List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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After the establishment of the Chinese Communist Party in 1949, a campaign to suppress the counter-revolution was carried out to suppress the remaining Kuomintang forces on the mainland. However, during this anti-insurgency campaign during the Second Kuomintang-Communist Civil War, the Kuomintang army rebelled, surrendered, was captured, retreated, and returned to their hometowns. This article is from the September 11, 2015 Huaxia Digest Network by Cheng Lingxin, originally titled "242 High-Ranking Kuomintang Generals Executed Since 1949."

After the founding of New China in 1949, a campaign to suppress counter-revolutionaries was carried out to suppress the remaining reactionary forces of the Kuomintang on the mainland. However, in this campaign to suppress the Kuomintang counter-revolutionaries, the army rebelled, surrendered, and was taken prisoner during the liberation war; most of the senior generals, who lived idle or were engaged in business, were shot, killed and imprisoned, and their parents, brothers, sisters and children were implicated to one degree or another. Almost all of these high-ranking Kuomintang generals who were killed and imprisoned participated in the eight-year anti-Japanese war, and many of them were famous anti-Japanese generals and national heroes.
Among the 242 ROC top generals killed were 4 Xinhai generals and veterans, 78 lieutenant generals and 159 major generals. Including more than 100 generals who participated in a peaceful uprising from 1948 to 1949 were mistakenly killed. The killed generals graduated from Jiangwutang, Hebei Baoding Military Academy, Huangpu Military Academy, and Lu Central University. In the 1980s, only 5 Xinhai veteran generals, 20 lieutenant generals and 32 major generals were rehabilitated and rehabilitated during the 1980s.
This article briefly presents the years of birth and death, places of origin, graduation from schools and former positions of 241 senior generals, as well as the time and place of execution.
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Admirals and Generals of Xinhai

1. General He Haiqing (1875-1950).
Born in May 1875, is a native of Xiangtan, Hunan. At the end of 1915, he participated in the National Defense War, and served as the captain of the fourth detachment of the Second Tier Regiment of Cai E's First Army of the National Defense Army. In 1923, he served as the garrison of southern Yunnan and the commander of the sixth army of the founding of the People's Republic of China, and was promoted to general of the army. In October 1925, he left the military and returned to his hometown to live in seclusion and set up a school. During the Anti-Japanese War, he organized the Self-Defense Army in his hometown and served as the captain. In 1950, he was arrested during the anti-revolutionary movement and was executed on the night of November 8. In October 1983, the People's Government announced his vindication and confirmed him as a "Xinhai Revolutionary Person".

2. Admiral Song Hegeng (1883-1952).
is a native of Xiangtan, Hunan In 1917, he participated in the War of Protection of the Law, and was the brigade commander of the 1st Brigade. In 1923, he joined Sun Yat-sen in Guangdong with Tan Yankai, and was appointed as the commander of the First Army of the Hunan Anti-Terrorist Army and the commander-in-chief of the former enemy, and the central commander of the Northern Expedition Army of the Founding Army. In 1925, Sun Yat-sen's Northern Expedition failed due to the attack of warlords from the north and the south. Song Hegeng resigned in anger and left the military circle. In 1929, he was appointed as a member of the Hunan Provincial Government and director of the Construction Department. Soon after he resigned and returned to his hometown, he lived idle in Shanghai, Changsha, and Xiangxiang, where he entertained himself by painting, studying Buddhism, and visiting mountains and rivers. When liberation was approaching in 1949, Song Hegeng took out his own guns and instructed his nephew to organize the Huaqiao Police Team of Xiangxiang County to join the CCP's underground armed Jiang Yaxun. In 1950, when the anti-revolutionary campaign began, Song Hegeng was living at his daughter's house in Shanghai. He was arrested by Shanghai public security organs and escorted back to Xiangxiang. In January 1952, the Xiangxiang County People's Court sentenced Song Hegeng to death for the crime of resisting the revolution, which was executed immediately. "In the 1980s, the Xiangtan Intermediate People's Court decided upon approval that Song Hegeng had done work beneficial to the party on the eve of his liberation, and should be treated in accordance with the policy of uprising and defectors, and the original judgment should be revoked.

3. General Deng Yulin (1881 - 1951).
Was born in Badong County, Hubei Province in 1881. During the Northern Expedition in 1926, he served as the commander-in-chief of the First Route Army of the Left-wing Army of the Northern Expedition Army and participated in the Jingsha and Yichang campaigns. After the Northern Expedition, he left the military and lived in Shanghai. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he refused to be bought by the Japanese and moved to Wuhan. After the fall of Wuhan, he moved to Changyang and returned to his hometown of Badong in 1943. During his time in various places, he raised funds to set up schools and industries in many places. On the eve of liberation, he refused to go to Taiwan and stayed in his hometown. At the end of 1950, he was arrested in the anti-revolutionary movement, and was executed on the charge of "organizing a counter-revolutionary riot" the following spring. In July 1982, the Higher People's Court of Hubei Province declared acquittal and rehabilitated, restoring the honor of the Xinhai Revolutionaries.

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Lieutenant Generals

1. Lieutenant General Mi Ou Chi 糜藕池 (1897-1951).
The other name is Jimin, a native of Bijie, Guizhou. Deputy Commander of the 94th Division Lieutenant General. In 1949, he served as the commander of the first independent division of the Sichuan-Guizhou Government Office and led the uprising. In July 1951, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

2. Lieutenant General Xie Chongjie 谢崇阶 (1904-1951).
Born in Sheng'an, from Leibo, Sichuan. Graduated from the School of Law and Political Science of Sichuan University, and graduated from the 23rd phase of the Japanese Army Non-commissioned Officer School. He went to Japan to study in 1929. After the September 18th Incident in 1931, he abandoned his studies and returned to China. He served as the staff officer of the 7th Division of the 28th Army. In 1935, he served as the squadron leader of the Chengdu Branch of the Central Military Academy. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the Lieutenant Colonel of the 2nd Regiment of the Voluntary Corps. In 1938, he served as the tactical instructor of the Chengdu Branch of the Central Military Academy. Chief of the Recruitment Department of the Military District Command, he was appointed as the commander of the Roewe Division in 1945, and later served as the chief of staff of the Sichuan Military District. Later, he served as the deputy director of the Learning Committee of Leibo County, Sichuan Province, and the representative of the People's Congress of all ethnic groups and all walks of life in Leibo County. He was executed in Leshan, Sichuan on September 10, 1951. In 1984, it was rehabilitated and the status of the insurgents was restored.

3. Lieutenant General Peng Kuanggao 彭旷高 (1902-1951).
Also known as Guangji and Yunhong, he is a native of Tianmen, Hubei. Graduated from the second phase of the special class of Beijing Army Communication Officers School and Army University. In February 1927, he served as the director of the 13th Communication Office of the Communications Department of the General Headquarters of the National Revolutionary Army, and later served as the Attachment of the Radio Communication Corps Corps. Major General of the 15th Army Headquarters, Gao Staff, was appointed Chief of Staff of the 54th Army. He participated in the Battle of Songhu. In the autumn of 1938, he was appointed as the Director of Education at the Army Signal Corps School. District Administrative Inspector and Security Commander, and concurrently the commander of Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi and Ting's advance to southern Hubei. In 1942, he was appointed Major General Gao of the Commander's Department of the 6th Theater Command. In the spring of 1943, he was appointed as the Chief of Staff of the 29th Army, and participated in the Battle of Changde in May 1944. He served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 7th District of Hubei Province, and also served as the Commander of the 1st Qing Suppression District of the Hubei, Sichuan and Guizhou Border Region. In August 1945, he was appointed as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 3rd District of Hubei Province. In 1947, he was transferred to the No. 6 District Administrative Inspector and Security Commander, and concurrently served as the joint defense commander of the 3rd, 5th, and 6th districts of Hubei Province. In 1948, he served as the lieutenant general director of the General Office of the Central Training Corps. In October, he served as the deputy commander of the 3rd Corps. On December 26, he participated in the uprising in Jintang, Sichuan. Later, he served as a high-ranking member of the Southwest Military Region of the People's Liberation Army. On September 26, 1951, he was executed in Tianmen, Hubei for the crime of counter-revolution. In 1982, the original sentence was revoked and rehabilitated.

4. Lieutenant General Cui Shichang 崔世昌 (1900-1953).
Also known as Yu Yan, number Yuguang, from Gaoyang, Hebei. Graduated from the 9th Artillery Division of the Baoding Army Officers School and the 15th of the Army University. In 1939, he was appointed Major General Gao of the 1st Theater Command, Lieutenant General of the 14th Army in 1942, Deputy Chief of Staff of the 5th Theater in July 1944, and the 6th District of Hebei Province (Zhuoxian) in January 1946. Administrative Inspector and Security Commander. In 1948, he was appointed as the Director of the General Office of the Northeast Bandit Suppression Headquarters. He was later appointed as a Lieutenant General of the Ministry of National Defense. On the 25th, he participated in the uprising in Deyang, Sichuan. On December 7, 1953, he was executed in Zhuo County, Hebei Province. In May 1986, he was rehabilitated and his status as an insurgent was restored.

5. Lieutenant General Ni Bi 倪弼 (1894-1958).
Born in Jiangdu, Jiangsu. In 1924, he served as the captain of the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1925, he was appointed as the battalion commander of the 2nd Battalion of the Whampoa Military Academy Teaching Regiment. Party representative and director of the Political Department. He was dismissed in 1927 and returned to his hometown to live in idleness. In the spring of 1928, he was elected as a member of the Standing Committee of the Jiangsu Provincial Party Affairs Steering Committee. In the summer of 1931, he served as the training director of the Jiangsu Provincial Reflection Institute. Inspector of the Ministry of Supervision, he was appointed as the military law enforcement supervisor of the 3rd theater in 1938. In the winter of 1941, he was transferred to the Lieutenant General of the Military Commission. He also served as a member of the 1st Military Discipline Inspection Regiment. In the autumn of 1944, he was appointed as the deputy director of the Military Discipline Inspection Regiment. He retired in the spring of 1948, and served as a member of the Supervisory Board of the Supervisory Academy and a member of the Administrative Office of the Supervisory Commission of Jiangsu and Zhejiang District. He later served as a teacher at Tsinghua Middle School in Zhenjiang City and a member of the Zhenjiang CPPCC. On July 31, 1958, he was executed in Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province for the crime of counter-revolution, and was rehabilitated in January 1992.

6. Lieutenant General Cao Xu 曹勖 (1901-1951).
Formerly known as Wei Bin, courtesy name Mianqing, a native of Beijing, Hubei. Graduated from the second phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In October 1933, he was appointed colonel and battalion commander of the special training class of the Central Military Academy. In the Central Soviet Area, in 1938, he was appointed as the deputy commander of the 193rd Division of the 98th Army. Commander, in February 1942, he served as the administrative inspector of the 3rd district of Hubei Province. In the spring of 1947, he was appointed as the military service supervisor of the Hubei Province Military District. In the summer of the same year, he was appointed as the county magistrate of Jingshan County, Hubei Province. Commander of security, resigned in November 1947, served as deputy commander-in-chief of Hubei Appeasement Command in September 1949, deputy commander of the 3rd Corps in October, resigned to Chongqing soon, and served as commander-in-chief of Southwest No. 1 guerrilla command in December Lieutenant General Gao Shen, on December 26, energized the uprising in Chengdu. He served as a teacher at the 2nd Advanced Infantry School of the People's Liberation Army. He was executed in Beijing Mountain in Hubei in 1951, and was rehabilitated in 1981 to restore his status as an insurgent.

7. Lieutenant General Zhao Shiling 赵世玲 (1905-1949).
Famous Chuanbi, Shanxi Shanyin people. Graduated from the 11th term of Taiyuan Northern Military Academy and Army University. He has served in the Jin Army for a long time. In April 1937, he served as the head of the 7th regiment of the Shanxi Sacrifice Union National Guard Officer Teaching 7th regiment. In 1938, he served as the head of the 9th guerrilla regiment of the 3rd column of the Shanxi Youth Death Squad. Brigade Commander of the 197th Brigade of the Column, Commander of the 2nd Guerrilla Column of the 2nd Theater in 1940, Commander of the 70th Division of the 43rd Army in the autumn of the same year, participated in the Battle of Jinnan in May 1941, served as the lieutenant commander of the 43rd Army in December, and served as the Commander of the 43rd Army in 1942. Education director of the National Revolutionary Youth Officers Training Corps. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the commander of the 1st Army of the Shanxi Provincial Defense Army. In January 1946, he served as the commander of the 49th Division of the 43rd Army. In 1948, he served as the chief of staff of the Taiyuan Appeasement Office. On April 24, 1949 Japan was captured in the Battle of Taiyuan and executed in October.

8. Lieutenant General Zhou Zhi 周址 (1890-1953).
Born in Kaiping, Guangdong. After graduating from Huangpu Army Primary School, he was admitted to the first phase of the Baoding Army Officers School, and was selected to be sent to the third phase of Beijing Army University because of his excellent grades. In 1925, he went south to Guangzhou to join the revolutionary government, and served as the lieutenant colonel of the 1st Brigade, 3rd Regiment, 8th Battalion, and 8th Battalion. In the second east expedition, he was promoted to deputy commander and major general of the Fourth Independent Division. In 1927, he was appointed Lieutenant General Director of the General Office of the National Revolutionary Army General Headquarters. In 1929, he served as the lieutenant general director of the Nanjing Central Military Academy and the Officer Research Class of the Army University. In 1932, he was appointed chief of staff of the Third Army of the First Army. In January 1936, he was awarded the major general of the army. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, in 1938, he served as the director of military service of the Guangdong Military District Command. Since 1940, he has been the Chief of Staff of the Seventh Theater Command and Chief of Staff of the Twelfth Army. In 1945, he was appointed as the sub-supervisor of the Twelfth Military Station of the Army General Headquarters. During this period, he contributed greatly in many battles against the Japanese army. After the Anti-Japanese War, he was awarded the lieutenant general of the army in July 1947 and retired in the autumn of the same year. Later, he left the military circle to do business in Nanjing. In 1949, he once served as a consultant to the Guangdong Provincial Government, and soon returned to his hometown of Kaiping to settle down. On March 8, 1953, he was sentenced to death in the anti-rebellion movement. In January 1985, the Kaiping County Court acquitted him of wrongful killing and gave him a vindication.

9. Lieutenant General Lin Bomin 林伯民 (1866-1952).
Formerly known as Bing Yi, a native of Meixian County, Guangdong Province. In 1931, he joined the army at the General Headquarters of the Fifth Route Army in Guangxi and was awarded the title of lieutenant general. In 1941, he served as the lieutenant-general of the Honorary Soldiers Management Office of the Fourth Theater. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War in 1945, he retired and returned to his hometown, Meixian Nankou, to live. After returning to his hometown, he tried to cover up the CCP underground staff and guerrillas many times. In July 1949, when the Kuomintang army Hu Lian's regiment fled south through Meixian County, he also tried to protect the safety of the villagers in Nankou from the harassment of defeated soldiers. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. On June 4, 1986, the Meixian City Court announced that it was a wrongful killing and rehabilitated Zhaoxue.

10. Lieutenant General Tian Xiyuan 田西原 (1900-1951).
Born in Baokang, Hubei. Graduated from Beijing Jiaotong University, the sixth phase of the Central Military Academy Wuhan Branch, and the ninth phase of the Army University. In 1931, he served as a member of the Xi'an Appeasement Office. In 1932, he served as a staff officer of the General Staff Headquarters. He also served as the chairman of the Zhejiang Coastal Defense Facilities Committee and an instructor of the Army University. Chief of Staff, Chief of Staff of the 10th Division in the summer of 1936, and soon as the Brigade Commander of the 30th Brigade of the 10th Division, Chief of Staff of the 14th Army in December, Commander of the 3rd Route of the 5th Theater in the winter of 1937, Army University in 1938 Instructor, Chief of Staff of the 37th Army in the autumn of the same year, then Deputy Commander of the 37th Army, Chief of Staff of the 15th Army in 1939, Senior Staff Officer and Instructor of the Cadre Training Corps of the Commander of the 1st Theater Command in the autumn of 1940, and Instructor of the 39th Army in 1941 In 1943, he was appointed as the lieutenant general of the Army Command and a senior instructor of the Army University. In June of the same year, he was appointed to the 1st Brigade of the Central Training Corps. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he resigned and went to Shanghai to do business. Later, he joined the China Democratic League. Northwest guerrilla commander, got in touch with the underground party of the CCP, and secretly carried out instigation work. On April 27, 1951, he was wrongly executed in Baokang, Hubei. He was rehabilitated in August 1986 and his status as an insurgent was restored.

11. Lieutenant General Li Qiang 李强 (1905-1952).
Born in Suichuan, Jiangxi Province, was born on December 19, 1905. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. He served as the colonel of the Student Corps of the Central Military Academy. In 1936, he served as the major general of the Student Corps of the Luoyang Branch of the Central Military Academy. In 1941, he served as the commander of the 16th Division of the 29th Army. In March 1942, he served as the deputy commander of the 29th Army. In 1943, he served as the deputy commander of the 15th Army and the commander of the Zhenping Division. He retired in 1946. Returning to his hometown, he welcomed the liberation in Suichuan, Jiangxi in 1949, and supported the People's Liberation Army to march into Southwest China. Later, he served as a member of the Standing Committee of the People's Congress from all walks of life in Suichuan County, and was executed in Suichuan on April 14, 1952. He was later rehabilitated and his reputation as a surrendered general was restored.

12. Lieutenant General Ma Shouyuan 马守援 (1899-1951).
Also known as Ma Xuebo, a native of Longli County, Guizhou Province. Graduated from the Guizhou Lecture Hall, the second phase of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy, and the fifth phase of the special class of the Army University. Deputy Commander of the Guizhou Provincial Security Command, High Counselor of the National Revolutionary Army Chongqing Appeasement Office. The rank of lieutenant general of the National Revolutionary Army. During the Agrarian Revolutionary War, he served as the chief of staff of the new 10th Division of the National Revolutionary Army Army and participated in the encirclement and suppression of the Red Army. He later served as the magistrate of Shuicheng County, Guizhou Province. During the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, he served as the director of the Chongqing Office of the 32nd Army of the National Revolutionary Army, and in 1943, he served as the chief of staff of the Major General of the Military Administration of Guizhou Province. During the war of liberation, in 1945, he served as the deputy commander of the Guizhou Provincial Security Command. In 1948, he was appointed Lieutenant General of the Chongqing Office of Appeasement. In November 1949, he served as the deputy commander-in-chief of the Chongqing Garrison Command, but did not take office. On December 26, he participated in the uprising in Chengdu and joined the Chinese People's Liberation Army. In 1951, during the suppression of the counter-revolutionary movement, he was executed in Longli County, Guizhou Province at the age of 52. In 1986, he was rehabilitated and restored his status as a general of the Kuomintang army uprising.

13. Lieutenant General Liu Qingchu 刘晴初 (1894-1951).
Famous Chui Ji was born in Xiangtan, Hunan in August 1894. In 1926, he participated in the Northern Expedition with He Yaozu, and served as the brigade commander of the First Brigade of the Second Independent Division of the National Revolutionary Army. In the winter of 1936, he was admitted to the special class of Nanjing Army University. After graduating in the winter of 1938, he was recruited as a lieutenant general of the Ninth Theater Command. Gao Shen participated in the first battle of Changsha. In 1940, he returned to his hometown to recuperate due to illness, and set up industries and schools. In March 1949, he joined the peripheral work of the CCP's underground organization. Later, he instigated the local armed uprising, and handed over 1/50,000 of the preserved Hunan military map to the 12th Corps of the People's Liberation Army. In May 1950, a simple handicraft factory was established in his hometown. In 1951, he was executed in Xiangtan for the crime of counter-revolution during the anti-revolutionary movement. In July 1983, the Xiangtan District and County Courts announced that they would be rehabilitated and restored the reputation of the insurgents.

14. Lieutenant General Pan Feng 潘峰名别字目屏 , nicknamed Muping.
Born in 1899, from Le'an, Jiangxi. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, he served as the head and brigade commander of the 135th Brigade. In 1939, he was changed to the commander of the 113th Division, the deputy commander and acting commander of the 51st Army, and the deputy director of the Front Command of the Fifth Theater. Participated in the Battle of Xuzhou and the Battle of Lunan. Retired in 1946. In 1948, he served as a high-ranking member of the Jiangxi Provincial Security Command and participated in the uprising in 1949. In 1950, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. In 1981, he was rehabilitated, the reputation of the insurgents was restored, and the insurgent certificate was renewed.

