When Serfs Stood up in Tibet

Anna Louise Strong

First Published : 1959
Publisher : New World Press, Peiking
Transcription/HTML : Salil Sen for MIA, April, 2008
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I.   Take-Off for Tibet

II.  De Luxe to Lhasa

III. First Briefing

IV. The March Rebellion

V.  Visits in Lhasa

VI. Nachi in Jokhang

VII. Village East of Lhasa

VIII. Lhalu's Serfs Accuse

IX.  I Climb the Potala Palace

X.  Reform in a Major Monastery

XI. The Lamas of Drepung

XII. Their First Own Harvest

XIII. "Building Paradise"

Appendix I : The Agreement of the Central People's Government and the Local Government of Tibet on Measures for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet May 23, 1951

Appendix II : The Resolution on Carrying Out Democratic Reform in Tibet Adopted by the Second Plenary Session of the Preparatory Committee for the Autonomous Region of Tibet July 17, 1959 316

Appendix III : The Resolution of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on the Establishment of the Tibet Autonomous Region August 25, 1965 321

Appendix IV : Tibet — From Serfdom to Socialism

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