Origin of Long March
Examples from the Web for long march
We left Fort Kearney behind, but made only ten and a half miles, none of us being in the long-march humor.
British Dictionary definitions for long march
Culture definitions for long march
An important event in the history of the Chinese communists. Driven from southern and eastern China by Chiang Kai-shek at the end of the 1920s, the communist leader Mao Zedong led his forces on a long march to safety in the northwest part of China. From there, they staged attacks on the Japanese invaders and eventually on Chinese government troops — attacks that led to their conquest of China in 1949.