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|Title:||马来马共与华人的跨族合作 ：以马来亚民族解放军第十支队为例 = The collaboration between the Malay and the Chinese communists : a case study on the 10th regiment of the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA)||Authors:||郑释恩 Tee, Shi En||Keywords:||DRNTU::Humanities||Issue Date:||2017||Abstract:||马来亚共产党自 1930 年成立以来，一直被标榜为华人政党。在多元种族的马 来西亚里，他们常被执政者视为破坏族群和谐的罪魁祸首，并被描绘成“恐怖分 子”。虽然，马共与马泰政府三方于 1989 年已签署了和平协议，且走出隐居了几 乎半世纪的森林。但是，马共的议题依然被禁止公开谈论，甚至几部涉及马共题材 的电影遭到全面禁播。近年来，马共领袖纷纷出版了回忆录，他们除了记录自身的 历史外，亦提供了大众不同视角的马共史。此外，当年马共为了争取马来人的支持， 成立了马来亚民族解放军第十支队。这支军队不仅是唯一一支全马来人的战队，对 马共而言，他们的贡献亦是不容忽视的。但在中文学术界，对于这支马来部队甚至 是马来马共的研究却为数不多。因此，本文试图整理与分析这支马来部队的历史， 并透过阿都拉·西·迪和拉昔·迈丁两位马来马共领袖所书写的回忆录中来窥探他 们如何与华人马共领袖陈平、应敏钦与曹启竹等人合作，并为马共的斗争中付出了 什么贡献。 The Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) has been advertised as a Chinese political party since it was established in 1930. In multiracial-country such as Malaysia, they are often regarded as the culprit for the destruction of racial harmony and portrayed as “terrorists”. Since the peace agreements were signed by the CPM, the Malaysia government and the Thai government in 1989, the CPM will able to come out of the forest where they have been secluded for almost half a century. However, the discussion and films about CPM are still completely banned by the government. In recent years, ex-party leaders have published memoirs recording their own history to provide the public with their version of the history of the CPM. In addition, the CPM established the 10th Regiment of the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA) in order to get support from the Malays. The 10th Regiment of the MNLA is the only Malay clan and has contributed greatly to the struggle of the CPM. In Chinese academia, there is little research on the 10th Regiment and the Malay communist studies. Hence, this article intends to collate and analyse the history of the 10th Regiment through the memoirs written by Abdullah CD and Rashid Maidin, who were the leaders of the Malay communists. It aims to study how they collaborated with the leaders of the Chinese communists such as Chin Peng, Eng Ming Ching (Suriani Abdullah), Cao Qi Zhu (Selamah Binti Abdullah) and others to pay the contribution to the struggle of the CPM.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10356/69666||Rights:||Nanyang Technological University||Fulltext Permission:||restricted||Fulltext Availability:||With Fulltext|
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