a member of a Chinese Communist youth movement in the late 1960s, committed to the militant support of Mao Zedong.
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How to use Red Guard in a sentence
Her father and my father worked together in the university since 50s until they retired … Ping Fu was also a Red Guard herself!Ping Fu Defends ‘Bend, Not Break’ Memoir Against Online Chinese Attack | Katie Baker | February 5, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
They fooled the Red Guard, and fooled themselves into believing they had forgotten about it.
The Red Guard fired without warning, something that never before happened, even in the time of Czarism.Bolshevism | John Spargo
Then the hands of the Red Guard closed about him before he could struggle to his feet.Two Thousand Miles Below | Charles Willard Diffin
The American officer addressed the Red Guard commandant as a recognised officer of equal military standing.With the "Die-Hards" in Siberia | John Ward
British Dictionary definitions for Red Guard
a member of a Chinese youth movement that attempted to effect the Cultural Revolution (1965–71)
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