The end of the traitor: How did Chiang Kai-shek drive Zhang Guotao out of Taiwan Province?

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The end of the traitor: How did Chiang Kai-shek drive Zhang Guotao out of Taiwan Province?

2019-01-31 10:26:26 175 ℃
< p > Zhang Guotao was one of the most famous traitors in the history of the Communist Party of China, and his final fate was quite bleak. He was "unloaded and killed donkeys" by the reactionaries of the Kuomintang and expelled from Taiwan Province. So how did Chiang Kai-shek drive Zhang Guotao out of Taiwan Province?

At the time of Zhang Guotao's rebellion, Chiang Kai-shek, Dai Li and others placed great expectations on him, believing that the former core figure of the CPC must know the secret of the collapse of the CPC. Therefore, Zhang Guotao had a very beautiful time and became a member of the Central Committee of the Kuomintang.

But after a period of time, Chiang Kai-shek, Dai Li and others found it impossible for Zhang Guotao to disintegrate the Communist Party of China and decided to abandon this shameless "political burden". Before the defeat of Taiwan Province, Chiang Kai-shek demanded that "none of the traitors of the Communist Party of China should be taken away!"

But with the title of "member of the Central Committee of the Kuomintang", Zhang Guotao went to Taiwan Province. But when he arrived in Taiwan Province, Zhang Guotao not only had no job, but did not even arrange his residence. After several days of travelling, Zhang Guotao rented a house in Taipei with his savings.

But a few months later, Zhang Guotao's rented house was expropriated free of charge by the Kuomintang reactionaries in the name of building the office of the "Southeast Chief Executive's Office". Zhang Guotao wanted to stop it as a "member of the Central Committee", but he was scolded by the Kuomintang soldiers who came to collect the house.

"robbing houses" made Zhang Guotao realize that Chiang Kai-shek was trying to starve himself to death in Taiwan Province. If he did not leave, he would die. So at the end of 1949, Zhang Guotao fled to Hong Kong and joined the so-called "third force" and completely broke away from the Kuomintang reactionaries.