15. Lieutenant General Song Shitai 宋士台
Commander of the 160th Division of the 66th Army, and Major General of the 7th Theater Command; was executed by shooting in 1953. The official "Guangzhou Propaganda Network" has the following text: "The bronze statue of General Song Shitai, the anti-Japanese general, was completed. September 18 is the 73rd anniversary of the '9, 18' Incident. More than 1,000 people from Jinshan Village, Chini Town, Huadu District participated. The unveiling ceremony of the bronze statue of General Song Shitai, an anti-Japanese general, was born in Jinshan Village, Chini Town, Huadu District. Lieutenant commander of the garrison area. During the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, General Song participated in and commanded many operations against Japan on the frontal battlefield. Among them, he was ordered to command the famous Nanxun Battle, which severely damaged the Japanese invaders and killed the Japanese major general's brigade leader Fan Fan. More than 500 officers and soldiers of Tsukakuni and his subordinates seized a batch of light and heavy weapons. General Ye Ting called and said: "The Battle of Nanxun, the Battle of Pingguan and the Great Victory of Taierzhuang are the three of them." When the Kuomintang launched a civil war in 1999, he asked him to come out again and appoint a high-ranking official, but he refused. The general’s subordinates reviewed the touching deeds of the general’s military life and fighting against the Japanese invaders, and warned today’s people that the Japanese army’s history of aggression against China must not be forgotten... In August 1985, the original sentence was revoked and rehabilitated.
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16. Lieutenant General Jin Yiwu 金亦吾 (1904-1951).
Also known as Changhua, a native of Beijing Mountain in Hubei. Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1930, he served as the third guerrilla commander of the Second Route Army of the Anti-Rebel Army and participated in the Central Plains War. In the summer of 1938, he served as the deputy director of the preparatory office of the Wuhan Branch of the Three People's Principles Youth League and the commander-in-chief of the field work. Commander of the 7th Column of Guerrilla, in 1941, he served as the deputy commander-in-chief and commander of the 2nd Column of the 6th Theater Command. After being captured by the Japanese in Xianning, Hubei in March 1943, he surrendered to the enemy. Returning to the Kuomintang troops, in 1948, he served as the major general of the 15th appeasement area, Gao Can, and later served as the lieutenant general of the 14th corps. He was executed in Beijing Mountain, Hubei.

17. Lieutenant General Wu Tinglin 武庭麟 (1892-1952).
Born in Qifeng, Yichuan, Henan. Graduated from Shaanxi Army Model School, Henan General School Workshop Phase 2, Central Military Academy Higher Education Class Phase 3, and Army University General Officer Class A Phase 2. In the spring of 1925, he served as the artillery regiment commander of the 2nd Division of the Shaanxi Army, and soon served as the brigade commander of the 3rd Brigade of the 2nd Division of the Shaanxi Army. In 1927, he served as the commander of the 8th Division of the 8th Front Army of the 2nd Army of the National Revolutionary Army. Temporary commander of the 11th Brigade of the 4th Division. In 1931, he served as the commander of the 190th Brigade of the 64th Division of the 15th Army and the Luoyang garrison commander. , served as lieutenant general in October, participated in the battle of Xinkou after the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, served as the commander of the 15th Army in October 1939, participated in the battle of central Henan and the battle of western Henan and northern Hubei, and served as the commander of the reorganized 15th division in June 1946, 1947 He was captured in Jia County, Henan Province on November 4, 2004. He was executed in Luoyang, Henan in 1952.

18. Lieutenant General Ouyang Zhen 欧阳珍 (1892-1950).
Born in Ziting, Jiangxi Duchang. Graduated from the second phase of the Baoding Military Academy. In 1929, he served as the head of the 1st Regiment of the Military Police. In 1931, he went to Japan to study the military police. He later served as the chief of staff of the 80th Division and the brigade of the 238th Brigade of the 80th Division. He served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 11th District (Shaanzhou) of Henan Province, and served as the county magistrate of Shanxian County. , returned to his hometown after the Huaihai campaign, and was executed in 1950 in the suppression of rebels.

19. Lieutenant General Chen Guangzhong 陈光中 (1897-1949).
Born in Guishan, from Shaoyang, Hunan. He was a bandit in western Hunan in his early years, and was later incorporated by the Hunan Army. In 1929, he served as the brigade commander of the 7th Independent Brigade and the commander of the Qing Suppression Column. In 1930, he served as the new 32nd division commander. He participated in the Central Plains War. In 1931, he served as the 63rd division commander. In the Battle of Songhu, he was dismissed and imprisoned in February 1938 due to ineffective combat. After his release, he returned to his hometown to live in idleness. In August 1949, he served as the county magistrate of Longhui County, Hunan Province, and served as the commander of the Chinese People's Anti-Communist Self-Defense Army. Hui was captured and executed on December 25 in Shaoyang, Hunan.

20. Lieutenant General Chen Hongmo 陈宏谟 (1906-1952).
Formerly known as Bin, from Neijiang, Sichuan. Graduated from the 5th Artillery Division of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 6th General Officer Class of the Army Infantry School. In July 1933, he was appointed as the major captain of the Henan Provincial Security Regiment. In May 1935, he was appointed as the lieutenant colonel's chief staff officer and the acting head of the 3rd Security Regiment of the Security Command of the Second District of Sichuan Province. In January 1937, he was appointed as the colonel of the special training class of the Central Military Academy. Captain, in July 1938, he was appointed as the Chief of Staff of the Military Committee of the 18th Army Major General, in February 1943, he was appointed as the Chief of the Advisory Section of the Military Committee, in January 1946, he was appointed as the Chief of the 9th Section of the 3rd Division of the 2nd Office of the General Staff Headquarters, and in October of Baxian County The commander of the regiment management area, in July 1949, he was appointed as the commander of the southern Sichuan division management area. In September, he was appointed as the lieutenant commander of the Independent 364th Division of the Southwest Military and Political Chiefs Office. On December 23, he was captured in Chongqing. In 1952, he served as Gao Can of the Southwest Military Region of the People's Liberation Army and was sentenced to death in 1952.

21. Lieutenant General Chen Chunlin 陈春霖 (1901-1951).
Si Di, born in Ziyang, Sichuan, was born on October 21, 1901. Graduated from the fifth phase of the political department of the Whampoa Military Academy and the fourth phase of the special class of the Army University. In 1932, he served as the head of the North China Anti-Japanese National Salvation Propaganda Brigade. In 1934, he served as the head of the Political Training Division of the 40th Army. In 1936, he served as the director of the Henan Provincial National Military Education Committee and the head of the Henan Student Training Corps. Director of the Military Training Department, in 1941, he was appointed as the Director of the Military Affairs Department of the Commander's Department of the 6th Theater Command and the Director of the Education Department of the Cadre Training Corps. In 1943, he was transferred to the Director of the Military Affairs Department of the Commander's Department of the Chinese Expeditionary Force and the Director of the Education Department of the Cadre Training Corps. In 1944 He served as the division commander of the 149th Division of the 44th Army. At the end of 1945, he served as the director of the personnel department of the Ministry of Military Affairs. In 1946, he served as the director of the Central Personnel Department of the Three People's Principles Youth League. Principal of the adjutant school, in April 1949, he served as lieutenant commander of the 44th Army. On December 24, he was captured in Pi County, Sichuan. On November 9, 1951, he was executed in the fight against the rebels.

22. Lieutenant General Luo Xianda 罗贤达 (1905-1950).
Born in Jiansan is from Changsha, Hunan. Graduated from the sixth phase of the Artillery Division of the Central Military Academy in Changsha. In October 1938, he served as the head of the 62nd Regiment of the 31st Brigade of the 18th Army. Deputy Division Commander and Director of the Political Department. In December 1943, he served as the major general of the 67th Division of the 86th Army. In June 1945, he was appointed as the commander of the 13th Division of the 66th Army. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the brigade commander of the 13th Brigade of the 66th Division. In July 1948, he was appointed as the reorganization. Lieutenant General of the 66th Division, commander of the 66th Army in September, was captured on April 29, 1949 in the defense of the People's Liberation Army crossing the river. In November 1950, he escaped from custody and was shot to death.

23. Lieutenant General Dai Bingnan 戴炳南 (1905-1949).
Born in Zhanheng, a native of Jimo, Shandong, was born on December 15, 1905. Graduated from the first phase of the senior class of the Northwest Military Academy, the first phase of the Army Infantry School, and the ninth phase of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy. He served as the battalion commander of the 1st Battalion, 158th Regiment, 79th Brigade, 27th Division of the 30th Army. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the Niangziguan War of Resistance. Regiment trained, in June 1943 served as deputy commander of the 30th Division of the 30th Army, deputy commander of the 30th Brigade of the 30th Division in May 1946, and commander of the 27th Brigade of the 30th Division in December 1947, September 1948 He served as the division commander of the 27th Division of the 30th Army. In November, he was promoted to lieutenant general of the 30th Army for secretly telling Yan Xishan about the Huang Qiaosong uprising plan. He was captured in the Battle of Taiyuan on April 24, 1949, and sentenced to death on July 8.

24. Lieutenant General Zhou Pan 周磐 (1893-1952).
The courtesy name is Toping, a native of Shaoyang, Hunan. Graduated from the 3rd Cavalry Division of the Baoding Army Officers School and the 1st Special Class of the Army University. In the early years, he served in the Hunan Army. In 1923, he served as the head of the 6th Regiment of the 2nd Division of the Hunan Army. In the autumn of 1926, he was appointed as the deputy division commander and head of the 1st regiment of the 1st Division of the 8th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. He participated in the Northern Expedition. In 1932, he served as the division commander of the 5th Independent Division. In June 1932, he served as a major-general of the Military Senate. In February 1934, he served as a senior staff member of the General Staff Headquarters. In the summer of 1936, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Military Officer Corps of the Central Military Academy Wuhan Branch, in the autumn of 1937, he served as the chief captain and education director of the 14th student corps of the Central Military Academy Wuhan Branch, and in the winter of 1939, he was appointed as the deputy director of the Second Branch of the Central Military Academy. In the winter of 1940, he served as the military Lieutenant General Director of the 4th Review Group of the Committee, Acting Director of the Second Branch of the Central Military Academy in the winter of 1942, retired after the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Shaoyang County Self-Defense Corps in April 1947, Deputy Commander of the 14th Corps in September 1948 In February 1949, he also served as the commander of the 122nd Army. In April, he served as the deputy director of the Hunan-Hubei Jiangxi Border Region Appeasement Office and the director of the Changde Command Post. In November, he served as the deputy director of the Hunan-Hubei-Jiangxi Border Region Appeasement Office and the director of the Kunming Office. He was captured in Kunming in 1950. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels.

25. Lieutenant General Huang Zhenzhong 黄镇中 (1898-1950).
Born in Pijiang, Dengyun, Jiangxi Ningdu. He joined the Red Army in 1929, and defected in the winter of 1930. In January 1935, he served as the head of the 30th Jiangxi Provincial Security Regiment. In November 1937, he served as the deputy commander of the 1st Guerrilla Detachment of the Military Commission Special Forces. In April 1938, he served as the 3rd theater. Brigade commander of the 33rd Independent Brigade. In the autumn of 1941, he served as a lieutenant-general of the commander's office of the 3rd Theater Command. He went to the Central Training Corps for training, and then resigned and returned to his hometown. Commander and deputy commander of the Ningdu Garrison Command, resigned the following autumn, served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 8th District of Jiangxi Province in November 1948, and served as the lieutenant commander of the Jiangxi Yuzhang Mountain Appeasement District in the spring of 1949. Jiangxi Cuiwei Mountain was captured. On January 26, 1950, he was executed in Ningdu, Jiangxi.

26. Lieutenant General Xu Jingjing 徐经济 (1897-1951).
Born in Lintong, Shaanxi Province, was born on December 6, 1897. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1930, he was appointed as the director of the 3rd branch of the Public Security Bureau of Shaanxi Provincial Capital. In 1931, he was appointed as the chief inspector of the Lanzhou Police Department. Deputy Commander, Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff of Shaanxi Provincial Air Defense Command in June 1938, Director of Security Department of Shaanxi Provincial Government in February 1939, and Chief of the 3rd Corps of the 4th Regiment of the Military Commission's Wartime Work Cadre Training Corps Captain, served as the deputy commander of the Shaanxi Provincial Security Command in the winter of 1941, and served as the temporary commander of the 54th Division in 1944. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he retired and returned to his hometown. In the spring of 1949, he served as the commander of the Taibai Garrison Area. In August, he was appointed as the commander of the 48th Division. In November The new 5th Army lieutenant general and director of the Southern Shaanxi Administration, was captured in Tongjiang, Sichuan on January 3, 1950. In 1951, he was executed in the suppression of the rebellion.

27. Lieutenant General Xia Jiong 夏炯 (1897-1950).
Born in Wenjiang, Sichuan. Graduated from Luzhou Jiangwu School. He served in the Sichuan Army for a long time. In 1925, he served as the captain of the 2nd Guard Brigade of the Sichuan Military Affairs Supervision Office. In 1934, he was appointed as the major general and brigade commander of the 1st Mixed Brigade of the 20th Army. In October 1937, he served as the deputy commander of the 20th Army. In January 1939, he served as the commander of the 133th Division of the 20th Army. He participated in the Battle of Nanchang and the 1st Battle of Changsha, participated in the 2nd and 3rd Battle of Changsha in 1941, and participated in the Battle of Hubei in 1943 In the West Battle and the Changde Battle, in 1945, he served as the director of the Guizhou Provincial People's Food Procurement Committee, and later served as the director of the Guizhou Provincial Highway Bureau. He was captured in Guanxian County, Sichuan, and executed on November 10.

28. Lieutenant General Hu Dongcheng 胡栋成 (1901-1950).
Also known as Dongchen, the number is Lizhong, a man of Xiuren in Guangxi. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the fourth phase of the special class of the Army University. In 1938, he served as the chief of staff of the 93rd Army. In 1939, he participated in the winter offensive operations. In December 1942, he was appointed as the deputy commander of the 93rd Army. In 1944, he participated in the Battle of Guiliu. Deputy Commander of the 46th Army, Chief of Staff of the 8th Appeasement Region in 1947, Deputy Commander of the Appeasement Command of the Qiangui Border Region in June 1949, accepted the reorganization of the People's Liberation Army in Xilong, Guangxi on December 27, and later participated in instigating the rebellion, 1950 He was killed by the People's Liberation Army in January.

29. Lieutenant General Bai Huizhang 柏辉章 (1901-1952).
Born in Jianru, from Zunyi, Guizhou. Graduated from the second phase of Guizhou Army Lecture Hall. In the early years, he served in the Guizhou Army. In 1927, he served as the head of the 6th Regiment of the 25th Army of the National Revolutionary Army and the commander of Qingxiang, Guizhou West Road. In 1929, he served as the county magistrate of Wuchuan County, Guizhou Province. Participated in the encirclement and suppression of the Red Army in Yunnan and Guizhou. In May 1935, he was appointed as the commander of the 102nd Division. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the Battle of Songhu and Wuhan. In March 1939, he participated in the Battle of Nanchang. , and also served as the Henglei garrison commander, participated in the 1st Changsha battle in September, served as the commander of the southern Gansu division in May 1943, was transferred to the deputy commander of the 88th Army in 1944, and served as a lieutenant general of the Ministry of National Defense in 1946. In November, he served as the deputy commander of the appeasement area in northern Guizhou, and was captured in Zunyi, Guizhou on November 24. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels.

30. Lieutenant General Zhong Zupei 钟祖培 (1890-1951).
Born in Zhixuan, Guangxi Gongcheng people. Graduated from Guangxi Army Accelerated School. In the autumn of 1923, he served as the commander of the 3rd column of the Dinggui Army. In March 1926, he served as the brigade commander of the 8th Brigade of the 7th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In February 1927, he served as the deputy commander of the 7th Army and the commander of the 3rd Division. In Shanghai, in 1929, he served as the commander of the new 8th Army. He was dismissed before the formation was completed. He later served as Lieutenant General of the 4th Army Headquarters. Commander and administrative supervisor of the Longzhou District Militia Corps. In 1938, he was appointed as the commander of the Pingle District Militia Corps. He soon resigned and lived in his hometown. In 1947, he was elected as a representative of the National University. He served as the commander-in-chief of the Anti-Communist National Salvation Army in January, organized a riot in January 1950, and was executed in Guilin on February 27, 1951.

31. Lieutenant General Gao Zhuozhi 高倬之 (1903-1952).
Born in Zhaohan, Shanxi Tianzhen people. Graduated from the first phase of the Shanxi Army Corps. He served in the Jin Army for a long time. He served as the head of the 393rd Regiment of the 197th Brigade of the 73rd Division. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the Battle of Xinkou. In 1938, he participated in the War of Resistance in Suinan. He later served as the Chief of Staff of the 73rd Division of the 35th Army. Major General of the 73rd Division of the Army, appointed as the commander of the 34th Army in December 1943, downsized in January 1946, appointed as the commander of the 73rd Division of the 39th Army, and served as the lieutenant commander of the 34th Army in early 1948, in Taiyuan on April 24, 1949 captured in battle. He was executed in Taiyuan in December 1952.

32. Lieutenant General Huang Zuxun 黄祖埙 (1900-1951).
Born in Bosheng, a native of Pujiang, Zhejiang, was born on October 16, 1900. Graduated from the second phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. He served as colonel of the 3rd Regiment of the Independent Brigade of the 1st Division. In September 1936, he served as the deputy commander of the 9th Division of the 2nd Army. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the deputy commander of the 21st Division of the 17th Army. Commander of the 46th Division of the Army, participated in the winter offensive in 1939, participated in the Battle of Jinnan in 1941, served as the deputy commander of the 27th Army in January 1942, and became the deputy commander of the 76th Army in April 1943. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as a reorganization. Lieutenant General of the 23rd Division, commander of the 27th Army in April 1949, commander of the 91st Army in June, and commander-in-chief of the Hexi garrison in September. In the early 1950s, he was captured in Lijiang, Yunnan. He was executed in Chongqing in September 1951.

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Re: List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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33. Lieutenant General Huang Zhisheng 黄质胜 (1882-1951).
He is a native of Lingshan, Guangxi. Graduated from Guangdong Lecture Hall. In December 1926, he served as colonel of the 28th Regiment of the 10th Division of the 11th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In October 1927, he was appointed as the Major General of the 24th Division of the 11th Army. In August 1934, he served as the director of the 19th Route Army Songhu Anti-Japanese War Disabled Soldiers' Rehabilitation Center. In August 1934, he was appointed as the director of the 3rd District of the 1st Army Reclamation District. At the end of 1938, he was appointed as the chairman of the Lingshan County Anti-Japanese Self-Defense Command Committee. In November 1939, he was appointed as the No. 3 Commander of the guerrilla zone, retired in 1946, served as the deputy commander of the 8th Qing Suppression Zone of Guangdong Province and the county magistrate of Lingshan County in January 1948, was arrested in Lingshan in June 1950, and executed in Lingshan on November 12, 1951.

34. Lieutenant General Song Tiantian 宋天才 (1880-1951).
He is a native of Song County, Henan Province. In 1920, he joined the Zhensong Army. In 1927, he served as the brigade commander of the 8th Brigade of the National Revolutionary Army. In 1930, he served as the commander of the 36th Division of the 6th Route Army of the 4th Front Army of the Anti-Chiang Allied Army. The commander of the 32nd Army, who was later downsized as the lieutenant general of the 75th Division of the 20th Route Army, concurrently served as the Nanyang garrison commander in 1931, and also served as the Zhangxia garrison commander after the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War. Senator, returned to his hometown to live, and later served as the chairman of the Song County Senate. In September 1947, he organized armed forces to fight the People's Liberation Army in Song County. After failing, he fled to Nanjing. On November 20, 1950, he was captured in Shanghai. He was executed in Song County.

35. Lieutenant General Li Benyi 李本一 (1903-1951).
Also known as Guang, born in Shankuan, Guangxi Rongxian. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy Nanning Branch and the first phase of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy. During the Anti-Japanese War, he served as colonel of the 1026th Regiment of the 513th Brigade of the 171st Division of the 7th Army. In December 1943, he was appointed as the commander of the 176th Division of the 48th Army. In May 1945, he was appointed as the commander of the 171st Division of the 7th Army. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the deputy commander of the 7th Army. In 1948, he was appointed as the reorganized 7th Division. The deputy commander of the 3rd Corps and the commander of the 7th Army was captured in Bobai, Guangxi on December 17. Executed in Hefei on March 5, 1951.

