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The 6th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party was in session from 1928 to 1945, during most of the Chinese Civil War, and during the Second Sino-Japanese War. It held seven plenary sessions in this period. It was formally preceded by the 5th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. It was the first central committee to have Mao Zedong as a high-ranking member. It was succeeded by the 7th Central Committee.

It had 23 members and 13 alternate members.[1]

Its first plenary session elected the 6th Politburo of the Chinese Communist Party in Moscow in 1928, as it would not have been safe to have the session in the Republic of China.


  1. Gu Shunzhang
  2. Xiang Zhongfa
  3. Peng Pai
  4. Su Zhaozheng
  5. Guan Xiangying
  6. Mao Zedong
  7. Yang Yin
  8. Zhou Enlai
  9. Cai Hesen
  10. Xiang Ying
  11. Ren Bishi
  12. Qu Qiubai
  13. Li Lisan
  14. Zhang Guotao


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1st Plenary Session

2nd Plenary Session

3rd Plenary Session

4th Plenary Session

5th Plenary Session

6th Plenary Session

7th Plenary Session


  1. ^ The 6th National Congress, People's Daily Online.
  2. ^ Wu, Nong; Wu, Wei (2020). 陕北革命旧址中的延安桥儿沟天主堂 [Yan’an Qiaoergou Catholic Church in the old site of northern Shaanxi revolution]. Shanxi Architecture (山西建筑). 46 (13): 13–14. doi:10.13719/j.cnki.cn14-1279/tu.2020.13.006.