Yes and yes for your first two questions. You will need to redistribute the static routes. The network command is primarily to establish a neighbor relationship and secondly to advertise the network configured on that interface as John described earlier.
I agree with Kwillacey. You'll need to redistribute your statics. The network 0.0.0.0 command sends hello packets out every interface, sometimes it's best to specify the actual address of the interface instead of doing this "catchall." So, yes, the addressing information that you have will be advertised.
If you have R1 ---- R2 ---- R3, and R2 has a neighborship to R1 and R3, R1 will know about R3's network on the interface that leads to 2 because it's now in the RIB. You can get into filtering and things to keep certain networks from getting into the routing table if needed though.
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