36. Lieutenant General Li Jilong 李继龙 (1898-1955).
Tujia, named Guangyan, styled Zhenhan, native of Changyang, Hubei. Graduated from the fifth phase of the Hunan Army Lecture Hall and the Special Class of the Army University. In 1942, he served as the deputy director of the Education Department of the 6th Theater Commander's Cadre Training Regiment, and later served as Major General Gao of the 6th Theater Commander's Department, and the leader of the Guangxi Provincial Cadre Training Corps. In 1944, he served as the chief of staff of the 77th Division of the 73rd Army. Acting chief of staff of Changsha Garrison Command, retired in 1947 to do business, served as a lieutenant general of the Ministry of National Defense in 1948, and served as deputy commander of the 79th Army in August 1949. He was captured in Xuanen, Hubei in October. He joined the Revolutionary Revolution in 1950, was arrested in 1953, and executed on December 8, 1955 for the crime of counter-revolution.

37. Lieutenant General Li Chuying 李楚瀛 (1905-1950).
His name is Zixu, and he is from Lianxian County, Guangdong Province, and was born on October 30, 1905. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the second phase of the General Officer Class of the Army University. He used to be the head of the 50th regiment of the 25th Brigade of the 9th Division. In 1933, he was the major general of the 247th Brigade of the 83rd Division. He participated in the Great Wall War of Resistance. After the battle, he was promoted to the commander of the 23rd Division of the 85th Army. In November 1940, he was appointed as the commander of the 85th Army. In January 1943, he was appointed as the deputy commander-in-chief of the 15th Army. He served as the deputy commander of the reorganized 26th Army in 1946, the 3rd division commander in June 1947, the deputy commander of the Songhu Garrison Command in 1948, and the Guangdong Province in May 1949. The 2nd District Administrative Inspector and Security Commander, who served as the commander of the new 9th Army in September, was captured in Lian County, Guangdong on December 18. On November 14, 1950, he was executed in Shaoguan, Guangdong.

38. Lieutenant General Yang Jie 杨垕 (1894-1953).
Is a native of Lingchuan, Shanxi Province. Graduated from the 5th Engineering Division of the Baoding Army Military Academy and the 7th Army University. In 1928, he served as the director of education of the Jinsui Army Officers' Training Corps. In 1932, he was appointed as the chief of staff of the Taiyuan Office of Appeasement. In 1940, he served as Lieutenant General Gao Can of the Military Commission in Xi'an, and in 1944, he served as Lieutenant General Gao Can, commander of the 1st Theater Region. In September, he was appointed Lieutenant General Gao Shen of the 1st Appeasement District, and in August 1949, he was appointed Lieutenant General Gao Shen of the Chengdu Garrison Command. He was arrested in Chengdu on March 30, 1953, and executed in Lingchuan, Shanxi in December.

39. Lieutenant General Yang Yongqing 杨永清 (1886-1950).
Dong nationality, formerly known as Zuoxian, courtesy name Boxuan, is a native of Zhijiang, Hunan. In July 1924, he served as the major general and brigade commander of the 17th Brigade of the 1st Division of the Hunan Army. In 1926, he served as the brigade commander of the 2nd Brigade of the Independent 2nd Division of the National Revolutionary Army. He participated in the Northern Expedition. He served as the major general of the 23rd Brigade of the 8th Division. He resigned and returned to his hometown. In 1930, he served as the chairman of the joint security maintenance committee of the upper counties in the upper reaches of Hunan. Temporary commander of the 13th Brigade of the Army. In May 1938, he served as a major-general of the Military Council of the Hunan People's Anti-Japanese Self-Defense Regiment. In 1939, he was appointed as a senior adviser to the Office of Appeasement of the Hunan-Hubei, Sichuan-Guizhou Border Region. Commander of the 3rd Column of Qing Suppression, he was appointed as a member of the Hunan Provincial Government in September, and in October as the commander-in-chief of the guerrilla headquarters in western Hunan. He was captured in Zhijiang on November 20, 1950, and executed on December 26.

40. Lieutenant General He Daxi 何大熙 (1904-1951).
No. Rongwu, from Changyang, Hubei. Born April 2, 1904. Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1937, he was appointed chief of staff of the 13th Division. He was later dismissed and returned to his hometown. He served as the lieutenant general education director of the Hubei Provincial Military and Political Cadre School. In August, he served as the first commander of the Hubei Appeasement Command. He was captured by the uprising troops in Changyang, Hubei on November 11, and executed in 1951.

41. Lieutenant General Zhang Zhuo 张卓 (1891-1951).
Named Yongde, courtesy name Shuda, from Taijiang, Guizhou. Graduated from the 13th term of the Japanese Army Sergeant School. He used to be an instructor of Yunnan Jiangwutang and Hunan Jiangwutang. He later served as chief of staff of the 6th Army and deputy division commander of the 28th Division. In September 1933, he served as the major general education director of the Army Infantry School. In 1939, he served as the Zunyi garrison commander. The lieutenant commander of the 1st Army also served as the commander of the Weitong Garrison Command. He participated in the Battle of Central Henan in 1944. In January 1945, he was appointed as the deputy commander-in-chief of the 29th Army. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the deputy director of the 7th branch of the Central Military Academy. Lieutenant General of the Office of Appeasement, Gao Shen, served as the commander-in-chief of the Guizhou Provincial Anti-Communist Self-Defense Training Corps in 1949. In November of the same year, he lurked in Zunyi before the liberation of Guiyang, and was executed in 1951.

42. Lieutenant General Yang Qinghai 杨清海 (1916-1951).
Yang Qinghai was born around 1916 in Xiaoshuang Castle, northwest of Changchun. He began to join the army at the age of 19 and served as a sergeant in many troops such as the security force, the Self-Defense Regiment, the National Anti-Japanese Armed Forces and the puppet army. In 1940, Yang led some of the puppet troops from the 30th Regiment of the Puppet Cavalry to surrender to the Anti-Japanese Forces and were active in Fujin and Hulin. Later, they crossed the Soviet border with the Anti-Japanese Army until the Japanese invaders surrendered. Yang joined the Chinese Communist Party during the Soviet era. In September 1945, Yang Qinghai came to Yilan with the liberation of the Northeast by the Soviet Red Army, and served as the deputy commander of the Fanglian Red Army Yilan City Defense, the commander of the Sanjiang People's Autonomous Army Yilan, the head of the 19th regiment, and the deputy of the fifth detachment of the Hejiang Military Region. Commander etc. After Yang Qinghai came to Yilan, he gradually went down the road of corruption. Wu Hantao, chairman of the Kuomintang Hejiang Province, and Li Tianmin, the receiving commissioner of Hejiang Province, carried out instigation work against Yang through Li Huatang. In September 1946, after Yang Qinghai went to the Hejiang Provincial Military Region to attend a meeting, the Provincial Party Committee and the Provincial Military Region decided to send Yang to Harbin to study. Yang believes that this move is not good for him, and he is dissatisfied. On October 8, 1946, Yang Qinghai, a national special agent Luan Fengwen lurking in the autonomous army, carried the Yilan County city defense map to Shichengzi and Li Huatang to secretly conspire to rebel. On the morning of the 10th, Yang Qinghai went to all the garrisoned locations in the city to inspect the defense forces of our army. At night, Yang led the guards to the headquarters of the county independence regiment, ready to get rid of several leaders, but failed because of our vigilance. After Yang Qinghai and his group left the Independence Regiment, they shot and wounded the patrolling soldiers of the Independence Regiment on the street, firing the first shot of the rebellion. After gunshots rang out in the street, Yang Yongshan (Yang Qinghai's nephew), deputy company commander of the sixth company of the second battalion of the Independent Regiment, shot and killed Wang Ping, the sixth company commander of the second battalion at the second battalion's station (now the inpatient area of ​​the Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital) according to a premeditated plan. Platoon leader Zhang Jianguo. Under the instruction of Yang Yongshan, Wang Huajian, the second battalion communications squad leader, shot and killed the second battalion battalion commander, Wang Zijun. At 9 p.m., Yang Qinghai came to the rebel camp and announced an official armed mutiny. The rebels joined the bandit army of Li Huatang who had entered the city, and attacked the first battalion station of our independent regiment (Nanda Camp), the regiment headquarters, the Public Security Bureau, the prison, and the county party committee, but they were unsuccessful, and they fled the county town in a panic overnight. After Li Huatang and Yang Qinghai met in the west mountain of Mudanjiang in the west of the city, they led their team to flee to the mountainous area south of Yilan. In mid-October, the Yang and Li bandits were dispersed by our 359 Brigade and the Yilan Independent Regiment. At the beginning of November, only 70 members of the Yang bandit team were surrounded in Yushugou. After fierce battles, our army killed more than 20 bandits and captured more than 50 bandits. Yang Qinghai fled to Shenyang to hide, and was arrested by Shenyang Public Security Bureau in August 1951. On September 28 of the same year, Fa-rectification took place in Shenyang.

43. Lieutenant General Zhang Naiwei 张乃葳 (1891-1950).
Is from Hu County, Shaanxi Province. Graduated from Baoding Army Accelerated School and Japanese Army Non-commissioned Officer School. In the first year of Xuantong's reign in the Qing Dynasty (1909), along with Chiang Kai-shek, Zhang Qun, He Yingqin, etc., he paid homage to Sun Yat-sen in Japan and joined the China Alliance. On the eve of the Wuchang Uprising in the 1911 year, Zhang responded to the call of the China Alliance, interrupted his studies, returned to China with Chiang Kai-shek and He Yingqin to participate in the armed anti-Qing struggle, and served as the deputy commander (deputy company commander) of the Wuchang New Army Headquarters. On the night of October 10th of the same year, when the new army attacked the Yamen of the Governor of Huguang, the rifles ran out. Zhang wielded a big sword and risked his death to kill and chop, and he was invincible. In 1912, he traveled eastward to Japan and completed his interrupted non-commissioned officer studies. In 1916, he returned to China and served as the battalion commander of the Shaanxi Model Camp. Later, at the appointment of his elder brother He Yingqin, he served as the tactical instructor of Jiangwutang in Guizhou and the chief of staff of the Fifth Mixed Brigade of the Guizhou Army. In 1923, recommended by Yue Weijun and Deng Baoshan, he served as the director of education and the principal of the Military Academy opened by Hu Jingyi in Zhangde (now Anyang). In the summer of 1924, he served as the first tactical and compiling instructor of the Whampoa Military Academy, and later served as He Yingqin's staff, participating in the quelling of the rebellion between Chen Jiongming, Yang (Ximin), and Liu (Zhenhuan). In 1925, when he led the Eighth Mixed Brigade to attack Zhang Zongchang, the commander-in-chief of the Allied Forces of Zhilu and Shandong, his mount was shot and fell into a deep valley. His ribs were broken and his body was bruised. In the autumn of 1926, He Yingqin launched the Battle of Nanjing Longtan, which laid the foundation for the victory of the Northern Expedition. Zhang Yi participated in the military operation, and repeatedly offered the strategy of "fake the real, the real and the virtual, advance and retreat, lure the enemy into confusion, lose the ground and quickly gather and destroy the enemy", annihilating Zhang Zuolin's tiger generals in one fell swoop. , Sun Chuanfang, commander-in-chief of the coalition of the five provinces, has 80,000 elite soldiers. The Northern Expedition was successful, and Zhang served as a senior staff officer of the National Government Military Commission and a member of the Central Committee. In 1929, Chiang Kai-shek decided to cut the vassals, and sent Zhang, He Yaozu, and Lin Bocui to Shaanxi to cut Feng Yuxiang's troops. When they arrived in Xi'an, Feng's army of 100,000 "received" him with a live-fire exercise that shook the sky, and detained Zhang in the silver number on Yandian Street in Xi'an to show his unyielding strength. Later, through the mediation of Yan Xishan, Zhang Shi escaped from Qin and flew to Nanjing via Taiyuan. Soon Chiang Kai-shek ordered Tang Shengzhi, Fang Dingying, and Yang Hucheng to crusade against Feng Jun, setting off the Central Plains War. In 1932, Zhang was appointed as deputy commander of the provisional Second Army and commander of the Xiangfan garrison. In 1933, he led his troops to "encircle and suppress" the revolutionary base areas in western Hunan and Hubei, and severely damaged the Red Army led by He Long and others. He was praised as a "model teacher" by He Yingqin and He Chengjun; in April 1935, he was awarded the rank of major general. On the eve of the Xi'an Incident, the newspaper reported: "Zhang Naiwei flew to Luoyang, and the chairman of the committee gave a face-to-face opportunity! He did not want to be at odds with Yang Yang, so he declined due to illness. In August 1937, Zhang led his troops to participate in the Battle of Songhu and defended Wusong. Thirty thousand soldiers were killed and wounded, and Zhang Zhi's left ear was also deaf. Chief of the General Staff of the Army and Commander of the Southern Shaanxi Division Management Area The following year, someone excavated an iron box of sand gold in Changlefang, Xi'an, and the police handed it over to the provincial government. Xiong Bin, who was then the chairman of the province and had a close personal friend with Zhang, went to Zhang's house to discuss countermeasures. In 1943, an agricultural scholar studying in France and director of the Liping Reclamation District Administration An Han accused Zhu Shaozhou, the commander of the Hanzhong garrison, of being "a humble and high-ranking position, a filthy political voice, and a lack of popularity." Zhu Ji framed An for planting poppies in the reclamation area and imprisoned him. Zhang Naiwei and Zhang Fengyi were filled with righteous indignation, severely criticized Zhu Zhi's atrocities, and called Yu Youren, the head of the Overwatch Council, intervened. Zhu Jing resisted Shangfeng's order, risked the world's injustice, and shot An Han. Zhang Ji sent a telegram to Chiang Kai-shek. The junior high school was established. Zhang Ji built a library building in the county in the name of his father Zhang Mengxiang, and donated 30,000 books in a joint venture with his younger brother Zhang Naihua. In 1944, Zhang served as the chairman of the military discipline inspection team in the war zone of the National Government Military Commission. The boat went to the Fifth War Zone along the Han River for inspection. When I left, I only brought a few oceans. The three meals on the boat were only porridge with thick grains, and no other dishes. Occasionally a sugar cake was regarded as a supreme delicacy. On the night of April 15th When they reached Shayang, Hubei (now Jingmen, Hubei), a huge wave suddenly came and overturned the boat. Fortunately, the shipmates on the left and right gave their lives to rescue, and they were able to escape. Years later, old friends Zhang Fengyi and Kou Xiaxun talked about the distress situation and their experience. At that time, Zhang said: "In ancient and modern times, at home and abroad, to become a great businessman, there must be great sacrifices. Sacrifice the ego to wake up the people of the country to follow me, try to use the Han River waterway, open up financial resources, rejuvenate the country and enrich the people, put Shaanxi elders and brothers on the table, and realize my original intention of investigating the Han River, then I can be said to be dead. Smiling Jiuquan is a kind of eternal happiness. "Returning from the inspection, he wrote "Instructions for Preparing the Yellow (River) Wei (River) Han River Shallow Ship", planning to dredge the Han River waterway and build 40 shallow-water ships to travel between the Huang, Wei and Han Rivers, in order to exhaust the cotton, coal and industrial products in Shaanxi. The benefits of luck. But the national disaster was at the forefront, the Kuomintang military and government bureaucrats only fought for personal interests and took care of the people's livelihood. In fact, the great plan of revitalizing Shaanxi could only be thrown in vain. As a result, he issued "The plan to stay in the air today, and weeping and sweating at night." After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, Zhang was promoted to lieutenant general of the army. Later, Zhang served as the councillor of the three provinces of Shaanxi, Gansu and Henan and the chief engineer of the Construction Department. As a chief engineer, there is no job to do; , then resigned from office and became the president of the Shaanxi Red Cross Society, a folk charity relief organization, talking about Zen and Taoism to comfort loneliness. In 1947, Chiang Kai-shek promoted him to the National Government Legislative Council, but he did not wish. Hu Zongnan once invited him to the same machine. He went to Nanjing to discuss matters, but was refused. In March 1950, he was executed by the Chengdu Military Control Commission.

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Re: List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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44. Lieutenant General Zhang Zhankui 张占魁 (1897-1954).
From Shangcai, Henan. In the early years, he served in the Northwest Army. In 1930, he served as the commander of the 2nd Cavalry Division of the 2nd Front of the Anti-Chiang Alliance Army. He participated in the Central Plains War. In 1941, he served as the commander of bandit suppression in Henan Province. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the anti-Japanese war in the northern section of Pinghan Road. In May 1941, he served as the commander of the 9th Division of the 3rd Cavalry Army. In June 1943, he served as the deputy commander of the 36th Army, and concurrently served as In 1945, he was appointed Lieutenant General of the Commander's Department of the 1st Theater Command, Gao Cang. In 1946, he was appointed as the brigade commander of the 4th Appeasement Area Appeasement Brigade and concurrently served as the commander of the 7th and 8th districts of Henan Province to suppress the Communist Party. In May 1949, he was in Nanjing. Captured and executed in Shangcai, Henan in 1954.

45. Lieutenant General Zhang Guoxun 张国勋 (1894-1951).
From Guizhou Suiyang. Graduated from Guizhou Jiangwutang. In 1935, he was appointed chief of staff of the 34th Independent Brigade. In 1947, he was transferred to the director of the No. 3 Correctional Institution for Honorary Soldiers of the Ministry of National Defense. In the autumn of 1949, he was appointed as the lieutenant commander-in-chief of the Bandit Suppression Headquarters in Sichuan, Yunnan and Qiankang. He was captured in Jiang'an, Sichuan on December 11 of the same year. Executed in 1951.

46. ​​Lieutenant General Yu Anmin 余安民 (1889-1950).
From Sichuan Chongqing. Graduated from the first phase of Baoding Military Academy. He served as the county magistrate of Dazhu County, Sichuan Province. In 1932, he served as the commander of the 1st Division of the 21st Army. In 1933, he served as the director of the Fuhe Protection and Commercial Department. In 1935, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the Fourth District (Meishan) of Sichuan Province. In 1938, he was transferred to the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 8th District of Sichuan Province (Youyang). Captured in Chengdu. Executed in December 1950.

47. Lieutenant General Zhang Jingwu 张经武 (1909-1955).
Formerly known as the whole army, Hubei Yicheng people. Graduated from the Northwest Army Cadre School. In 1931, he served as the acting brigade commander of the 97th Brigade of the 33rd Division. In 1932, he was dismissed and detained due to the failure of the siege and suppression of the Red Army. In June 1933, he was appointed as the advance commander of the North Road of the Chahar People's Anti-Japanese Allied Army. Instructor of the Nanyuan Military Corps, in May 1942, he was appointed Major General of the Commander's Department of the 5th Theater Command, Gao Can, in June 1942, he was appointed as the deputy division commander of the 1st Division, and he was dismissed in the spring of 1945 and returned to his hometown. He was dismissed and investigated. In December 1948, he was appointed as the commander of the Henan-Hubei border area's appeasement division. At the end of January 1949, he also served as the commander of the West Bank guerrilla command of the Central China Bandit Suppression Headquarters. The commander-in-chief of the army, the chief executive of the Sichuan-Shaanxi-Hubei border region, and the commander of the anti-communist army. 112 Zhang Baohua (1906-1953) Major General. Also known as Zhongmei, a native of Yicheng, Hubei. Graduated from the fourth phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. He used to be the colonel commander of the Enshi regimental district and the commander-in-chief of the 3rd Supplementary Training Division of the Military and Political Department. Sentenced to death in 1953.

48. Lieutenant General Lu Yinji 陆荫楫 (1888-1951).
From Panxian County, Guizhou Province. Graduated from Baoding Army Officer School Phase 1 Artillery Division and Army University General Officer Class B Phase 1. In 1920, he served as the head of the 3rd Mixed Brigade of the Guizhou Army. In 1927, he was appointed as the director of the military affairs department of the 4th Army. In 1934, he was appointed as the acting chief of staff of the 7th Army. In 1944, he served as the lieutenant general director of the General Affairs Department of the Military Training Department. In 1947, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 2nd District (Dushan) of Guizhou Province. In November 1949, he served as a member of the Guizhou Provincial Government. Executed in Guizhou.

49. Lieutenant General Xi Ziqiang 习自强 (1894-1952).
Courtesy name Jianfu, are from Lijiang, Yunnan. Graduated from the first phase of Yunnan Lecture Hall. In 1919, he was appointed colonel of the 5th Guards Regiment of the Yunnan Army; in 1921 he was appointed as the chief of staff of the 2nd Mixed Brigade of the Yunnan Army; He also served as the commander of the military police of the Yunnan-Guizhou Allied Forces. In 1925, he served as the major general of the engineering division of the military school of the Yunnan Army. In 1936, he was appointed as the chief of staff of the Yunnan-Guizhou Appeasement Office. In 1937, he was appointed as a research member of the National Government Constitutional Committee. In the same year, he served as a legislator. In October 1945, he was appointed as a consultant to the Yunnan Provincial Government. Gao Can, captured in Kunming in December 1949. He was executed in Lijiang on July 6, 1952. He was rehabilitated in September 1984 and his reputation as an insurgent was restored.

