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Women Criminals in China after 1949   [Copy link] 中文

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Women criminals during 1949 and 1966 couldbe roughly divided into four categories: members of Kuomintang (KMT) who remainin mainland China,people who killed someone else during Minguo period (1912-1948), people ofrebellious parties and normal people who committed criminal offense.


The picture is a group photo of Zhao Hongwenguo,He Xiangning (Second from left in the front row) and Deng Yingchao (First fromright in the front row).


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After the Anti-Japanese War, Zhao Hongwenguo joined Kuomintang, ignoring the negotiation for surrender from the Communist Party. She killed more than 300 members of the Communist Party and burnt up more than 500 houses, and was convicted to death.

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From the year 1966 and 1976, women criminals during the Cultural Revolution also included those people who were convicted of counterrevolutionary crime. The most famous two of them are Lin Zhao and Zhang Zhixin.

The photo shows a women criminal at public trial.

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Women criminal at public trial.

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Women criminal at public trial.

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The photo shows theso-called “badly-behaved” criminals who were paraded through the streets.

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