He was a primary school teacher who presided over the work of Shandong province after the founding of the People’s Republic of China. He was dismissed at the age of 45 and lived to be 60
At the beginning of life, everyone expects to have a brilliant life, but as time goes by, the frustrations and helplessness on the road of life gradually appear.One person can’t decide where he or she is born and where he or she ends up, but thankfully, everyone can choose how he or she is born.And the man we are going to talk about today is a revolutionary soldier who has made many contributions in his limited life. His name is Xiang Ming.Xiang Ming was born in 1909 in Linqu County in Shandong Province.Due to the family circumstances, Xiang Ming received a relatively good cultural education, and in 1924, was admitted to the provincial normal school.But for some unknown reason, Xiang Ming accidentally missed the enrollment time, so lost the opportunity to enroll.But under, xiang Ming had to go to Qingdao to make a living.At that time the current situation is chaotic, xiangming alone one person heads for the Qingdao that life is not familiar, had touched a lot of wall at the beginning when, humiliate by person even.But calculate such, xiang Ming also still did not give up, lived adamantly in Qingdao however go down.At that time, Xiang Ming received higher education, he knew the situation of the country, and had participated in the revolutionary movement when he was a student. Therefore, Xiang Ming always hoped that he could contribute to the motherland.In 1929, xiang Ming became a teacher in a primary school named Zaoyuan on the recommendation of his classmates.But Xiang Ming did not stop there. Instead, he set up a “night school for people” in the local community, hoping to make more people read and learn useful knowledge through his own efforts.In August 1931, Xiang Ming joined the Communist Party of China on the recommendation of his friend Zhang Jingyuan, and formally embarked on his own revolutionary path.He began to hold the post of propaganda work in the organization, because of identity was discovered by the Kuomintang after the wanted.In order to ensure the personal safety of the Ming, the organization will be transferred to Ji ‘nan to continue to work.Unfortunately, in 1933, Xiang Ming was arrested by the Kuomintang in Shandong and put in prison.In prison, Xiangming and the Kuomintang launched a heroic struggle.In the face of the other side of coercion and luring, to the bright never let out a bit of information about the party, in order to make clear the meaning of his resistance, he had twice fast, with tenacity of the will spent this long prison life.Xiang Ming was later sentenced to seven years in prison, and it was not until 1937, when the Kuomintang and the Communist party cooperated for a second time, that he was finally rescued from prison by the organization.In the war of Resistance against Japanese aggression, Xiang Ming has been so unyielding has been following the footsteps of the Party, and moved many places, held many posts in the army.In 1938, he went to work in the Uttar Pradesh bureau of the COMMUNIST Party of China, and in 1939 as the political commissar of the second guerrilla Corps of the New Fourth Army.In 1945, Xiang Ming had become the secretary of luzhong District party Committee and political commissar of Luzhong District.After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, Xiang remained in Shandong, serving as vice chairman of the Shandong provincial government and deputy commissar of the Military region.But in 1954, at the age of 45, he was suddenly removed from his post. Why?It turned out that Xiang Ming was involved in the “Gao, Rao incident” at that time, which was characterized as anti-party, was dealt with very seriously by the Central Committee of the Party, and Xiang Ming was involved in it, naturally, it is difficult to escape the fate of examination.As a result, Xiang Ming was removed from his post and held in isolation for seven years until he was exonerated in 1963 and sent to work in Hebei.But the good times did not last long, the cloud of the Cultural Revolution and soon enveloped in the body of the Xiangming.During the Cultural Revolution, Xiang Ming was severely persecuted physically and mentally. Under years of depression and pressure, his health gradually declined and he died in 1969 at the age of 60.As late as 1977, Xiang Ming was labeled a traitor by the Hebei Provincial Party Committee and expelled from the Party.In 1981, xiang Ming, who had been dead for 12 years, was finally exonerated and a grand memorial service was held for him in Beijing.At the memorial service, many of Xiang Ming’s former friends came from all over the country to mourn him, more than 300 people.Xiangming’s life is always accompanied by hardships and tribulations, but it is commendable that he has always adhered to his ideals and never wavered due to the change of circumstances.He was a good comrade of the Party and a staunch revolutionary fighter. His contributions to the motherland should be seen by the people.