50. Lieutenant General Wang Chunhui 王春晖 (1900-1950).
From Hunan Xiangxiang. Graduated from the tenth period of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy. He used to be the deputy director of the Investigation Office of the Hunan Provincial Military Administration. In 1937, he served as the chief of the patrol police corps of the Transportation Control Bureau of the Military Commission. In 1944, he was appointed as the deputy commander-in-chief of the Zhongyi National Salvation Army. Lieutenant General Director and Brigade Commander of the 2nd Traffic Guard Brigade, was captured in Xiangtan, Hunan on December 24 of the same year. Executed on April 6, 1950.

51. Lieutenant General Wang Jixiang 王继祥 (1904-1950).
From Zhuji, Zhejiang Province. Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the fifth phase of the senior class of the Army Infantry School. He used to be a researcher of military science at the Army Infantry School. In 1938, he was appointed as the major general of the 20th Division of the newly-established 20th Division in the Office of Peace and Peace in Fujian. In early 1939, he was appointed as the commander of the 80th Division of the 100th Army. Temporary commander-in-chief of the 13th Independent Corps. He later served as lieutenant general of the 1st Column of the Shandong Appeasement Army and commander of Dezhou City Defense. He was captured in Dezhou, Shandong on June 10, 1946. After his release, he organized an armed confrontation with the People's Government on the eve of liberation, and was arrested and executed again in 1950.

52. Lieutenant General Wang Huisheng 王慧生 (1899-1950).
Ming Shulie, courtesy name Huisheng, Wangjiaxiang, Datong Road, Guiding County, Guizhou Province, nephew of Wang Wenxiang, wife of former Nationalist Government Minister He Yingqin, graduated from Guiding County Higher Primary School, Guizhou Provincial Middle School, Sichuan Chengdu Qiangguo Middle School, elected in 1916 He Yingqin and Wang Boling (then senior staff officers of the Guangzhou Base Camp, supervisors of the Guangdong Army Headquarters, and members of the Huangpu Military Academy Preparatory Committee) served as junior officers in the various armies of Guizhou to aid Sichuan, protect the country and protect the law. ) introduced to apply for the Whampoa Military Academy and participated in the Chinese Kuomintang. In May of the same year, he was admitted to the third team of the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. He served as the team's third sub-team leader, a member of the Sun Wenism Society, and the executive member and secretary of the Guangdong Branch of the Whampoa Alumni Association. Director of the Division, Executive Member of the Blood Flower Theatre Club of the Military Academy, and member of the Disciplinary Unit of the Whampoa Alumni Association. After graduating from the Military Academy, he went to He Yingqin to teach the First Regiment as a company commander and participated in the Eastern Expedition and the Northern Expedition. In the Battle of Huezhou, Huisheng and Chen Mingren, Chen Geng, Jiang Xianyun and other students from the first phase of Huangpu participated in the siege death squad. During the second Northern Expedition, Huisheng led his troops to the north and defeated Zhang Zongchang in southern Shandong. He was not afraid of the stubborn enemy. The first person planted the flag of the National Revolutionary Army in Jinan City, and made outstanding contributions to consolidate the revolutionary regime in Guangdong. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, Huisheng served as the major general of the 52nd Division of the National Revolutionary Army. He successively led his troops to participate in the Battle of Xuzhou and the Battle of Changsha. He was promoted to lieutenant general of Du Yuming's new Fifth Army, Commander Fu, Chairman Chiang Kai-shek and personally taught Zhongzheng Sword. After the end of the Anti-Japanese War, Huisheng was transferred to lieutenant general chief of staff of the Guizhou Provincial Military District Command, and a member of the Guizhou Provincial Assembly. After the liberation of Guiding in 1949, the remaining Kuomintang military and political personnel in 1950 continued to organize the "Anti-Communist National Salvation Army" to fight against the People's Liberation Army, attacking Guiding, Jiuzhi and other towns. Wang Huisheng was arrested by the People's Government in September 1950 due to the "political and historical issues" of the former Kuomintang army commander and was considered to be one of the figures who participated in the planning of the bandits to attack Guiding City.

53. Lieutenant General Deng Zichao 邓子超 (1899-1951).
Also known as Dezong, from is Qishan, Jiangxi Shicheng. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1934, he served as colonel of the 3rd Regiment of Jiangxi Provincial Security Bureau. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the Anti-Japanese War in Lushan. In 1941, he served as the administrative inspector and major general security commander of the 9th District of Jiangxi Province (Minshan). In December 1942, he was transferred to the 5th Jiangxi Province. District (Fuliang) Administrative Inspector and Security Commander, and concurrently served as the major general commander of the Poyang Lake Garrison Command, and later served as the second road commander of the Hunan-Hubei-Jiangxi Border Region. In April 1949, he served as the Jiangxi Provincial Security Command Major General Gao Can. Ganzhou was arrested and executed in January 1951.

54. Lieutenant General Gan Fang 甘芳 (1895-1951).
From Yanfeng, Yunnan. Graduated from the 6th Engineering Department of Baoding Military Academy. In 1924, he served as the brigade commander of the 6th Brigade of the Yunnan Army. In 1925, he participated in the military delegation of the National Revolutionary Army and went to the Soviet Union and Germany for military inspections. Instructor of regiment tactics, in 1929, he served as the chief of the engineering division of the Wuhan branch of the Central Military Academy. In 1931, he was appointed as the chief of staff of the 9th Army Lieutenant General. In early 1934, he was appointed as the administrative inspector of the Zunyi Special Area of ​​Guizhou Province. The director and chief of staff of the Yunnan-Guizhou Appeasement Office, retired in 1946, and later served as a councilor of the Yunnan Provincial Government.

55. Lieutenant General Shi Yuling 石毓灵 (1890-1951).
Also known as Youping, Kechen, from Huang'an, Hubei. Graduated from the fourth phase of the Baoding Army Officers School and the sixth phase of the Army University. In 1926, he served as the chief of staff of the 7th Army of the National Revolutionary Army, and participated in the Northern Expedition. In the winter of 1927, he served as the chief of staff of the 19th Army, and later served as the deputy commander and chief of staff of the 19th Army. In 1932, he served as the administrative inspector of the 6th district of Hubei Province and the county magistrate of Tianmen County. In 1937, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 3rd district of Hubei Province. In 1939, he served as the commander of the 1st guerrilla column of the 5th theater. Director of the Anti-Enemy Work Committee of the Hubei-Henan Border Region and the commander-in-chief of the Anti-Japanese Guerrilla Headquarters in Hubei and Central China, and concurrently the director of the anti-Japanese guerrilla military and political cadre training class in the Hubei-Henan Border Region. Lieutenant General and Deputy Head of the Group, served as Lieutenant General and Senator of the Military Senate in 1945, retired in 1946, served as the magistrate of Huang'an County, Hubei Province in September 1947, left in November, was captured in Hubei in 1949, December 26, 1951 In Huang An was sentenced to death.

56. Lieutenant General Tian Zailong 田载龙 (1894-1950).
Also known as Yushang, alias Zeng Wu, a native of Shimen, Hunan, born on March 3, 1894. Graduated from the second phase of the Whampoa Military Academy, the third phase of the Staff Class of the Army University, and the second phase of the General Officer Class of the Army University. In 1929, he served as a major general member of the Army, Navy, and Air Force Pension Committee of the Ministry of Military Affairs. Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Railways of the Government, Deputy Director of the General Office of the Southwest War Cadre Regiment of the Military Commission in 1937, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Communications of the National Government in 1939, retired in 1947, and in August 1949 served as the new 1st Division of the Appeasement Office of the Sichuan-Hunan-Hubei Border Region The division commander was captured in Changde in 1950 and executed in November of the same year.

57. Lieutenant General Bao Shanyi 包善一 (1877-1950).
From Jilin Kezuohou Banner. In 1931, he served as the commander of the 1st Army of the Puppet Inner Mongolia Autonomous Army. In 1932, he served as the commander of the Right Left Banner of the Puppet Manchukuo National Branch. He was dismissed in 1935. Commissioner, in March 1946 he was appointed as the major general commander of the Northeast Security Independent Detachment, in January 1947 as the commander of the 1st Detachment of the 71st Army, in July as the lieutenant general of the Northeast Cavalry Independent 1st Division, and in December as the lieutenant general of the Northeast Bandit Suppression Headquarters. , fled to Peiping in October 1948, was arrested in Shenyang in June 1949, and executed on March 3, 1950 at Keyouzuo Banner.

58. Lieutenant General Tang Yisheng 汤毅生 (1905-1953).
Born in Guangdong. Graduated from the fifth phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. He used to be the battalion commander of the 2nd Battalion, 5th Regiment, 120th Division, 60th Division of the 19th Route Army. He participated in the Songhu War of Resistance in January 1932, and participated in the Fujian Incident in November 1933. He served as the head of the 5th Regiment, 60th Division, 1st Army of the Fujian People's Government, 1936. In 1938, he served as the deputy division commander of the new 2nd Division Major General and the 3rd regiment head. In 1938, he served as the head of the 1st regiment of the Zhongyi National Salvation Army Teaching Group of the Jiangsu-Zhejiang Action Committee of the Military Commission. Head of the General Taxation and Police Corps of the Department and Head of the Staff Office of the Commander of the 7th Theater Command. In the spring of 1942, he served as the head of the 4th Taxation Police Corps of the Central Ministry of Finance. He also served as the director of the Anti-Smuggling Division of Guangdong Province. In the summer of 1945 The director of the 13th training class of the American Cooperation Institute, in March 1946, he was appointed as the commander of the 6th Traffic Police Corps, and in December 1947, he was appointed as the lieutenant commander of the Traffic Police Command. In June 1953, he was executed in the suppression of rebels.

59. Lieutenant General Liu Jin 刘进 (1906-1950).
A native of Youxian County, Hunan Province, was born on February 9, 1906. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. He served as the staff officer of the Servant's Room, the Chairman of the Military Commission. In September 1937, he served as the leader of the 2nd Team of the Servant's Room. In 1938, he was the commander of the 45th Division of the 27th Army. In 1943, he was appointed as the deputy commander-in-chief of the 24th Army Corps. He was forced to surrender to the Japanese army in May of the same year, and then fled back alone. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the commander-in-chief of the 21st Army Corps and the Baoji garrison commander. In 1948, he served as the Shaoyang garrison commander. In the spring of 1949, he served as the Changsha garrison commander. In June, he served as the deputy commander of the 1st Corps. He defected after participating in the Hunan Peaceful Uprising in August. He was captured in Chengdu in December and executed in Wuhan in early 1950.

60. Lieutenant General Liu Zhaodong 刘召东 (1905-1951).
Is from Huarong, Hunan. Graduated from the 24th term of the Japanese Army Sergeant School and the 13th term of the Army University. In early 1938, he served as Major General Gao of the 87th Army and Chief of Staff of the 199th Division. He participated in the Anti-Japanese War in Anhui. In the autumn of the same year, he was appointed as the Major General of the 20th Army Headquarters. In February 1943, he served as the chief of staff of the 20th Army Major General, and participated in the northern Myanmar war.

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Re: List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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61. Lieutenant General Liu Menglian 刘孟廉 (?-1950).
From Shaanxi Huazhou. Graduated from the fifth phase of the Whampoa Military Academy Engineering Division. In 1937, he was appointed colonel of the 4th Regiment of Shaanxi Provincial Security Bureau. In July 1939, he was appointed as a colonel and instructor of the 7th branch of the Central Military Academy. In March 1940, he was appointed as the head of the 327th Regiment of the 109th Division of the 16th Army. In September 1942, he was transferred to the 28th of the 90th Army. Deputy Division Commander, transferred to the 96th Army 177th Division Major General Deputy Division Commander in June 1943, served as the reorganized 38th Division 177th Brigade Major General in May 1946 Deputy Brigade Commander, in January 1947 served as the Shaanxi Provincial Security 2nd Brigade Major General Brigade Commander, 1948 In March 1949, he served as the major general and brigade commander of the 31st Brigade of the reorganized 27th Division. In September, he served as the deputy commander of the 38th Army and the 177th Division Commander. In August 1949, he served as the lieutenant general of the 27th Army. The commander-in-chief of the 3rd Route of the Anti-Communist National Salvation Army was captured in the Leima Ping'e area of ​​western Sichuan in June and executed in September.

62. Lieutenant General Liu Bangjun 刘邦俊 (1891-1950).
Native of Jianyang, Sichuan. Graduated from the 3rd term of Army University. In 1923, he served as the deputy chief of the Sichuan Military Supervisory Office and the director of the Hannan Sichuan Army Transfer Office. In 1927, he served as the first division commander of the Sichuan-Shaanxi Frontier Defense Army. Chang, in October 1933, served as the commander-in-chief of the 6th Road of the Sichuan Bandit Suppression Headquarters, was dismissed in 1935, and later served as a lieutenant general of the Military Senate. Member of the Standing Committee of the Civil Self-Defense Committee of Jianyang County. In November 1949, he participated in the organization of the Anti-Communist National Salvation Army. After being captured in 1950, he was executed in Jianyang.

63. Lieutenant General Liu Bingzhe 刘秉哲 (1905-1950).
The word Zhongwu, the number Shuhuan, was born in Suqian, Jiangsu. Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. He served as the deputy commander of the 52nd Division of the 25th Army, and the commander of the 52nd Division of the 25th Army at the end of 1939. In 1940, he served as the deputy commander-in-chief of the 2nd guerrilla zone of the 3rd theater. Commander of the headquarters, he was also a member of the Jiangsu Provincial Government and director of the Jiangnan Administrative Office. In 1946, he was appointed Lieutenant General Gao of the Xuzhou Appeasement Office, and later he was the commander of the North Jiangsu Division. The commander of the 28th Army, who blocked the PLA on the Yangtze River in April, fled to Shanghai after being defeated, and was captured in Shanghai on June 10. On November 7, 1950, he was executed in Suzhou for escaping from custody.

64. Lieutenant General Liu Peixu 刘培绪 (1894-1954).
Is from Shahe, Hebei. Graduated from the sixth phase of the Baoding Army Military Academy and the first phase of the special class of the Army University. In September 1924, he served as the head of the 16th regiment of the 8th Brigade of the 4th Division of the 2nd Army of the National Army. In 1926, he served as the major general of the 27th Brigade of the 14th Division of the Direct Army and the director of the Hanyang Arsenal. In January 1927, he served as the commander of the 1st Division of the Henan Defense Army. In April, he was appointed as the commander of the 14th Division of the Fengjun Army and the counselor of the lieutenant general of the Zhilu coalition army. In 1928, he was appointed as the lieutenant general counselor of the 3rd Group Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In the autumn of the same year, he was appointed as the guerrilla commander in western Henan. In December, he was appointed as the commander of the 26th Division of the National Rescue Army. He followed Tang Shengzhi to fight against Chiang Kai-shek. In May 1931, he served as the brigade commander of the 37th Independent Brigade. In 1935, he served as the lieutenant general of the 40th Division. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the war of resistance in Shanghai. In April 1938, he served as the lieutenant general of the Military Commission. In May 1939, he went to Shanghai to join the Wang puppet, and served as the deputy education director of the Wang puppet officer training regiment. In March 1940, he served as a member of the puppet military committee and deputy general of the staff. In July, he served as the education director of the puppet Central Military Academy. In February 1941 Yue got in touch with the Kuomintang military commander and plotted to blow up Wang Jingwei. He was dismissed because of the incident. In June, he was appointed as the commander of the 2nd Army. He was dismissed in February 1943. In business, in the spring of 1947, he got in touch with the underground staff of the Communist Party of China in Beiping, and organized the North China Democracy Promotion Association to engage in anti-Chiang activities. After secretly supporting the robbery activities in Peiping, he was arrested in 1951 and executed in Peiping in 1954.

65. Lieutenant General Wei Suzhong 危宿钟 (1888-1951).
A native of Pingxiang, Jiangxi. Graduated from the second phase of the Baoding Military Academy. In 1926, he served as the head of the 34th regiment of the 2nd division of the 8th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In the spring of 1927, he was appointed as the deputy commander of the 3rd division of the 35th Army. In October, he was appointed as the commander of the 21st Independent Division of the 4th Army. In January, he served as the brigade commander of the 156th Brigade of the 52nd Division. In December, he served as the deputy commander of the 15th Division and the brigade commander of the 44th Brigade and the provincial capital garrison commander of Hunan Province. Gao Shen, Lieutenant General of the Land, Sea and Air Command, served as the chairman of the Pingxiang Branch of the Party and Government Committee of the Land, Sea and Air Command in 1931, the county magistrate of Pingxiang County and the head of the county security regiment. In 1932, he served as the director of the Western Jiangxi Security Department. He served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the Second District of Jiangxi Province. In 1936, he served as the deputy commander-in-chief of the Bandit Suppression Headquarters in the Hunan-Hubei-Jiangxi Border Region. Deputy Education Director of the training class, retired in November 1945, and served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 5th District of Jiangxi Province in 1946. In July 1949, he was captured in Yichun, Jiangxi. He was executed in 1951 for absconding while on medical parole.

66. Lieutenant General Ruan Qi 阮齐 (1902-1951).
Also known as Guantong, No. Zhongxian, from Huangpi, Hubei. Graduated from the second phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1932, he served as Colonel and Director of the Political Training Division of the Military Commission's Training Director Department, and later served as Major General of the Military Commission's Office of Appeasement in Hubei Province. In May 1941, he was appointed as the commander of the 197th Division of the 99th Army. In 1943, he was appointed as the commander of the 32nd Division of the 86th Army. In June 1945, he was appointed as the deputy commander of the 66th Army. He later served as director of the Wuhan Xingyuan Information Office, member of the Hubei Provincial Government and deputy commander of the Hubei Provincial Military Administration. In July 1949, he served as the deputy commander of the Hubei Appeasement Command. In 1951, he was executed in the suppression of the rebellion.

67. Lieutenant General Yan Renyi 颜仁毅 (1892-1952).
Also known as Zhenggang, courtesy name Yizhi, a native of Hengyang, Hunan. Graduated from the third phase of the Baoding Military Academy. In the early years, he served in the Guangdong Army. In 1925, he served as a military instructor of the Hengyang Police Station. In June 1926, he was appointed as the commander of the 4th Division of the 8th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. He participated in the Northern Expedition. In January 1930, he served as the brigade commander of the 157th Brigade of the 53rd Division of the 4th Army. In April 1930, he served as the commander of the 8th Army of the 4th Army. Deputy division commander and head of the 70th Regiment, intercepted the Red Army in northern Guangxi. In October 1937, he was appointed Lieutenant General of the 21st Army Group. The 5th theater commander, Lieutenant General Gao Shen, resigned and returned to his hometown to live alone. In May 1949, he was appointed as the deputy commander of the Hengyang Garrison Command, in June he was appointed as the commander of the Hengchen Garrison Command, and in August he was appointed as the commander of the 4th new 7th Army. , left to go to Guilin in October, and was captured by Xiao Dong in Guangxi on December 7. He was repatriated to his home country in February 1950 and sentenced to death in March 1952.

68. Lieutenant General Liao Zhuoru 廖卓如 (1894-1951).
Aliases Shiqiao, from Jiangxi Xiuhui. Graduated from the Qinghe Army Preparatory School, Baoding Army Accelerated School Engineering Division, and the 14th Engineer Division Chinese Class of the Japanese Army Non-commissioned Officer School. He has successively served as an instructor of Jianguo Jiangjun Martial Arts School, a major captain of the sergeant's teaching team, and a major tactical instructor of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1926, he joined the army in the Northern Expedition and served as colonel of the engineer corps directly under the General Headquarters of the National Revolutionary Army, and the engineer commander of the General Headquarters of the Eastern Route Army of the Northern Expedition. In the spring of 1932, he served as the director of education at the Nanjing Central Army Infantry School. In October 1936, he was awarded the major general of the army. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War. He served as a major general tactical instructor at the Army University, the education director of the Second Branch of the Central Infantry School, the lieutenant general of the Jiangxi Provincial Security Department, and the deputy commander of the Jiangxi Provincial Security Department. In July 1947, he was awarded the lieutenant general of the army, and he retired and returned to his hometown at the end of the same year. In 1951, he was executed in the suppression of the rebellion.

69. Lieutenant General Liao Shiqiao 廖士翘 (1892-1951).
Is a native of Jiangxi Xiuhui. Graduated from the Engineering Department of the Baoding Army Accelerated School and the 14th Engineering Department of the Japanese Army Non-commissioned Officer School. In 1925, he served as a major tactical instructor at the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1926, he served as the head of the engineer regiment directly under the National Revolutionary Army General Headquarters and the engineer commander of the East Road Army. He participated in the Northern Expedition. Infantry school major general education director, in July 1934 served as the head of the Jiangxi provincial government security department, and concurrently served as the commander of the Jiangxi-Fujian border area, participated in the encirclement and suppression of the Red Army, in 1938 served as the commander of the Poyang Lake Garrison Command, participated in the battle of Wuhan, May 1945 He served as the deputy commander of the Jiangxi Provincial Security Command. He retired and returned to his hometown in 1947 and founded the Qiaocai Middle School. In May 1949, he led the students to welcome the PLA, and registered with the PLA Military Control Commission to hand over the stored weapons. In 1951, he was executed in the suppression of the rebellion.

