americans’ conspiracy to split China.

Whether it was Chiang Kai-shek’s victory or the Communist Party’s victory among them, it was not the result that Americans wanted to see. In this peace talk with Fu Zuoyi, the Americans may not have not intervened. Mao Zedong had already made clear arrangements for Dongye’s entry into the customs. Lin Biao followed the deployment and concealed the march without knowing it, and entered the customs quietly. Higashino’s entry of 800,000 yuan is a feat in China and the world.

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