December 29, 1949
Report of Cde. Peng Dehuai about the Situation in Xinjiang
Peng reports on the situation in Xinjiang following the takeover of Xinjiang by the People's Liberation Army.
October 10, 1950
From the Journal of Gromyko, Memorandum on Conversation with Chinese Ambassador Peng Dehuai
Talks about Ambassador Peng Dehuai's request to send 738 Korean students, of higher education, to Soviet summer schools.
October 13, 1950
Telegram, from Gromyko to Stalin
Account of the reception of the Chinese Ambassador Peng Dehuai. He requested that all Korean undergrad and graduate students be admitted to the Soviet summer schools, as well as Korean specialists who receive production and technical training in industrial settings the USSR (a total of 738 people). Gromyko notes that there are differences between the requests of Dehuai and Kim Il Sung, and that Dehuai has been asked to speak to Kim Il Sung, and clear up the differences.
October 19, 1950
Telegram from Zhou Enlai to Chai Junwu
Zhou Enlai gives instructions to the Chinese embassy in North Korea, stating that the main purpose of the embassy’s work is keeping in contact with the North Korean government and following the North Korean government’s actions.
November 08, 1950
Telegram from Zhou Enlai to Chai Junwu, Peng Dehuai, and Gao Gang
Zhou Enlai attempts to arrange a meeting between Kim Il Sung and two Chinese leaders, Peng Dehuai and Gao Gang, to discuss military operations and arrangements.
November 12, 1950
Cable, Zhou Enlai to Chai Junwu
Zhou Enlai instructs Chai Junwu to ask Kim Il Sung to change the wording of his statement at the Central Committee of the Motherland's United Front meeting, and also to ask whether Chai can accompany Kim in his visit to Peng Dehuai.
November 17, 1950
Ciphered telegram, Zhou Enlai to Filippov (Stalin)
Request from Zhou Enlai to Stalin for the rapid transfer of automobiles from Soviet forces on the Liaodong Peninsula rather than the Chinese rear.
November 17, 1950
Telegram from Mao Zedong to Peng Dehuai
Mao Zedong informs Peng Dehuai and Gao Gang that Stalin has approved of a single central command led by the Chinese, and that they are now waiting to see how Kim Il Sung will respond.
December 08, 1950
Draft Agreement by the Party Central Committee on Establishing a Sino-North Korea Joint Headquarters
The agreement establishes a Joint Headquarters between the Chinese and North Korean sides that will command the North Korean People's Army, the Chinese People's Volunteer Army, and all guerrilla forces, and details the leadership and specific powers and operations of the Joint Headquarters.
December 12, 1950
Report from Zhou Enlai to Mao Zedong
Zhou Enlai sends detailed reports to Mao Zedong on new recruits from the Northeast; the replenishment of military supplies; the distribution of Soviet infantry weapons; the repair of railways and transportation; the condition of airports in North Korea; the use of artillery and tank units; and the stationing of command posts.
January 05, 1951
Ciphered Telegram from Mao Zedong to Filippov [Stalin] Relaying a Letter from Peng Dehuai
Peng Dehuai informs Stalin of what was happening on the front lines, and the status of the their armies and the opposing ones.
January 13, 1951
Ciphered telegram, Roshchin to USSR Foreign Ministry
Message to Stalin from Roshchin informing him of the Chinese receipt of one of his earlier telegrams and informing him of an invitation to Beijing to Kim Il Sung and Peng Dehuai from Mao.
January 27, 1951
Telegram from Mao Zedong to I.V. Stalin, Conveying the 19 January 1951 Telegram from Peng Dehuai to Mao Zedong regarding Meetings with Kim Il Sung
The telegram from Peng Dehuai discusses the results of a meeting with Kim Il Sung, including Kim Il Sung’s belief that the Korean People’s Army cannot defeat the Americans alone, the defense of the Korea's coast, the re-staffing of five corps, and preparations for soldiers to carry out work in the newly liberated areas.
February 08, 1952
Ciphered Telegram No. 16293 from Beijing, Mao Zedong to Filippov [Stalin]
Mao conveys two telegrams to Stalin: one from Peng Dehuai to Mao (22 January 1952) and the other is Mao’s response (4 February 1952). The telegrams discuss North Korea’s need for aid from China.
September 02, 1952
Report, Zhou Enlai to the Chairman [Mao Zedong] and the Central Committee
Zhou Enlai and Peng Dehuai try to persuade Kim Il Sung to fight until the United States proposes negotiations.
September 04, 1952
Record of a Conversation between Stalin, Kim Il Sung, Pak Heon-yeong, Zhou Enlai, and Peng Dehuai
Soviet, Chinese, and North Korean officials discuss the military situation in Korea and the status of armistice talks.
July 03, 1953
Telegram of the Soviet Chargé to the PRC to the Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers
After acknowledging Syngman Rhee's solitary role in blocking the passage of the armistice agreement, Peng Dehuai and Kim Il Sung draft a response to General Clark.
July 23, 1953
Response from Molotov to the Sino-Korean Representatives
Molotov's response to questions on the representation of the Sino-Korean side in the armistice talks, and possible issues.
August 01, 1953
Note from the Embassy of the Polish Republic in Korea about the Korean War Armistice
A truce agreement for Korea is signed in Panmunjeom.
September 18, 1956
Conversation records between Chairman Mao Zedong and the Soviet Communist Party Delegation, 18 September 1956
Mao Zedong and the Soviet Community Party Delegation exchanged views on Korean issues and a potential visit by Kim Il Sung to the PRC.