70. Lieutenant General Liao Ze 廖泽 (1890-1952).
Is from Jiangjin, Sichuan. He served in the Sichuan Army for a long time. In 1928, he served as the commander of the 5th Division of the 20th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In 1930, he served as the brigade commander of the 3rd Brigade of the Model Division of the 21st Army. In 1936, he was appointed as the Major General of the Sichuan Rehabilitation Supervision Office, Gao Counselor. In October 1937, he was appointed as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 15th District of Sichuan Province. In 1940, he was appointed as the Lieutenant General of the Military Senate. The commander of the 2nd Army of the Anti-Communist People's Army at the headquarters was arrested in Chongqing in 1951 and executed in 1952.

71. Lieutenant General Yu Yingqi 喻英奇 (1907-1950).
A native of Baojing County, Hunan Province, he went to Guangzhou to study at the age of 12. Later, he was admitted to the Guangdong Provincial Police Academy and Xijiang Wushu Hall. After graduation, he served as a police inspector. Soon he was transferred to the Yu Hanmou Department of the Guangdong Army as a platoon commander. During the campaign against Chen Jiongming in the Eastern Expedition, he was promoted to captain and company commander, and later to major battalion commander. Yu Hanmou greatly appreciated Yu. In the 22nd year of the Republic of China (1933 AD), Yu Yingqi went to Fenghuang to join Chen Quzhen's department and served as a major squadron commander of the officer brigade. He was soon transferred to the third battalion of the New 34th Division Teaching Regiment. head. In the 24th year of the Republic of China, Chen Quzhen stepped down and the army was reorganized, and Yu Yingqi returned to Guangzhou to serve as the colonel head of the Yu Hanmou Department. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, Yu Yingqi, as the head of the 56th Regiment of the 160th Division of the 66th Army, went north to resist Japan and participated in the defense of Songhu for two months. The eighth brigade major general and brigade commander then led his troops to participate in the defense of Nanjing, and on December 5, he first exchanged fire with the Japanese in Tangshan, outside Nanjing, and fired the first shot of the defense of Nanjing. After the Nanjing Defense War, Jiang Zhongzheng summoned Yu Yingqi in Wuhan, asked about the battle wounds, and awarded 10,000 silver dollars. . After that, Yu Yingqi was transferred to be the commander of the independent brigade major general, and he fought the Japanese aggressors in the south of Jiangxi and Bao'an in Guangdong. In 1940, Yu Yingqi went to Chongqing Army University to study in the fifth term of the general officer class. After graduation, he entered the China-India-Myanmar Tactical School for training. Later, he was transferred to the deputy commander of the major general of the northern Guangdong division, and soon he was transferred to the commander of the major general of the Guangdong Hailufeng garrison, and the commander of the 321st division. On November 30, 1949, Yu Yingqi was captured in the Battle of Lianjiang and executed in Shantou in 1950.

72. Lieutenant General Su Tingxun 粟廷勋 (1891-1950).
A native of Lingchuan, Guangxi. Graduated from Guangxi Army Accelerated School. He served in the Guangxi Army for a long time. He served as the head of the 132nd Regiment of the 44th Division of the 15th Army of the 4th Army. In 1934, he encircled and suppressed the Red Army in Guangxi. Division commander, in May 1940, he was appointed as the commander of the 173rd Division of the 84th Army. In April 1942, the division was transferred to the 7th Army. In August 1943, he served as the deputy commander of the 84th Army and the commander of the Yonglong Division. In 1948, he was appointed as Guangxi. Provincial 8th District Administrative Inspector and Security Commander. In April 1949, he served as chief of staff of the 10th Corps. In December of the same year, he was captured in Longzhou, Guangxi, and executed in 1950.

73. Lieutenant General Han Qigong 韩起功 (?-1951).
A native of Xunhua County, Qinghai Province, he served as the battalion, regiment, brigade, division and army commander of the Kuomintang Ma Bufang. In 1936, when he served as the deputy commander of the 100th Division of Ma Bufang Army and the brigade commander of the 300th Brigade, he colluded with local tyrants, evil gentry and local ruffians to organize 11 landlord armed militia groups and 1 business group (a total of 43 teams, 99 teams, and 363 classes) There were more than 8,000 officers and soldiers, distributed in Minle, Zhangye, Linze, Shandan and other places. They cooperated with Ma Bufang's troops to stop the westward advance of the Red Army's West Route Army, and searched, managed and killed the captured Red Army personnel. In December 1936, the Red Army's West Route Army was blocked by Han Qigong and other infantry cavalry regiments, as well as the pistol regiment, Qinghai gendarmerie regiment and militia regiment sent by Ma Bufang from Xining in the Hexi Corridor. Han Qigong mobilized 40,000 to 50,000 Zhangye militiamen to besiege, intercept, and pursue the Red Army in Shandan, Gaotai, Zhangye, Linze, Sunan and other places. The Red Army personnel found in the search were executed by shooting, cutting, burying alive, shelling, burning, hanging by ropes, picking their throats, cutting their heads, etc. The methods were cruel and rare in the world. Four or five thousand Red Army personnel were buried alive in Dongjiao Field and Han Qigong Garden in Zhangye City. In August 1949, Han Qigong recruited soldiers three times in Linxia and other places, arresting nearly 20,000 people. Killed 26 progressives and innocent young people on suspicion of the Communist Party. When the People's Liberation Army liberated Linxia, ​​Han Qi's troops stubbornly resisted, refused to surrender, fled to Jiuquan, and reported to the local garrison. During the custody of the Linxia military division, he attempted to escape. After being transferred to the Linxia Branch in November 1950, he actively instigated and organized prisoners to riot. He planned to kill the guards first, then grab the gun and escape from the prison, continuing to fight against the people. In March 1951, the Linxia Branch of the Gansu Provincial People's Court sentenced Han Qigong to death for the crime of counter-revolution.

74. Lieutenant General Han Buzhou 韩步洲 (?-1954).
From Shanxi Fanzhi. Graduated from Taiyuan Northern Military Academy. He served as the chief of staff of the 1st Cavalry Corps. In 1940, he served as the brigade commander of the 3rd Independent Brigade of the 2nd Theater. In April 1942, he served as the commander of the 46th Division of the 43rd Army. In April 1943, he served as the second guerrilla column of the 2nd theater. Commander, deputy commander of the 43rd Army in June 1944, commander of the 5th Army of the Shanxi Provincial Defense Army after the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, commander of the 38th Division of the 33rd Army in January 1946, and the 33rd Army in August 1948 General Commander, captured in the Battle of Taiyuan on April 24, 1949. Executed in Beijing in 1954.

75. Lieutenant General Jiang Zaizhen 蒋在珍 (1896-1952).
Is from Tongzi, Guizhou. Graduated from the second phase of the Guizhou Army Lecture Hall and the sixth phase of the special class of the Army University. In 1932, he served as the commander of the 3rd Division of the 25th Army. In April 1935, he was appointed as the commander of the new 8th Division. He participated in the containment of the Red Army in Guizhou. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he led the troops to fight against Japan in Henan. Deputy commander, then resigned and returned to his hometown. In November 1949, he served as the deputy commander of the Qianbei appeasement area. On November 24, he participated in the uprising in Zunyi, Guizhou. Later, he served as deputy director of the Guizhou Zunyi Bandit Suppression Committee. In 1952, he was executed for organizing a rebellion.

76. Lieutenant General Duan Shuhua 段树华 (1888-1953).
Was born in Lingchuan, Shanxi Province. Graduated from the seventh phase of Baoding Military Academy. He served in the Jinsui Army for a long time. In the spring of 1928, he served as the commander of the 15th Division of the Jinjun Army. In the same year, he was appointed as the commander of the 107th Brigade of the 36th Division. In 1930, he served as the commander of the 10th Division of the 4th Army of the 6th Route Army of the 3rd Front Army of the Anti-Chiang coalition and participated in the Central Plains War. Later, he served as the brigade commander of the 209th Brigade of the 19th Army. In October 1937, he served as the commander of the 72nd Division of the 61st Army. He participated in the Xinkou War of Resistance. In 1943, he was appointed as the lieutenant general director of the military ration supervision and transportation office of the 2nd theater. In 1946, he was appointed as the military law director of the 2nd theater. In 1947, he was appointed as a member of the Shanxi Provincial Council. The head of the fortification team of the Office was arrested in Taiyuan in 1952 and executed in Lingchuan, Shanxi in April 1953.

77. Lieutenant General Liang Shunde 梁顺德
Deputy director of the heavy artillery training class of the Army General Headquarters, was suppressed in 1952 and rehabilitated in 1984.

78. Lieutenant General Chen Yinglong 陈应龙 (1897-1951).
Is from Wenchang County, Hainan. In the early years, after graduating from Wenchang County Tan Shen Higher Primary School and Guangzhou Middle School, he served as the administrator of the Kuomintang Guangzhou First District Comfort Association and the secretary of the Qiongya Liu Provincial Association. In May 1924, he was admitted to the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. After graduating in November, he was assigned to the Whampoa Military Academy Teaching Corps and the First Army of the National Revolutionary Army as platoon, company and battalion commander. . In 1926, he joined the army in the Northern Expedition and was promoted to lieutenant colonel and colonel of the Second Division of the First Army. In 1928, he joined the army in the second Northern Expedition and served as colonel of the 26th Regiment of the Second Division of the First Army. In July of the same year, the reorganization of the army after the Northern Expedition was completed, and he is still the commander of the 26th Brigade of the Ninth Division. He participated in the Central Plains War and was promoted to the commander of the 26th Brigade. In 1933, he led his troops to participate in the fourth encirclement and suppression of the Central Soviet Area. In the winter to the beginning of 1934, he transferred Fujian to participate in the siege of the 19th Route Army, and then participated in the fifth encirclement and suppression of the Soviet area. In 1934, he was transferred to the chief of staff of the division headquarters. In March 1936, he was awarded the army major general. In May 1937, he was promoted to the deputy commander of the ninth division. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the Battle of Songhu, the Battle of Xuzhou, and the Battle of Wuhan. In May 1938, he was promoted to the deputy commander of the Second Army and the commander of the Ninth Division. Later, he led his troops to participate in the battle of southern Guangxi and the battle of Zaoyi in western Hubei. In 1941, he was transferred to lieutenant general of the Third Supplementary Training Division of the Military Commission. At that time, due to a conflict with Li Hanhun, the chairman of the Guangdong Provincial Government, he was sentenced to prison by a military court on the charge of "forming a party for personal gain and plotting evil". After being released from prison, he left office and went into business. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he went to Shanghai. In 1948, he returned to his hometown with his family and founded Wenchang Wenxi Middle School, which was praised by the parents of his hometown. In 1951, he was arrested and executed in the suppression of rebellion. In the 1980s, he was rehabilitated, declared innocent of murder, and erected a monument on the lawn next to Wenxi Middle School, which he founded, to commemorate him.

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Re: List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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Major Generals

1. Major General Pei Yuanjun 裴元俊 (1914-1951).
Hou Sheng, born in Chengdu, Sichuan. Graduated from the 9th Artillery Division of the Central Military Academy and the 16th of the Army University. In 1942, he served as the head of the 373rd Regiment of the 125th Division of the 47th Army, and later served as the Director of the 1st Division of the 2nd Department of the Ministry of National Defense. In February 1949, he was appointed as the Major General of the 125th Division of the 47th Army. On December 21, he participated in the uprising in Shifang, Sichuan. In 1951, he was executed in the suppression of the rebellion. later rehabilitated.

2. Major General Xie Lingshi 谢灵石 (1902-1952).
Alias ​​Yungen, a native of Jianyang, Sichuan. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as a major general of the Xinjiang Dihua Garrison Command. In 1949, he participated in the peaceful uprising in Xinjiang, and then returned to his hometown to settle down. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

3. Major General Lu Jian 鲁坚 (1910-1951).
From Hubei Zhijiang. In 1942, he served as the chief of the 3rd section of the Secretariat of the Hubei Provincial Training Committee. In 1949, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 6th District (Yichang) of Hubei Province. In the autumn of the same year, he served as the major general commander of the Fifth, Chang, and Peak Command Posts of the Hubei Appeasement Command. , surrendered in Enshi, Hubei on December 4. Later, he served as the counselor of the Enshi People's Administration and the manager of the trading company in Hubei Province. He was executed in August 1951, and was rehabilitated in July 1981, and his status as an insurgent was restored.

4. Major General Chu Huaili 褚怀里 (1897-1951).
Is from Nanzhao, Henan. Graduated from the tenth class of the senior class of party and government of Beijing Law and Political University and the Central Training Corps. In 1930, he served as the director of the Political Department of the 2nd Division of the 12th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. He later served as the county magistrate of Anxin County, Neihuang County, Ji County, Linying County and Lushan County in Henan Province. In February 1944, he was appointed as the 6th District of Henan Province. (Nanyang) Administrative inspector and security commander. In 1947, he was appointed as the major general of the 1st Division of the 1st Army. In October 1948, he was appointed as the commander of the 16th Column of the 13th Appeasement District. He served as Major General of the 19th Corps and Deputy Director of the Henan Provincial Military and Political Cadre Training Course. On December 26, he participated in the uprising in Bazhong, Sichuan. He was executed in Nanyang, Henan Province in March 1951, and was rehabilitated in 1980 to restore his status as an insurgent.

5. Major General Cai Hongfan 蔡洪范 (1901-1951).
Is from Yucheng, Henan. Graduated from the fourth phase of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy and the second phase of the general officer class of the Army University. In 1917, he joined Feng Yuxiang's 16th Mixed Brigade as a soldier. In 1927, he served as the head of the 104th Regiment of the 36th Brigade of the 18th Division of the 2nd Army of the National Revolutionary Army. Later, he served as the brigade commander. In 1933, he joined the Chahar People's Anti-Japanese Allied Army. In 1935, he served as a member of the Military Committee. In 1938, he returned to his hometown to organize anti-Japanese armed forces and served as the county magistrate of Yucheng County, Henan Province. In August, he was appointed as the commander of the 3rd Corps of the Security Command of the Second District of Henan Province and the county magistrate of Yongcheng County, Henan Province. In 1939 In the summer of 2016, he joined the Japanese and puppet troops and served as the deputy commander of the 3rd Division of the Puppet Loyalty and National Salvation Army. In October 1940, he served as the commander of the 26th Division of the newly-formed 7th Army. In August 1943, he was appointed as the deputy commander of the newly-formed 7th Army. In June 1945, he served as a member of the Ministry of National Defense, in September 1948, he served as the brigade commander of the 5th Brigade of the 4th Appeasement District and the county magistrate of Yucheng County. In June 1949, he revolted in Lingbao, Henan. He later served as a staff member of the Second Working Group of Xi'an Municipal People's Government. He was executed in Yucheng in 1951, and the original sentence was revoked and rehabilitated in 1983.

6. Major General Pan Zhuangfei 潘壮飞 (1898-1950).
Also known as Shaowu, a native of Qianyang, Hunan. Graduated from the second phase of Guizhou Army Lecture Hall and the higher education class of the Central Military Academy. In the early years, he served in the Hunan Army. In February 1927, he served as the head of the 7th regiment of the 36th Army of the 4th National Revolutionary Army. In April 1929, he served as the head of the 2nd regiment of the 53rd Division of the 4th Army. In 1933, he served as the training member of the Nanchang Xingying Major General. In the autumn of 1934, he served as the Guizhou Bandit Suppression Inspector Special Commissioner of the Military Commission. In 1935, he served as the Major General of the Chongqing Staff Group of the Military Committee. Major General Gao Shen of the Border Region Appeasement Office. In August 1937, he was appointed Major General of the Jiang Defence Army Command of the 3rd Theater Command, and concurrently served as the Deputy Commander of the Second Defense Line of Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces. In 1938, he was appointed as a major general member of the Inspection Committee of the Military Commission. In 1939, he was appointed as the deputy director of the Yunnan-Guizhou Appeasement Deputy Director's Office. Representative, in May 1949, he served as the deputy commander of the 3rd Column of the Changsha Appeasement Office and the deputy commander of the Zhijiang Garrison Command. On October 14, he surrendered in Xinhuang, Hunan. He was executed in 1950 and rehabilitated in 1980, and his reputation as a defector was restored.

7. Major General Pan Guoping 潘国屏 (1899-1950).
Also known as Feng Ming, a native of Le'an, Jiangxi Province. Graduated from the third phase of Whampoa Military Academy and the Japanese Army Infantry School. In December 1933, he was appointed as the leader of the Automobile Brigade of the 2nd Regiment of the Traffic Corps. In October 1936, he was appointed as the chief instructor of the Army Jiaoyi School. He was captured by the Japanese in Lunan in the autumn of 1943, and escaped in the autumn of 1944. In December, he served as deputy director of the Political Department of the 5th Theater. He retired in December 1945. The county magistrate of Feng County surrendered in Le'an, Jiangxi on October 23. He was executed in 1950 and rehabilitated in 1981 to restore the reputation of the insurgents.

8. Major General Jiao Dati 焦达梯 (1903-1952).
The name is Daosong, a native of Liuyang, Hunan. In 1920, he joined the Kuomintang, and from 1921 to 1923, he entered the Renminsha Civilian University. In 1924, he was admitted to the first phase of the Whampoa Sixth Army Military Academy. After graduation, he served as the platoon leader of the fourth-phase enlisted student regiment of the military academy, the company commander, battalion affiliate, and battalion commander of the 17th Division of the Sixth Army, and the leader of the independent regiment of the 18th Division of the Sixth Army. In 1927, he was appointed the aide-de-camp of the Colonel's Servant of the General Headquarters of the Nanjing National Revolutionary Army. In 1928, he was appointed as the head of the Third Regiment of the Nanjing Government Guards. In 1929, he served as director of Zhejiang Lianghuai Salt Anti-smuggling Bureau. In 1931, he was busy as the head of the Second Regiment of Zhejiang Security. In 1932, he served as the deputy brigade commander of the Eighty-ninth Division Independent Brigade, and tragically added to the 128 Songhu War of Resistance. In 1933, the Fujian Incident occurred, and he served as a high-ranking government in Fujian. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the commander of the Sichuan Bazhong regiment. In the winter of 1939, he was transferred to the Colonel Commissioner of the Military Service Department of the Ministry of Military Affairs. In 1941, he was transferred to the post of Colonel's Affiliate in the Leiyang Division, Hunan Province. In 1942, he was transferred to Major General Gao Mian of the Ninth Theater Command and Chief of Changsha Air Defense Command. In 1944, he returned to his hometown to organize anti-Japanese people's armed forces and served as the deputy captain of the Liuyang County Self-Defense Corps. In 1947, he served as the commander of the Fifth Brigade of the 27th Officer Corps of Nanyue of the Ministry of Military Affairs, and later served as a lecturer of the Central Training Corps. In 1948, he was transferred to the Changsha Appeasement Office Major General Gao Lian. In May 1949, he got in touch with the Social Department of the Central China Bureau of the Communist Party of China, instigated the uprising of the old family, and promoted the liberation and peace activities of Hunan. Organized the "Jiangnan Underground Army", and was appointed as the commander of the tenth division of the Fourth Underground Army in Jiangnan of the Central China Military Region of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, and recruited more than a thousand bandits. In July, he led his troops in Liuyang to welcome the PLA into the city. In December 1949, he joined the Third Brigade of the Twelfth Corps of the Central South Military and Political University of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. In the winter of 1952, he was executed in the suppression of the rebels. In 1981, he was rehabilitated and the reputation of the insurgents was restored.

9. Major General Zeng Xiancheng 曾宪成 (1911-1952).
Originally from Chengdu, Sichuan, he was born in Zhongxiang, Hubei in 1911. In 1928, he was admitted to the Whampoa Military Academy Wuhan Branch to study artillery. After graduating in 1930, he served as a platoon and company commander in the Ninth Division of the National Revolutionary Army. After returning to Zhongxiang in 1931, he successively served as the squadron leader of the Zhongxiang County Brigade, the battalion leader of the security regiment, the head of the regiment, the county magistrate of Zhongxiang County, and a member of the Hubei Provincial Senate. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the military and political commander of the three counties of Jing, Zhong and Ying in 1938. In 1939, he was promoted to the commander of the third advancing column of the fifth theater. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he became a major general of the Ministry of National Defense. In 1946, he served as the brigade commander of the Hubei Provincial Security First Brigade, and in 1948, he was appointed as the deputy commander of the Hubei Provincial Security Command. In early 1949, he served as the deputy commander of the Eighth Army of the Third Corps provisionally. On December 27 of the same year, he led a rebellion in Xindu, Sichuan, and later entered the Military and Political School of the Southwest Military Region. In 1952, he voluntarily returned to his hometown to settle down, and in October of the same year, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

10. Major General Zeng Jiyuan 曾继远 (?-1950).
From Huayang, Sichuan. Graduated from the 10th term of the Army University. He used to be a major general and instructor at the Army University. In 1949, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 12th District of Sichuan Province. In December of the same year, he led his troops to surrender in Anxian County, Sichuan.

