September 23, 1956
Telegram from A. Mikoyan to the CPSU Central Committee
Peng Dehuai tells Mikoyan that the Chinese Communist Party fully supports the denunciation of Stalin's personality cult, partly because after the Chinese revolution, Stalin insisted that the new government take an inclusive approach to opposition parties. Peng also discusses Mao Zedong's recent meeting with the Egyptian ambassador.
September 26, 1956
Telegram from Ponomarev to the CPSU Central Committee
Peng Dehuai informs the Soviet delegation that the DPRK has not published the results of the Korean Workers' Party Central Committee Pllenum as promised. Peng suggests that if the DPRK fails to publish the resolutions, another joint delegation should be sent to Pyongyang.
June 05, 1958
Report, Peng Dehuai to Mao Zedong and the CCP Central Committee (Excerpt)
Chinese Minister of Defense, Peng Dehuai, reports that the Soviet Union requests Chinese-Soviet cooperation in establishing long-wave radio stations in China. Soviet experts are permitted to visit China to perform technical work.
October 13, 1958
Orders from [PRC] Minister of Defense [Peng Dehuai] to Halt the Bombardment of Kinmen for Another Two Weeks
The PRC Minister of Defense writes to members of the People's Liberation Army in Fujian province during the Second Taiwan Strait Crisis, calling for them to stop shelling Kinmen and observe the situation. He argues that the United States should not interfere in China's Civil War.
October 25, 1958
Another Letter from the PRC Minister of Defense [Peng Dehuai] to Taiwanese Compatriots
The PRC Minister of Defense urges the Nationalists in Taiwan to be careful and guard their authority from the Americans. He argues that the United States is trying to forcibly create "Two Chinas."
November 22, 1958
Record of Conversation from the Premier's Reception of the Korean Government Delegation
Zhou Enlai and Kim Il Sung discuss the economic situation, electricity production, agricultural production, cooperativization, and the military in North Korea, as well as the withdrawal of the Chinese People's Army from the DPRK. Zhou and Kim also touched on issues relating to U.S.-Japan relations, inter-Korean relations, Chinese development, the Great Leap Forward, U.S. global strategy, Korean nationals in Japan, and Taiwan.