Lin Tie: served as secretary of hebei Provincial Party Committee, deeply loved by the people, in his old age to enjoy the treatment of vice premier
He served as secretary of Hebei Provincial Party Committee for 17 years. He was honest and open, and was wronged for more than 10 years. He lived to be 85 years old.At that time, China was weak. The Qing dynasty had signed a series of unequal treaties, and China had become a semi-feudal and semi-colonial country.Such a decadent Qing government must be overthrown.He was born in 1904. He joined the Communist Party at the age of 22. After the Founding of the People’s Republic of China, he served successively as secretary of the CPC Hebei Provincial Committee, governor and political commissarian of the Provincial Military region.During the turbulent decade, he was dismissed from his post and wronged for more than 10 years. After the reform and opening up, he resumed his work and was formally rehabilitated in 1980.Born Liu Shude in Wanxian county, Sichuan province, Lin Tie was influenced by progressives when he was young. When he was in middle school, he actively participated in the anti-imperialist patriotic movement and opposed Japanese ships entering wanzhou dock.After graduating from high school, went to Beijing university of China (department for training of the democratic revolution talent such as sun yat-sen founded universities), university of political science and law, in the meantime, read the relevant marxist-leninist books, further understand the marxism, and during the university to join the communist party of China, participated in the li dazhao led an anti-imperialist and traitorous activities.In 1928, he went to study at the University of Paris, in 1932 at the Lenin College in Moscow, and in the autumn of 1933 at the Oriental University.In 1935, he returned to China from the Soviet Union under the arrangement of the organization.The first task that arranges to Lin Tie is the northeast army that undertakes united Front work to Zhang Xueliang namely, Li Tie moved this army 647 regiment officers and men with rich theoretical knowledge and superb military ability, let this regiment officers and men join the eighth Route Army to fight day together.1937 Lin Tie served as a member of hebei Provincial Party Committee and minister of Military affairs.Prior to this, Lin Tie had participated in the construction of anti-japanese base areas in Central Hebei.In June 1938, he was transferred to Beiyue District of Shanxi-Cha-Ji Border Region and successively served as minister of Civil Movement, Minister of organization and headmaster of district Party School.During this period, a large number of cadres were trained, anti-japanese base areas were established behind the enemy lines, and many “anti-mopping up operations” were organized against the Japanese aggressors.In the autumn of 1944, at the end of the Anti-Japanese War, Lin Was transferred to the post of Party secretary of Jizhong District and political Commissars of Jizhong Military Region. During this period, he organized several counter-offensives and annihilated more than 11,000 Japanese puppet troops.In August of the following year, the Puppet troops launched an overall counter-offensive, killing more than 16,000 people, so that the revolutionary base areas together, a single spark can start a prairie fire.During the War of Liberation, Lin Tie and others led their troops to wipe out the largest local forces of the Kuomintang in central Hebei. After the Battle of Liao and Shen, the revolutionary base in Hebei was further consolidated.After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, Hebei was the main battlefield of the two wars, and a lot of infrastructure had been destroyed in the wars.Lin Tie was appointed as hebei’s first party secretary and chairman of the provincial government.During this period, Lin Tie led the people to carry out land reform, organize the people to support the United States and Korea, suppress the remnants of the Kuomintang, stabilize the situation in the province, and develop the economy in the province.In 1962, in order to speed up the resumption of production, Lintie formulated 10 measures to encourage the members to develop sideline production, among which the most important measures were to increase the private plots by 10%, allow free-range raising of large livestock, and be responsible for their own profits and losses, etc. These measures were in line with the situation of Hebei at that time and were greatly welcomed by hebei farmers.From 1949 he served as secretary of the CPC Hebei Provincial Committee (First), chairman of the Provincial Government and Governor of Hebei Province until his dismissal on August 25, 1966.Lin Has been working in Hebei for 17 years, making him the province’s longest-serving leader.During the ten years of turbulence, Lin Tie was dismissed from his post and subjected to many unfair treatment.After the reform and opening up, Lin Tie resumed work and was thoroughly rehabilitated in 1980.Subsequently, Lin Tie was elected consultant of the Organization Department of the Central Committee of the COMMUNIST Party of China, member of the Central Advisory Committee, and enjoyed the treatment of vice premier in his later years.On September 17, 1989, Lin Tie died of illness at the age of 85.