11. Major General Peng Mao 彭劢 (1910-1952).
From Changsha, Hunan. Graduated from the 7th phase of the Central Military Academy and the 15th phase of the Army University. In early 1942, he served as the chief of staff of the 11th Army Headquarters, and soon served as the chief of staff of the Reserve 2 Division to participate in the War of Resistance in Western Yunnan. Major general and brigade commander. In August 1948, he served as the chief of staff of the 14th Army Group. In August 1949, he served as the chief of staff of the Appeasement Office of the Sichuan-Hubei Border Region. On December 19, he was captured in Emei, Sichuan. In April 1952, he was mistakenly killed while suppressing the rebellion. Rehabilitated in May 1992.

12. Major General Peng Yongnian 彭永年 (1899-1951).
Guangdong Jiexi people. In 1946, he came to Taiwan and served as the manager of the Taipei Ocean Shipping Company. In February 1949, he returned to Hunan and served as the Secretary General of the Provincial Security Command. In May of the same year, he revolted with Wu Qiwei. In 1951, he was executed in the suppression of the rebellion. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

13. Major General Peng Linsheng 彭林生 (1897-1951).
Alias ​​Yunshan, a native of Qidong, Hunan, was born on November 4, 1897. Graduated from the third phase of the Guangdong Military Lecture Hall and the Higher Education Class of the Central Military Academy. He used to be the brigade commander of the 8th Route Army Teaching Brigade. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the Battle of Songhu. Commander of the 7th Column of the Theater Advancement. In 1941, he served as the commander of the Guangyang garrison area of ​​the 7th theater. In 1944, he served as the major general of the 62nd Army. In June, he got in touch with the CCP and served as the deputy commander of the 1st Column of Hunan Guerrilla of the People's Liberation Army and the commander of the 1st Detachment. Later, he served as a high-ranking member of the Lingling Military Division of the People's Liberation Army. Wrongly executed on August 23, 1951, rehabilitated in 1985.

14. Major General Tan Shouyi 覃守一 (1910-1952).
Born in 1910, from Changyang, Hubei, Tujia. In May 1949, he served as the major general of the Hubei Appeasement Commander Yang Corps and the acting magistrate of Changyang County. On November 11, he led the uprising. After returning home to settle. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

15. Major General Cao Sen 曹森 (1906-1952).
Alias ​​Runxuan, from Tanghe, Henan. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, he served as the head of the independent first brigade, the brigade commander, the chief of staff of the 116th division, the deputy division commander, and the -69th division commander. Since 1946, he has served as the brigade commander of the 139th Brigade of the 26th Division, the deputy commander of the 26th Army, and the commander of the Western Yunnan Division. In September 1948, he was commissioned as a major general of the army. At the end of 1949, he participated in the uprising in Yunnan, and then returned to his hometown to live. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

16. Major General Cao Yuheng 曹玉珩 (1906-1952).
Formerly known as Yulang, also known as Sen, alias Runxuan, a native of Tanghe, Henan. Graduated from the fourth phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. During the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the deputy commander of the 116th Division of the 53rd Army. In March 1942, he served as the commander of the 169th Division of the 98th Army. In 1944, he participated in the Battle of Guiliu. Deputy division commander, in 1948, he served as the commander of the Western Henan Division Management District. In June of the same year, he surrendered in Kaifeng, Henan Province in the Battle of Eastern Henan. After returning home to live, died in 1952 to suppress the rebels. It was rehabilitated in the 1980s.

17. Major General Huang Tianxuan 黄天玄 (1896-1951).
A native of Hubei Xinchun. Graduated from the second phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1925, he was appointed major of the Organization Section of the Political Department of the Naval Bureau of the National Revolutionary Army. In 1927, he served as the Colonel Acting Director of the Political Department of the 17th Division. He later served as the county magistrate of Guangji County, Hubei Province, and the director of the Political Training Department of the 13th Division of the 25th Army. In the summer of 1938, he was appointed Colonel Director of the Political Department of the 13th Division. Major General Director of the Political Department of the 75th Army. In 1941, he was transferred to the Political Department of the Military Commission, and he also served as the Major General of the Commander of the 6th Theater Command. In 1942, he was appointed as the executive member of the Hubei Provincial Party Department. In 1949, he served as a major general of the 8th Army temporarily, and participated in the uprising in Xindu, Sichuan on December 27 of the same year. He was executed on December 1, 1951, and rehabilitated in March 1983 to restore the reputation of the insurgents.

18. Major General Zhao Honghou 赵鸿厚 (1904-1952).
From Henan Huaiqing. Graduated from the third phase of the officer training class of the Whampoa Military Academy. During the Anti-Japanese War, he served as Major General Gao Can of the Commander's Department of the First Theater Command. In 1945, he served as the deputy commander of the guerrilla advance column in the Hubei-Henan-Anhui Border Region. Captain, in 1949, he served as the deputy captain of the officer corps of the Changsha Appeasement Office. In August of the same year, he revolted in Changsha. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

19. Major General Shan Xinyu 单心舆 (?-1951).
A native of Wengjiang, Pingjiang County, Hunan Province, the fifth phase of the Huangpu Military Academy, a major general of the National Revolutionary Army, a major general inspector of the sixth theater, and the director of the National Government Henan Young Labor Inspectorate, retired and returned to his hometown in 1949. In 1951, he was killed by mistake in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in 1987.

20. Major General Zhou Boying 周伯英 (1909-1952).
Also known as Xiangxiong, born in 1909, a native of Dong'an, Hunan. In July 1929, he graduated from the sixth phase of the Central Military Academy. Hunan Province Supplementary 17th Brigade Brigade Commander. In the spring of 1948, he was appointed as a major general of the Ministry of National Defense. In 1949, he participated in the Hunan Uprising and returned to his hometown to live. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

21. Major General Chen Junsan 陈俊三 (1892-1952).
Nicknamed Tingjie, he is from Juning, Jiangsu. In the early years, he graduated from Wuchang Army Preparatory School and Baoding Army Officers School's third phase of infantry. He successively served as company commander, battalion commander, brigade chief of staff, and division chief of the Army Infantry Division. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as a tactical instructor of the Chengdu Central Military Academy. Later, he served as the chief instructor of military training in the middle and upper schools of Sichuan Province, the deputy director of the recruit training department in southern Sichuan, the director of the training department of the Southern Sichuan Military District Command, and the deputy commander of the major general. In 1949, he served as the Councilor of the Appeasement Command of the Sichuan-Yunnan-Guizhou Border Region. After surrendering to the People's Liberation Army. In 1952, he was executed in the suppression of rebels. Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

22. Major General Li Jingshi 李经世 (1901-1954).
A native of Shacun, Huangshan, Chongyang, Hubei. In 1912, he entered Wuchang Private Shaoting Middle School, and later was admitted to Wuchang Senior Commercial School. In September 1925, he entered the fourth phase of the Political Department of the Whampoa Military Academy. In the same year, he joined the Chinese Kuomintang. After graduation, he participated in the Northern Expedition. After the failure of the Great Revolution, he had a close relationship with Huang Chang, who belonged to Hu Hanmin's family, and was appointed as the head of the Hubei Provincial Department of Education and the head of the Hubei Provincial No. 1 Middle School, which aroused the suspicion of Chiang Kai-shek and was excluded. In the spring of 1932, he joined some students in Hanhuangpu, participated in the election of the Executive Supervision Committee of the Kuomintang Hankou Special City Party Department and was elected as a supervisory committee member. However, this election was abolished by the Kuomintang Central Party Department due to fraudulent behavior. He later served as the branch chief of the Hankou Police Bureau and the section chief of the Hubei Provincial Civil Affairs Department. In 1943, he was appointed as the Bank Commissioner of Hubei Province. In the spring of 1945, when Wang Zhen's detachment went south to liberate Dayuan, Chongyang, Deng Shaoyun, a political commissar of a certain ministry, found that there were Marxist-Leninist writings hidden in Li's house. As soon as the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression ended, in the name of the provincial bank commissioner, he traveled with the military spy armed forces in an attempt to enter Wuhan first to carry out "robbing". Recognized by Deng Shaoyun, political commissar, he was still treated with courtesy and released. After the victory of the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, he was elected as a senator of the Hubei Provincial Senate, and became a member of the Minxian Society with Wu Dayu and Ai Yuying. In 1948, he participated in a small political group headed by Yan Xunfu and Luo Gonghua, and actively supported Li Zongren's campaign for vice president. In February 1949, he was appointed as the chief of the Hankou Police Department. Yu Jie and others from the Urban Engineering Department of the Jianghan District Committee of the Communist Party of China sent a letter to him, mentioning "the past of Hubei". I hope he can "learn from past experiences" and "make good choices". After receiving the letter, Li immediately made an appointment to see him. Yu Jie sent Wang Huiwen to meet him and told Deng Shaoyun's concerns and expectations. Li was overjoyed and agreed to get the mayor Yan Xunfu and the security police chief Hu Wu to act together; for the cooperation and assistance of the 14 sub-bureaus and the CCP underground party organization down, the differentiation disintegrates. Later, he contacted Yu Jie with Tan Ying, counselor of the Hankou Municipal Government as his personal representative. In mid-May, Bai Chongxi fled Wuhan, and Hankou was in a "vacuum" period. On the morning of the 16th, he and Hu Wu jointly issued a notice in the name of the chief and deputy chiefs of the Hankou Police Bureau: "No robbery of public and private property, no public rioting and revenge. It is not allowed to take the opportunity to intimidate and extort, and it is not allowed to destroy any equipment.” A temporary martial law headquarters was set up to personally instruct and strengthen the vigilance of water plants, power plants, telegraph, post and telecommunications offices, etc.; Public security; strengthen the deployment of guards, sentries, and patrols in the periphery of Hankou to prevent the Kuomintang wandering troops from entering the urban area to riot and destroy. After the Chinese People's Liberation Army entered the city, it personally handled the transfer to the Wuhan Military Control Commission. Spin into Zhongnan Public Security Cadre School to teach. In 1954, he was sentenced to death by the Chongyang County People's Court for the crime of historical counter-revolution. In 1983, the United Front Work Department of the Chongyang County Committee of the Communist Party of China conducted a review of the case, "treated as an insurgent", and rehabilitated it.

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Re: List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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23. Major General Li Jianping 李建平 (1900-1951).
The character Yuzhi, the number Chengzhong, is from Yingcheng, Hubei.Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In 1935, he served as the chief of the staff of the newly formed colonel of the 3rd Brigade of the Hunan-Hubei Border Region Anti-bandit Headquarters. In April 1936, he served as the head of the colonel of the 560th Regiment of the 280th Brigade of the 94th Division. In the spring of 1938, he was promoted to the Major General of the 280th Brigade. In August 1939, he served as the Chief of Staff of the 94th Division of the 97th Army. In February 1941, he served as the senior staff of the Major General of the Guizhou Provincial Security Service. In May 1943, he served as the Inspector of the Major General of the Xikang District Inspection and Law Enforcement Supervision Department of the Military Commission. In April 1945 He served as a major general and senior staff member of the Military Commission. He retired in October 1947 and served as the chairman of the Hubei Provincial National Compulsory Labor Committee. In the autumn of 1948, he accepted the assignment of the Communist Party of China to collect intelligence. In May 1949, he greeted the liberation of Wuhan.He was executed in Yingcheng, Hubei in December 1951, and was rehabilitated in April 1986 and restored to the status of an insurrectionist.

24. Major General Li Hongtao 李鸿焘 (1894-1959).
His original name was Yingbing, his name was Mingyuan, and he was from Baxian County, Sichuan.Graduated from the 6th Artillery Section of Baoding Army Officer School.He served as the chief of staff of the Major General of the 1st Division of the 28th Army and participated in the siege of the Red Army. In 1934, he served as the county governor of Nanjiang County, Sichuan Province. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the major General of the headquarters of the 22nd Army. He went out to Sichuan to participate in the War of Resistance. In 1945, he served as the Adjutant General of the Chuankang Appeasement Office. In May 1946, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 4th District of Sichuan Province. In March 1947, he also served as the deputy commander-in-chief of the Chuankang Bandit-fighting General Command. In August, he was transferred to the 9th District of Sichuan Province (Wanxian County) Administrative Inspector and Security Commander, In April 1948, he served as the deputy commander of the Sichuan-Hunan-Hubei Border Area, and in January 1949, he served as the commander of the Eastern Sichuan Security. On December 5, he participated in the uprising in Wanxian County, Sichuan.He later served as the director of the Civil Affairs Department of the Sichuan Provincial People's Administration. He died in the suppression of the rebellion on December 31, 1959, and was rehabilitated in October 1980.

25. Major General Li Fangliu 李放六 (1892-1953).
Also known as a name, the character is benevolent, and he is from Anyue, Sichuan.Graduated from the 5th phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 2nd phase of the Special Class of the Army University.He served as the chief of the education Section of the Jiangxi Special Training Class of the Military Commission, the chief of Staff of the Major General of the 56th Army in 1938, and later the commander of the 3rd Security Brigade of Sichuan Province. In 1940, he served as the director of the First Department of the Sichuan Kang Appeasement Office. In November 1943, he served as the Administrative Inspector and security Commander of the 8th District (Youyang) of Sichuan Province. In 1946, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 15th District (Daxian) of Sichuan Province. In August 1949, he also served as the commander-in-chief of the Eastern Sichuan Guerrillas. He was captured in Daxian County, Sichuan Province on December 15.He later served as a teacher at Anyue Middle School in Sichuan Province. He was arrested in 1951 and executed in Daxian County, Sichuan in December 1953. He was rehabilitated in January 1984 and restored to his status as a defector.

26. Major General Zhang Jiliang 张季良 (1890-1952).
The character Youxian is from Yunxian County, Yunnan.Graduated from the first phase of the Yunnan Army Lecture Hall and the first phase of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy.In 1911, he participated in the Xinhai Revolution in Yunnan. In 1916, he served as the commander of the 5th Military Camp of the National Defense Army and fought against Yuan Shikai. In 1917, he served as the colonel of the 8th Army of the Jingguo Army. He was soon promoted to the chief of staff of a major general. He was captured in the battle of Yunnan warlords in 1921. After his release, he left the military. In 1922, he served as the commander of the Yunxian Defense Regiment, the commander of the 2nd Army stationed in Guangdong and Yunnan in 1924, and the adjutant General of the 2nd and 3rd Army of the National Army in 1925. In 1926, he served as the adjutant of the Major General of the 6th Army of the National Revolutionary Army, and in 1927, he served as the director of the Wuhan Municipal Police Department. Later, he was wanted for the failure of the anti-Jiang rebellion. In 1931, he served as a tactical instructor in the higher education class of the Central Military Academy. In 1935, he served as the chief of the General Affairs Section of the Chengdu Branch of the Central Military Academy. In 1940, he served as the commander of the Sinan Regiment. He retired in 1946 and returned to his hometown. In March 1949, he served as the chairman of the Yunxian County, Yunnan Province Public Security Committee, and participated in the uprising in Yunxian County in December.He was wrongly arrested in 1951 and was rehabilitated in 1981.

27. Major General Yang Jianmin 杨健民 (1900-1951).
From Suxian County, Anhui Province.Chief of Staff of the Major General of the 96th Army.In November 1949, he revolted in Jintang, Sichuan, and later returned to live in his hometown.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1951.He was rehabilitated in the 1980s. 26. Major General Sun Yu (1899-1951).His nickname is Wen Zhao, a native of Xichong, Sichuan.Graduated from Sichuan Sixth Army Lecture Hall.After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the commander of the 447th Brigade of the 149th Division of the 44th Army. He participated in the Battle of Wuhan in 1938. In May 1941, he served as the major General of the 162nd Division of the 67th Army. In October 1943, he served as the deputy commander of the 44th Army. He was captured in Xichong, Sichuan in December 1949.He was sentenced to death in 1951, but was later rehabilitated and restored to the status of a defector in the uprising.

28. Major General Li Yingjia 列应佳 (1903-1952).
Alias Jie Ren, from Zengcheng, Guangdong.Graduated from the Fifth Buke of the Whampoa Military Academy and the Officer Research Class of Guangdong Military and Political School.Participated in the Northern Dynasty War and served as the platoon and company commander of the Fourth Army of the National Revolutionary Army, and the lieutenant colonel and deputy captain of the Security Brigade of the Guangdong Appeasement District Headquarters.After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the commander of the detachment of the Third guerrilla Advance Column in the Fourth Theater, and a major General of the Guangdong Security Command.In 1946, he served as the deputy Division Commander of the Major General of the Fourth Guangdong Security Division and the head of the Fifth Security Regiment.On May 17, 1948, in the Shuidong Area of Heping County, Guangdong, he was surrounded by the Fourth Regiment of the Second Dongjiang Detachment of the Guangdong-Jiangxi-Hunan Frontier Column of the People's Liberation Army and the Zeng Tianjie Uprising troops, surrendered and accepted the surrender.He was executed during the rebellion in 1952.He was rehabilitated in the 1980s.

29. Major General Wang Yucheng 王育成 (1912-1951).
Zi Ming Qin, born in 1912, a native of Fuqiang, Gansu, served as the chief of staff of the Major General of the 11th Army of the 17th Army in 1944.In 1947, he served as the chief of staff of the Major General of the Seventeenth Army.Uprising in Yinchuan, Ningxia on September 23, 1949.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1951.Rehabilitated in the 1980s.

30. Major General Chen Fumin 陈扶民少将 .
He has served in the Northwest Army for a long time. During the War of Resistance, he served as the head of the 175th Regiment of the 88th Brigade of the 30th Division of the 30th Army, and secretly joined the Communist Party of China. He was arrested by the Kuomintang in 1940 for exposing his identity. After his release, he took refuge in the Japanese pseudo-Zhang Lanfeng Department and served as the commander of the 8th Army of the pseudo-4th Army. After the victory of the War of Resistance, the department was incorporated by Chiang Kai-shek. In 1947, he served as the commander of the 5th Brigade of the temporary 24th Division. In December of the same year, he was captured in the Pinghan and Longhai Railway breakthrough launched by the People's Liberation Army. He was later executed.

31. Major General Song Shitai 宋士台 (1893-1953).
The character Junbo is from Huaxian County, Guangdong.After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the commander of the 160th Division of the 66th Army in the Fourth Theater, and was awarded the rank of Major General in June 1939.He participated in the Battle of Nanjing, the Battle of Nanxun, and the Battle of Kunlun Pass.In 1942, he served as the commander of the Huiyang Garrison Area of the Seventh Theater, and in 1943, he was transferred to the Seventh Theater as a major General.Retired from business in 1946.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1953.In August 1985, the original judgment was revoked and the case was reversed.

32. Major General He Jiyuan 何际元 (1908-1950).
Character Yin San, from Ningxiang, Hunan, was born on February 18, 1908. Graduated from the 5th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.During the War of Resistance, he served as a staff officer of the headquarters of the 10th Army. In 1939, he served as an instructor of the Southwest Guerrilla cadre training class of the Military Committee. In 1940, he served as the chief of Staff of the Loyal and Righteous National Salvation Army. In July 1941, he served as the director of the Investigation Office of the Advance Army in the Hunan-Hubei-Jiangxi Border Area. In June 1942, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Yiyang Special Technical Training Class of the Bureau of Military Statistics. In October, he served as the commander of the 4th Column of the Bureau of Military Statistics, leading the department to participate in the War of Resistance in Hunan. In August 1946, he became a Major General of the Second Department of the Ministry of National Defense. 9 He served as the commander-in-chief of the 13th Headquarters of the Traffic Police and the deputy commander-in-chief of the Hebei-Hebei-Liao Border Area Command in June 1947. In June 1947, he served as the deputy commander of the 169th Division of the newly formed 6th Army and the commander of the 1st Brigade. In February 1948, he served as the commander of the 79th Division of the 49th Army. He resigned in August and returned to Hunan. He later served as the deputy director of the training class of the General Administration of Traffic Police. He was captured in Ningxiang, Hunan in April 1949.He was executed in Changsha on November 16, 1950.In 1983, the rebellion was declared and the reputation of the insurgents was restored.

