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Chinese marshal's son apologises over Cultural Revolution

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The son of a legendary Communist military leader and politician in China has publicly apologised for persecuting people at his school during the Cultural Revolution, according to a blog. 

Red Guards, high school and university students, wave copies of Chairman Mao Zedong's "Little Red Book," while on parade in June 1966 in Beijing. The son of a legendary Communist military leader and politician in China has publicly apologised for persecuting people at his school during the Cultural Revolution, according to a blog.

Chen Xiaolu offered his remorse to teachers, staff and students at his former school in Beijing for leading denunciations and sending people to labour camps.

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