Long March (disambiguation)

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The Long March was a massive military retreat undertaken in 1934 by the Red Armies of the Communist Party of China.

Long March may also refer to:

Military actions and prisoner of war marches[edit]

  • Long Walk of the Navajo, the 1864 forced march of the Navajo people from their homelands in Arizona and New Mexico to an internment camp at Fort Sumner in New Mexico
  • Little Long March, the failed retreat in 1927 by Left-KMT Northern Expedition troops from Nanchang to Guangzhou
  • Partisan Long March, military retreat of the Yugoslav Partisans across Bosnia in 1942
  • The 2014 retreat from Western Bahr el Ghazal, also called the "long march north",[1] an unorganized withdrawal of Sudan People's Liberation Army deserters during the South Sudanese Civil War
  • The March (1945), a series of marches during the final stages of the Second World War in Europe involving Allied prisoners of war


Society and culture[edit]


  • Darah dan Doa (1950), also known as The Long March, a film by Usmar Ismail




See also[edit]


  1. ^ The Conflict in Northern and Western Bahrel Ghazal States (PDF). Geneva: Small Arms Survey. 16 October 2014.