33. Major General Li Shu 李曙 (1905-1952).
The other name is because of Bai, from Yongjia, Zhejiang.Graduated from the Fifth phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.He has served as the platoon, company, and battalion commander of the National Revolutionary Army.After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the head of the colonel of the 87th Division, the deputy division commander of the Security Division of the Chongqing Garrison Headquarters, and the director of the Office of the Director of Education of the Emei Mountain Officer Training Corps.Major General Director of the Political Department of the Third School of the Central Military Academy (Nanchang Branch).Since 1947, he has been the director of the Political Department of the 206th Division of the Youth Army and the director of the Major General of the Political and Industrial Department of the Paratroopers Command.He resigned in April 1949, returned to his hometown and settled, and was executed in Zhen 'an in 1952.

34. Major General Li Yongzhang 李用章 (1902-1952).
A native of Qionglai, Sichuan.Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the advanced class of the Army Infantry School.In 1935, he served as the head of the 6th Regiment of the 3rd Brigade of the 1st Division and participated in the interception of the Red Army. In 1936, he served as the commander of the 234th Brigade of the 78th Division of the 1st Army. In 1939, he served as the deputy commander of the 78th Division of the 1st Army and the commander-in-chief of the student team of the 7th Branch of the Central Military Academy. In 1940, he served as the commander of the 45th Division of the 27th Army. In March 1943, he served as the deputy commander of the 1st Army. In the autumn of the same year, he also served as the commander of the 7th Division of the 3rd Army. In January 1945, he served as the deputy commander of the 3rd Army and the commander of the 7th Division. The commander of the division participated in the battle of Western Henan and Northern Hubei. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he led the division to participate in the civil war in Hebei. He was captured in Wangdu, Hebei on October 22, 1947.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1952.

35. Major General Li Chengren 李成仁 (1904-1953).
Quality ginseng, from Shaoyang, Hunan.Graduated from the 4th phase of the General Officer Class B of the Army University.In 1947, he served as a major general and senior staff officer of the Gendarmerie Headquarters, and later as the chief of education of the Central Gendarmerie School. He was captured in Chengdu on December 25, 1949.After studying in the Advanced research Class of Southwest Military and Political University of the People's Liberation Army, he was executed in 1953.

36. Major General Li Chuanlin 李传霖 (1897-1952).
Zhuxi, from Tai'an, Shandong.Graduated from the 8th Buke of Baoding Army Officer School.In 1931, he served as a tactical instructor at the Central Military Academy. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the head of the 749th Regiment of the 375th Brigade of the 125th Division of the 45th Army. He participated in the Xinluo War of Resistance in 1938. In 1940, he served as the head of the 380th Regiment of the 127th Division of the 45th Army. In 1941, he served as the chief of Staff of the 45th Army. In 1947, he served as the Deputy Brigade Commander of the 127th Brigade of the integrated 47th Division. In 1948, he served as the Chief of Staff of the Major General of the 47th Army and participated in the Battle of Huaihai. On December 6 of the same year, he was in Henan. Yongcheng was captured.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1952.

37. Major General Li Xuezheng 李学正 (1902-1951).
The character Jingfang is from Lingbao, Henan.Graduated from the 5th phase of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy.He served as the commander of the civil regiment of Lingbao County, Henan Province. In 1930, he served as the head of the independent regiment of the 75th Division of the 20th Road Army of the National Revolutionary Army. He later served as the commander of the 227th Brigade of the 76th Division. During the War of Resistance, he served as the deputy commander of the 67th Division of the 86th Army. In June 1945, he served as the commander of the 67th Division of the 30th Army. In 1948, he served as the commander of the 67th Division of the 62nd Army. Participated in the Battle of Pingjin. In November 1949, he served as the deputy commander-in-chief of the Advance Army in the Henan-Shaanxi Border Area and the newly formed 4th Division. The commander of the army was captured in Tongjiang, Sichuan in February 1951 and later suppressed.

38. Major General Li Zutang 李祖唐 (1906-1951).
No. Qiyuan, from Dongyang, Zhejiang.Graduated from the 10th phase of the Central Military Academy and the 15th phase of the Army University.He served as the deputy chief of Staff of the 42nd Army in 1944, the deputy division commander of the 7th Reserve Division of the 42nd Army in October 1945, was promoted to Major General in May 1946, and served as the commander of the 65th Brigade of the integrated 42nd Division in October 1947. He participated in the uprising in Xinjiang in September 1949.He later served as the chief of Staff of the 9th Army of the 22nd Army of the People's Liberation Army. He was executed in Dihua, Xinjiang on March 20, 1951 for organizing a rebellion.

39. Major General Li Mengbi 李梦笔 (1902-1950).
A martial artist from Shaanxi. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the seventh phase of the Staff Class of the Army University.In November 1936, he served as the commander of the 82nd Brigade of the 28th Division, the commander of the 28th Division of the 16th Army in early 1939, the deputy commander of the 16th Army in February 1940, and the deputy commander of the 90th Army in September. In 1946, he became the deputy commander of the Integrated 90th Division, and later served as the commander of the Huanglong Guard. In the spring of 1949, he served as the commander of the Qianshan Garrison Area. He was captured in Fengxiang, Shaanxi on May 22. He was executed in the town rebellion in 1950.

40. Major General Li Huiwu 李辉武 (1892-1951).
The character Huaping, the number Qianxiu, is from Xianning, Hubei.Graduated from the 4th Buke of Baoding Army Officer School.In 1931, he served as the county governor of Daye County, Hubei Province, and later as the county governors of Echeng, Yangxin and other counties. In April 1934, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the Second District of Hubei Province. In May 1936, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the First District of Hubei Province. In 1946, he served as the chairman of the Senate of Xianning County, Hubei Province. He left his post in 1947 and organized counterrevolutionary forces in Xianning in early 1949. He was arrested in 1950 and executed in September 1951.

41. Major General Li Ruixiong 李瑞熊 (1888-1951).
A native of Pingle, Guangxi. Graduated from the second phase of Shaoguan Branch of Yunnan Zhanwutang.In 1932, he served as the county governor of Donglan County, Guangxi Province and the commander of Dongfeng Bandits, in 1938, he served as the county governor and commander of the police of Hefei County, Anhui Province, in 1944, he served as the commander of the vigilante group in Pingle District, Guangxi, in October 1949, he served as the commander of the 2nd Division of the newly formed 12th Army of the Guilin Appeasement Office, and in March 1950, he served as the commander of the guerrilla column in the Xianggui Border Area. He was captured and executed in Pingle, Guangxi on March 17, 1951.

42. Major General Li Chufan 李楚藩 (1903-1951).
No. Zhongping, from Qiyang, Hunan.Graduated from the 4th phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 2nd phase of the General Class B of the Army University.In 1942, he served as the commander of the 1st Independent Brigade and the commander of the 4th Clearance Area of the Hunan-Hubei-Sichuan-Guizhou Border Area. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the commander of the 1st Independent Brigade of the Gendarmerie, the deputy chief of staff of the Gendarmerie Command, the deputy commander of the Gendarmerie Command and the director of the Southwest Command Post. He was detained by Lu Han in Kunming on December 9, 1949 and was forced to surrender.He was executed on March 25, 1951.

43. Major General Yang Tianmin 杨天民 (1891-1951).
No. Hengling, character Hongcheng, from Yichuan, Henan.Graduated from the Martial Arts Institute of Henan General School and the third phase of the Higher Education Class of the Central Military Academy.In 1913, he joined the Zhen Song Army as a soldier. In 1926, he served as the head of the 8th Regiment of the 4th Brigade of the 2nd Division of the Shaanxi Army. In 1929, he served as the head of the 21st Regiment of the 11th Brigade of the 4th Division of the 2nd Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In 1931, he served as the commander of the 192nd Brigade of the 64th Division of the 15th Army. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he participated in the Xinkou War of Resistance. In 1938, he served as the deputy commander of the Major General of the 64th Division of the 15th Army. In May 1940, he served as the deputy Commander of the 15th Army. In 1942, he also served as The commander of the Linsong Division, and later served as the administrative inspector of the 10th District of Henan Province. In 1946, he served as the deputy division commander of the integrated 15th Division. He was captured in Funiu Mountain, Henan on November 4, 1947.He was executed in Yichuan, Henan on April 27, 1951.

44. Major General Yang Zhongding 杨中鼎 (1896-1952).
The character Hongyuan is from Dayao, Yunnan.Graduated from the second phase of Shaoguan Branch of Yunnan Zhanwutang.He has served in the Yunnan Army for a long time. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the head of the 1086th Regiment of the 543rd Brigade of the 184th Division of the 60th Army. He went to Yunnan to participate in the War of Resistance. In early 1939, he served as the head of the 551st Regiment of the 184th Division of the 60th Army. In December 1943, he served as the Major General of the 182nd Division of the 60th Army. In 1946, he served as a major General of the Ministry of National Defense. In 1948, he served as a senior staff member of the Yunnan Provincial Security Headquarters, and later as a senator of the Yunnan Provincial Government. He was captured in Kunming in December 1949.He later served as a senior staff member of the Yunnan Provincial Military Region of the People's Liberation Army and was executed in 1952 during the counterinsurgency.

45. Major General Yang Chuangqi 杨创奇 (1902-1951).
A native of Yulin, Guangxi.During the War of Resistance, he served as the head of the 527th Regiment of the 176th Division of the 48th Army. He also served as the commander of the Lihuang Guard in 1940. In 1947, he served as the deputy brigade commander of the 176th Brigade of the integrated 48th Division. In the winter of 1948, he served as the major General of the 129th Division of the 56th Army. He fled to Hong Kong in March 1950 and returned to Guangxi in July. He served as the commander of the 48th Army. He was captured in Xiang County, Guangxi on February 9, 1951 and executed in Wuzhou, Guangxi on May 10.

46. Major General Yang Xiurong 杨修戎 .
Qinghai Hualong People.In 1943, he served as the head of the 82nd Army Special Service Regiment, in May 1948, he served as the commander of the Pingliang Guard, in December, he served as the major General of the 357th Division of the 129th Army, and in May 1949, he served as the commander of the Lanzhou Guard, and surrendered in Xining, Qinghai on September 8. He was later executed in the town counterattack.

47. Major General Yang Zhennan 杨镇南 (1902-1950).
The character is righteous, from Huaihua, Hunan. In 1934, he served as the head of the 1st Security Regiment of the 4th District of Hunan Province. In the winter of 1938, he served as an attached member of the 198th Division of the 87th Army and the director of the Hengyang Office. He resigned in 1941 and returned to his hometown. In 1946, he served as a senator of Hunan Province. In 1947, he served as the deputy commander of the Security Command of the 10th District of Hunan Province. In August 1949, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 10th District of Hunan Province. He was captured in Hongjiang, Hunan on December 5.He was executed in 1950.

48. Major General She Huiting 佘辉庭 (1902-1951).
Zi Yaorong, originally from Rongchang, Sichuan, was born in Leishan, Guizhou.Graduated from Guizhou Army Lecture Hall and the 4th Special Class of Army University.He served as the chief of staff of the 121st Division in 1936, the chief of staff of the Major General of the 27th Army in 1940, the chief of staff of the Special Training Team of the Commander of the 1st Theater in 1946, and later the chief of staff of the 99th Army. He was captured in the Battle of Zhengzhou on October 23, 1948, and was released and returned to his hometown. In October 1949, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 7th District (Rongjiang) of Guizhou Province. In November, he served as the commander of the Southeast Guizhou Appeasement District of the Guizhou Appeasement Office. In 1950 He was captured in Kaili, Guizhou on February 21, 1941.He was executed on January 14, 1951.

49. Major General Gu Bingkui 谷炳奎 (1906-1951).
Zi Kehan graduated from the 5th Artillery Division of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 5th Special Class of the Army University.In February 1945, he served as the commander of the 10th Division of the 14th Army, the commander of the 10th Brigade of the integrated 10th Division in 1946, and the deputy commander of the 14th Army in March 1948. He participated in the Battle of Huaihai. After the uprising in Changsha in August 1949, he led the division to Sichuan. In the winter of the same year, he served as the deputy commander of the 112th Army and was captured in Chongqing in November.He was executed in Chengdu in 1951.

50. Major General Zhang Zun 张谆 (1910-1954).
Linong is from Wanxian County, Sichuan.Graduated from the 8th Phase of the Central Military Academy.In 1945, he served as the chief of Staff of the 165th Division of the 80th Army, and in 1949, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Major General of the Dry Training Regiment of the Xi'an Appeasement Office. He reported to the Chengdu Police Headquarters of the People's Liberation Army in Chengdu on January 28, 1950.He was executed in Xi'an in 1954.

51. Major General Zhang Shaohua 张少华 (1908-1950).
The character Fusun is from Wujin, Jiangsu.In March 1938, he served as the commander-in-chief of the People's Self-defense Force of Wujin County, Jiangsu Province. In April, he served as the deputy commander of the 1st Road and commander of the 1st Column of the Jiangsu Volunteer Army in the 3rd Theater. In September, he served as the deputy Brigade commander of the 6th Security Brigade of Jiangsu Province and the head of the 11th Regiment. In October 1939, he served as the Major General of the 9th Security Brigade of Jiangsu Province. He participated in the War of Resistance in Southern Jiangsu. In 1940, he surrendered to the Japanese and served as the commander of the 4th Security Column of Jiangsu Province. After the victory of the War of Resistance, his department was incorporated by the Kuomintang and served as the Major General of the 2nd Headquarters of the Jiangsu Taihu Water Police. Captain, he served as the commander of the Taihu Column of the 1st Appeasement Zone in April 1949, and was captured in Shanghai on June 9.He was executed in Changzhou, Jiangsu on March 17, 1950.

52. Lieutenant General Zhang Fengxiang 张凤翔 (1915-1950).
The character Pengju is from Fanzhi, Shanxi.In 1941, he served as the director of the Major General of the Training Department of the Shanxi Provincial Security Command, the director of the Shanxi Provincial Military Administration Office in 1942, and the deputy Commander of the Shanxi Provincial Military Administration in 1948. He was captured in the Battle of Taiyuan on April 24, 1949 and executed in February 1950.

53. Major General Zhang Tieying 张铁英 (1890-1951).
A native of Qingpu, Jiangsu (now Shanghai).Graduated from the Fourth Middle School of the Nanjing Army and the third phase of the Baoding Army Officer School.He served as the battalion commander and deputy of the Fifth Regiment of the Shanghai Army, the chief of the military Section of the Appeasement Department of Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, the guerrilla commander of the First Road, and the county governor.In 1926, he went to Guangzhou and served as a lieutenant colonel topographic instructor in the teaching Department of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1927, he moved to Nanjing with the school.He served as the topographic instructor of the colonel of the Central Military Academy and the chief of Staff of the Second Brigade of the Central Teaching Headquarters.In 1938, he moved to Chengdu with the school and served as the topographic instructor of the Colonel of the Engineering Section of the Central Military Academy and the Major General Supervisor of the Tenth Recruit Training Office.He retired in July 1946 and returned to his hometown to make a living.He was the director of the county Regiment defense and the commander of the second security column of the “Anti-Communist National Salvation Army” in Southern Jiangsu.He was executed during the rebellion in 1951.

54. Major General Zhang Yaxuan 张雅轩 (?-1950).
A native of Qingyang, Gansu.He served as the colonel and deputy commander of the Security Command of the 7th District of Shaanxi Province, the county governor of Ganquan County, Shaanxi Province in 1947, the county governor of Hua County, Shaanxi Province in 1948, and the administrative Inspector of the 2nd District of Shaanxi Province and the Major General of the 6th Security Brigade in February 1949. He was captured in Xi'an in 1950 and executed in December of the same year.

55. Major General Zhang Dingming 张鼎铭 (1900-1950).
A native of Zhijiang, Hunan.Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In 1926, he served as the battalion commander of the 5th Regiment of the 2nd Division of the National Revolutionary Army and participated in the Northern Expedition. In 1930, he served as the head of the 6th regiment of the 3rd Division of the Wuhan Branch of the Central Military Academy. In February 1931, he served as the brigade commander of the 31st Brigade of the 11th Division. In 1932, he served as the chairman of the Military Committee, the head of the major General and the adjutant of the adjutant of the camp in Nanchang. In 1933, he served as the Chief of the Security Department of Fujian Province. In 1934, he served as the Major General of the Security Department of Fujian Province. During the War of Resistance, he served as the commander of the Major General of the Guanzhong Division, attached to the Ministry of Military Affairs, He later served as the commander of the Suiwu Division. He took leave and returned to his hometown in early 1949. He was captured in Zhijiang in October of the same year.He was executed in December 1950.

56. Major General Chen Shi 陈士 (1901-1951).
The name Cihang, the character Zikang, is from Sangzhi, Hunan. Graduated from the 4th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.He served as a senator of the Hunan Provincial Government. In September 1949, he served as the Administrative inspector and security commander of the 9th District (Yuanling) of Hunan Province. In January 1950, he served as the Administrative inspector and security commander of the 8th District (Yongshun) of Hunan Province. He was captured at the junction of Sangzhi, Hunan and Hefeng, Hubei in October, and executed in Hefeng, Hubei in January 1951.

57. Major General Chen Jin 陈阵 (1910-1952).
Formerly known as Shikan, the character Changrui is from Chaling, Hunan. Graduated from the 6th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In 1936, he served as the chief of the Lieutenant Colonel Section of the Adjutant General Office of the 2nd Road Army, in the summer of 1938, he served as the chief of the Colonel Section of the Staff Office of the Commander of the 9th Theater, in 1941, he served as the chief of the Major General Staff of the Commander of the 9th Theater, in the spring of 1942, he served as the chief of the Hunan Provincial Police, in 1943, he served as the Director of the Hunan Provincial Highway Bureau, in 1944, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 2nd District of Hunan Province, and also served as the county Governor of Anren County, Hunan Province. In 1946, he served as the Deputy Brigade Commander of the 102nd Brigade of the Integrated 4th Division. He was promoted to brigade commander in the summer of 1947, commander of the 102nd Division of the 45th Army in the summer of 1948, deputy commander of the 45th Army in February 1949, and commander of the 97th Division of the 45th Army in March. In April, he participated in the battle to intercept the People's Liberation Army crossing the River. After the defeat, he fled to Sichuan and was captured in Leshan, Sichuan on December 27.He was executed in Chaling, Hunan in December 1952.

58. Major General Chen Tong 陈桐 (1897-1951).
Qin Boqin, a native of Xuwen, Guangdong, was born in Guilin, Guangxi.Graduated from Guangxi Law and Politics College.In September 1931, he served as the head of the colonel of the 1st Regiment of the 3rd Mixed Brigade of the Fujian Provincial Defense Army, and soon changed to the head of the 4th Regiment of Fujian Provincial Security. In July 1933, he served as the deputy Brigade commander and head of the 2nd Brigade of the 19th Road Army Supplementary Division. In October, he served as the director of education of the Police Sergeant Training Institute of the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Bureau. In July 1935, he served as the county governor of Xuwen County, Guangdong Province. During the War of Resistance, he served as the deputy Commander of the Leizhou Advance Column in the 4th Theater. In July 1948, he served as the deputy Commander of the Major General of the 8th Clearance District of Guangdong Province and the county Governor of Haikang County. He was captured in Haikang, Guangdong on December 5, 1949.He was executed on January 24, 1951.

59. Major General Chen Tao 陈陶 (1906-1952).
The character Shoutang is from Leiyang, Hunan.Graduated from the 6th Cavalry Division of the Whampoa Military Academy and the Army Cavalry School.In 1947, he served as the major General and brigade commander of the 1st Cavalry Brigade. He resigned in September 1948. In the winter of the same year, he refused to serve as the chief of education of the Army Cavalry School. He was captured in Leiyang, Hunan in 1949. He was executed in 1952.

60. Major General Wan Jinluan 万金銮 (1896-1951).
Also known as Zhensheng, he is from Dexian County, Shandong Province.Graduated from Jiangsu Army Military School.In January 1946, he served as the colonel and deputy commander of the Security Command of the 4th District of Hebei Province, the county governor of Fengrun County, Hebei Province in January 1947, and the Administrative Inspector of the 4th District of Hebei Province and the Major General Security Commander in January 1948. He was captured in June 1951 and executed in Fengrun, Hebei on August 25.

61. Major General Wei Pingping 卫持平 (1908-1951).
The scientific name is Daheng, the number is Quanhou, from Rongjiang, Guizhou, and he was born on February 18, 1908.Graduated from the 6th Police and Gendarmerie Class of the Central Military Academy.In 1936, he served as the staff officer of the Gendarmerie Headquarters, in 1937, he served as the commander of the 3rd battalion of the 17th Gendarmerie Regiment, participated in the Battle of Changsha in 1938, served as the colonel of the 17th Gendarmerie Regiment in the summer of 1940, and served as the chief of police of the Gendarmerie Headquarters in 1942. In the autumn of 1947, he served as the Chief of staff of the Major General of the Nanjing Garrison Command, and also served as the Director of the Security Department of the 1st National Congress. He was dismissed in December of the same year and lived in Nanjing. In the summer of 1949, he served as the senior staff of the Major General of the Songhuhang Police Headquarters. Following the withdrawal of the troops to Taiwan, he soon became the deputy commander of the Guiyang Security Command. He was captured in the northern part of Xingren, Guizhou in December.He was executed in Chongqing on February 18, 1951.

62. Major General Fang Diqian 方涤瑕 (1904-1951).
No. Xiuquan is from Jiujiang, Jiangxi.Graduated from the 5th phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 4th phase of the General Grade B of the Army University.During the War of Resistance, he served as the head of the 8th Regiment of the Gendarmerie and the director of the Police Department of the Gendarmerie Headquarters. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as a major General researcher of the Gendarmerie Headquarters and later as the Chief of Staff of the Gendarmerie Headquarters. He was captured in Chengdu, Sichuan on December 27, 1949.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1951.

63. Major General Wang Ying 王英 (?-1951).
Also known as Jiechen, a native of Xingtai, Hebei, he was born in Wuyuan, Suiyuan.In 1920, he served as the commander of the Wuyuan County Defense Regiment, in the autumn of 1922, he served as a senator of the Suiyuan Metropolitan Administration, and soon became the commander of the 2nd cavalry Battalion of Suiyuan Province. In 1924, he served as a senator of the Suiyuan Provincial Government. In 1925, he served as the head of the Wuyuan and Linhe Security Cavalry Regiments of the Northwest Army. In the autumn of the same year, he served as the commander of the Baoning Road Protection of the Northwest Frontier Defense Association. In the winter of 1926, he served as the commander of the 31st Army of the Northeast Army. In early 1928, he served as the commander of the 4th Division of Shanxi Cavalry. In November, he became the Deputy Commander of Shanxi Cavalry. In 1930, he participated in the anti-Jiang Zhongyuan War with Yan Xishan. After the “September 18 Incident”, he served as the commander of the Chabei Volunteer Army. In May 1933, he served as the commander of the Chabei Guerrilla Army of the Chahar People's Anti-Japanese Alliance. In the winter of the same year, he served as a senator of the Gansu Provincial government. In 1935, he surrendered to the Japanese and served as the commander of the pseudo-Dahan Rebel Army. In 1937, he served as the chairman of the Pseudo-Suixi Autonomous Committee. In 1939, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Pseudo-Suixi Autonomous Coalition. After the victory of the War of Resistance, the department was incorporated by Fu Zuoyi. In 1945 In October, he served as the commander-in-chief of the 1st Cavalry Army of the 12th District, and then changed to the commander of the 14th Cavalry Column. In the autumn of 1946, he served as the senior staff of the Major General of Beiping Xingying. In 1949, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Communist army in Pingpu Road. He was captured in 1950 and executed in 1951 during the suppression of the rebellion.

64. Major General Wang Xiong 王雄 (1902-1951).
His original name was Shenren, the character Jingbo, and the name Huiwu, from Wenchang, Guangdong.Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy, the 24th phase of the Japanese Army Non-commissioned Officer School, and the second phase of the General Officer Class B of the Army University.In 1926, he served as the chief of the Humen Fortress, in 1927, he served as the instructor of Lieutenant Colonel Jiang Gujian of the Navy, and later as the head of the Marine Corps. In 1933, he served as the instructor of the Army Infantry School. In 1935, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Shanghai Police Force. In 1938, he served as the county governor of Lingshui County, Hainan. In 1940, he served as the chief of Staff of Qiongya Garrison Command. In 1943, he served as the Deputy Commander of Qiongya Garrison Command. In 1947, he served as the Senior staff of Guangzhou Xingyuan. In 1948, he served as the county Governor of Wenchang County, Hainan. He was captured in Hainan in May 1950 and executed in Zhen 'an on March 1, 1951.

65. Major General Wang Sanzhu 王三祝 (1926-1949).
The character Daiying is from Huaxian County, Henan Province.Graduated from the 16th Central Military Academy.During the War of Resistance, he served as the commander of the 4th Brigade of the 7th Guerrilla Detachment of the 1st Theater. He served as the commander of the People's Self-defense Army of Huaxian County, Henan Province in 1945. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the colonel-in-chief of the 4th Henan Provincial Security Team. In March 1946, he served as the commander of the Northern Henan Advance Team of the Zhengzhou Appeasement Office. In September, he served as the Major General of the 2nd Henan Provincial Security Brigade. Brigade Commander in 1947, Commander of the bandits in Northern Henan, Commander of the 9th Column of the 40th Army in January 1949, captured in Anyang, Henan on May 7, May He was executed in Anyang, Henan on the 25th.

66. Major General Wang Xufu 王旭夫 (1903-1953).
He was from Leshan, Sichuan.Graduated from the 4th phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 9th phase of the Army University.In 1946, he served as the deputy director of the General Office of the Central Military Academy, the head of the guerrilla cadre training class of the Central Military Academy in 1949, and the commander-in-chief of the Chuankang Advance Army in February 1950. He was captured in Xikang Aba on May 20, 1953 and executed in the same year.、

67. Major General Wang Shengbi 王胜泌 (1905-1952).
The character Puquan is from Dawu, Hubei.Graduated from the higher education class of the Central Military Academy.He served as the deputy brigade commander of the 38th Brigade of the 13th Division of the 25th Army and the head of the 78th Regiment. He participated in the War of Resistance and later served as the deputy commander of the Major General of the division. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the deputy commander of the 3rd Brigade of the 8th Army Headquarters. In 1946, he served as the county governor of Lishan County, Hubei Province. In May 1948, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 8th District of Hubei Province. In July 1949, he served as the commander of the Ba, Jian, and Xi Command of the Hubei Appeasement General Command. In October, he served as the deputy commander of the Temporary 9th Army. On December 26. Captured in Jintang, Sichuan.Executed in August 1952、

68. Major General Mao Dingsong 毛定松 (1906-1951).
The character Mengxian is from Songtao, Guizhou.Graduated from the 3rd phase of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy and the 2nd phase of the General Officer Class of the Army University.In 1929, he served as the county governor of Tongren County, Guizhou Province. In 1930, he served as the quartermaster general of the newly formed 10th Division and the director of the Hankou Office. In 1935, he served as the chief of staff of the independent 34th Brigade. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the head of the 3rd regiment of the Reserve 13th Division. In 1938, he served as the head of the 488th Regiment of the 244th Brigade of the 82nd Division of the 98th Army. In the spring of 1940, he served as the chief of staff of the Major General of the 98th Division of the 79th Army. In October, he became the Deputy Division Commander of the 140th Division of the 37th Army. In January 1943 He served as the commander of the 140th Division, the head of the 3rd inspection team of the Presidential Palace in 1947, the commander of the 77th Division of the 73rd Army in 1948, and the head of the Independent Regiment of the Tongren Special Department of Guizhou in 1949. Later, he served as the deputy commander of the Appeasement Command of the Sichuan-Guizhou-Hunan-Hubei Border Area. When he went to Sichuan to take office, he was defeated by the People's Liberation Army in Dayi, Sichuan. He was captured in Zunyi, Guizhou in 1951 and escorted to Songtao for execution.

69. Major General Mao Jiamou 毛嘉谋 (1903-1950).
A native of Zigong, Chongqing.Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In his early years, he joined the Communist Party of China and participated in the Guangzhou Uprising. After the uprising failed, he rebelled against the party in Shanghai. He joined Fuxing Society in 1932. He served as the head of the special training class of the Central Military Academy. In 1934, he served as the leader of the colonel of the Nanchang Xingying Don't Move Headquarters of the Military Commission. In 1935, he served as the captain of the 7th Brigade of the Don't Move Headquarters. In 1939, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Law Enforcement Team of the Executive Director of Military Law. In October of the same year, he also served as the commander-in-chief of the Chongqing Youth Service Team. He was arrested and imprisoned for corruption in 1941, released in 1943, and in 1949. In November, he served as the county governor of Fushun County, Sichuan Province, and as the commander of martial law in Fushun County. He surrendered in Fushun, Sichuan on December 18.He was executed in 1950 for colluding with bandits to riot.

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Re: List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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70. Major General Deng Shifu 邓士富 (1900-1952).
A native of Meixian County, Guangdong, he was born on February 22, 1900.Graduated from the second phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the first phase of the higher education class of the Central Military Academy.In 1936, he served as the major General of the 6th Brigade of the 21st Division, the deputy commander of the 25th Division of the 52nd Army in 1938, and participated in the Battle of Xuzhou. In 1944, he served as the deputy commander of the newly formed 38th Division of the 1st Army, and participated in the India-Burma War of Resistance of the Expeditionary Force. In 1947, he served as the commander of the 12th Detachment of the Northeast Security Command, and in 1948, he served as the commander of the 61st Division of the newly formed 7th Army. He was captured in Changchun on October 19 of the same year.After returning to his hometown in Guangdong, he was executed in 1952 in the Zhen 'an Rebellion.

71. Major General Deng Deliang 邓德亮 (1927-1950).
In 1945, he served as the commander of the Xikang Jing Province of the Chuankang Border Guard, a member of the Xikang Provincial Government in December 1949, and in February 1950, he served as the commander of the 1st column of the Anti-Communist National Salvation Army in the office of the Southwest Military and Political Chief. He was captured in Xikang Yuexi in April and executed in Xikang Lugu at the end of the year.

72. Major General Yin Zuoqian 尹作干 (1905-1954).
Ergu is from Rizhao, Shandong.Graduated from the 13th Army University.After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the chief of the Intelligence Section of the 18th Army Staff Office. In January 1938, he served as the head of the 62nd Regiment of the 31st Brigade of the 11th Division of the 18th Army and participated in the Battle of Wuhan. In November, he served as the commander of the 31st Brigade of the 11th Division of the 18th Army and the commander of Huizhou Martial Law. In March 1939, he served as the infantry commander of the 11th Division of the 18th Army. He participated in the Battle of Nanchang and the Battle of Changsha. In 1941, he served as the Chief of Staff of the 9th Division of the 2nd Army. In 1944, he served as the deputy commander of the 65th Division of the 15th Army. In 1945, he served as the senior staff of the Major General of the Army General Command, in 1946, he served as the chief of staff of the integrated 15th Division and the head of the dry training class, in 1947, he served as the commander of the 9th Brigade of the Integrated 2nd Division, and in October 1948, he served as the deputy Commander of the 2nd Army and the commander of the Yichang Guard. He went to Hong Kong in August 1949 and returned to Changsha as the Major General of the 1st Army in November. He was captured.He was executed in Nanyang, Henan on April 8, 1954.

73. Major General Gan Jingsheng 甘竞生 (1905-1951).
A native of Cangwu, Guangxi, was born on February 11, 1905. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the third phase of the Police Advanced Studies Class of the Central Police Academy.In 1931, he served as the head of the 2nd Regiment of the Independent Brigade of the 1st Division, in 1945, he served as the major General of the 8th Division of the Provisional Second Army, and in August 1949, he served as the deputy commander of the Guidong Military and Political District. He was captured in Dayaoshan, Guangxi on February 11, 1951, and executed in Wuzhou, Guangxi on May 18.

74. Major General Gan Qingchi 甘清池 (1900-1951).
A native of Xinyi, Guangdong, he was born on October 19, 1900.Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In 1926, he served as the chief of staff of the 10th Road Command of the East Road Army of the National Revolutionary Army and participated in the Northern Expedition. In 1927, he served as the chief of Staff of the Zhejiang Provincial Defense Army. Later, he served as the head of the 4th Regiment of the Zhejiang Provincial Defense Army and the commander of Wenzhou Martial Law. In 1930, he served as the county governor of Pingyang County, Zhejiang Province. In 1931, he served as the commander-in-chief and war history instructor of the Army Infantry School Teaching Team. In 1934, he served as the chief of Staff of the 92nd Division and participated in the siege of the Red Army. In 1936, he served as the chief of Staff of the 60th Division. In 1937, he served as a researcher and researcher of the Army Infantry School. The head of the training class, he served as the major general of the headquarters of the 12th Army in 1938 and the commander-in-chief of the military Headquarters, the chief of staff of the 94th Army in 1941, the chief of Staff of the 97th Army in February 1943, the deputy commander of the 99th Army in 1944, the deputy commander of the Integrated 69th Division in 1946, the Administrative Inspector and security commander of the 7th District (Maoming) of Guangdong Province in April 1947, and the county Governor of Yangjiang County, Guangdong Province in 1949. On November 5 of the same year, he was in Guangdong. Xinyi was captured.He later served as the head of the Xinyi Electric Power Plant in Guangdong Province and was executed in December 1951.

75. Major General Long Jiao 龙矫 (1898-1950).
Miao nationality, formerly known as Zusheng, No. Lianyun, from Huayuan, Hunan.Graduated from the Political Science Department of the 4th phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 10th phase of the Army University.In August 1935, he served as the chief of the staff of the 67th Division of the 18th Army, the chief of the 1st Section of the Beijing-Shanghai National Defense Department in May 1936, and the chief of the Colonel's Staff of the 87th Division in February 1937. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the chief of the Operations Section of the Beijing-Shanghai Security Headquarters and participated in the Battle of Songhu. In October, he served as the Chief of the Staff of the 17th Army. In December, he left the army due to illness. In March 1938, he served as the chief of the Military Section of the Xiangxi Administration, and in August he served as the head of the 3rd Hunan Provincial Security Regiment. In 1939 In May, he served as the major General of the 2nd Brigade of the newly formed 6th Army's Temporary 6th Division, the deputy Division commander of the 79th Army's Temporary 6th Division in 1942, the Major General of the Military Commission in 1945, the Major General of the 20th Army Headquarters in January 1946, the Major General of the 2nd Appeasement District in 1947, and the Deputy Division Commander of the Integrated 73rd Division in May 1948. He was captured in the Battle of Jinan in September and released in January 1949. In July, he became the county Governor of Yongsui County, Hunan Province. , Was captured in Yongsui, Hunan on November 15, and executed in December 1950.

76. Major General Lu Jie 卢杰 (1906-1951).
A native of Guichi, Anhui. Graduated from Wuhan University.He was the director of the Examination Department of the National Government Examination Institute, the county governor of Guiding County, Guizhou Province in November 1943, the administrative Inspector and security commander of the 3rd District (Xingren) of Guizhou Province in 1945, the Administrative inspector and security commander of the 5th District (Zunyi) of Guizhou Province in March 1949, and the commander-in-chief of the Anti-communist National Salvation Army in the Sichuan-Guizhou Border Area in May 1950. He was captured in Jiangjin, Sichuan on February 5, 1951 and executed in Zunyi, Guizhou on March 8.

77. Major General Lu Xinming 卢新铭 (1898-1951).
A native of Changting, Fujian.Graduated from the second artillery Section of Baoding Army Officer School and the fifth phase of the senior class of the Central Military Academy.In 1925, he served as the head of the 1st Brigade and 1st Regiment of the Fujian Army. In 1929, he served as the head of the Supplementary Regiment of the 2nd Brigade of the Fujian Provincial Defense Army. In the same year, he was promoted to brigade commander. In the winter of 1930, he served as the commander of the 3rd detachment of the Fujian Bandit Ex-enemy Command. In January 1944, he served as a major General in the Military Senate. In 1947, he was elected as a representative of the Constituent National Assembly. In June 1949, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 7th District (Changting) of Fujian Province. He was captured in Changting, Fujian on October 16. July 1951. He was executed in Changting, Fujian on the 30th.

78. Major General Ye Qianwu 叶干武 (1900-1950).
From Meixian County, Guangdong. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.He served as the Colonel Inspector of the Training Director Department of the Military Commission, the deputy Director of the Major General of the Youth Army Training Director Department in the winter of 1945, and the Major General Inspector of the General Command of the Hexi Police in 1947. He was captured in Jiuquan, Gansu in September 1949.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1950.

79. Major General Tian Zimei 田子梅 (1904-1950).
The character Xueshan is from Chun County, Shanxi Province.Graduated from the 4th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.He was the commander of the 231st Brigade of the 91st Army and participated in the uprising in Jiuquan, Gansu on September 22, 1949.After organizing a rebellion, it was suppressed after being captured in 1950.

80. Major General Tian Dongyun 田动云 (1900-1950).
A native of Junlian, Sichuan.Graduated from the 4th Political Science Department of the Whampoa Military Academy and the Police and Constitutional Studies Class of the Central Military Academy.He served as the director of the Secret Service Department of the Statistics Bureau of the Military Commission, the director of the Police Department of the Sichuan-Yunnan-Vietnam Railway, and the commander-in-chief of the 12th Headquarters of the Traffic Police in October 1949. In January 1950, he served as the director of the Sichuan-Yunnan-Guizhou Military and Political Committee and the guerrilla commander. He was captured and executed in Chengdu in November.

81. Major General Bai Zhiyi 白志沂 (1911-1949).
The character Yuqing is from Lingqiu, Shanxi.Graduated from Shanxi Provincial Legislative and Political College.He served as the county governor of Lingqiu County, Shanxi Province, the county governor of Qilan County, and the director of the Political Department of the First Cavalry Army. In the summer of 1939, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 10th District of Shanxi Province. In December 1940, he was a member of the Shanxi Provincial Government. In September 1943, he served as the mayor of Taiyuan City. In October 1948, he also served as the commander of the Taiyuan Civil Guard. He was captured on April 24, 1949 and executed in Taiyuan on August 23.

82. Major General Liu Ziren 刘子仁 (1900-1951).
Formerly known as Junde, he was from Yongcheng, Henan.In 1922, he joined the Feng Yuxiang Department of the Northwest Army as a soldier. In May 1937, he resigned and returned to his hometown. He served as the captain of the Yongcheng County Security Brigade. In May 1938, he served as the deputy captain of the 29th Brigade of the Second Headquarters of the Huxi People's Volunteer Army. In August 1939, he joined the New Fourth Army led by the Communist Party. He served as the deputy commander of the 1st Brigade and the head of the 1st Regiment of the Guerrilla Detachment of the New Fourth Army. In 1940, he was incorporated into the Eighth Route Army led by the Communist Party and served as the head of the 17th Regiment of the 6th Brigade of the 4th Column of the Eighth Route Army. The county governor of Xiayi County and joined the Communist Party of China. In December of the same year, he led his ministry to take refuge in the Kuomintang and served as the deputy commander of the 1st column and the commander of the 2nd detachment in the Sulu-Henan-Anhui Border Area. In the winter of 1944, he took refuge in the Japanese pseudo and served as the commander of the 1st division of the Pseudo-Southern Advance Army. After the victory of the War of Resistance, the department was incorporated by Chiang Kai-shek and served as the commander of the newly formed 54th Division of the 3rd Road Army. Later, he served as the head of the security Regiment in Eastern Henan, the commander of the security Brigade of the 5th Appeasement District and the county governor of Yongcheng County. In the spring of 1949, he served as the 127th The major General of the 309th Division of the army was executed in Bazhongcheng, Sichuan on December 25, and in Kaifeng, Henan on March 7, 1951. In December 1960, the Henan Provincial High People's Court revoked the original judgment and reinstated it.

83. Major General Liu Yueting 刘月亭 (1900-1951).
From Juancheng, Shandong.In 1926, he served as the commander of the 2nd Division of the 14th Army of the Zhilu Coalition, and in 1930, he served as the commander of the 17th Army of the 5th Army of the anti-Jiang Coalition. He participated in the Central Plains War. In 1932, he served as the commander of the 118th Brigade of the 41st Army. In February 1933, he participated in the Rehe War of Resistance. In 1941, he served as the major General of the newly formed 5th Army. After being captured in Lin County, Henan Province in June 1942, he surrendered to the Japanese and served as the temporary commander of the 7th Army of Wang Pseudo's 24th Army. Army commander, after the victory of the War of Resistance, his department was incorporated by the Kuomintang. He served as the deputy commander of the 3rd Column and the commander of the 7th Headquarters of the Ministry of National Defense. He was captured in Tangyin, Henan on May 2, 1947 and executed in Zhenzhong in 1951.

84. Major General Liu Mingxia 刘明夏 (?-1951).
Don't be Yu Ping. A native of Jingshan, Hubei.Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.The father is educated and the economy is medium.The prefectural Jingshan Junior High School and the Central Officers' Training Corps will graduate from the school.His father Liu Ying is a member of the old League.In 1914, he went to elementary school in Japan with his father, returned to Beijing in 1916, and graduated from the private Sacred Heart Elementary School.In 1919, he came to Shanghai and entered the church to run Chengyang Middle School for two years.In 1921, his father died in Wuchang and he dropped out of school without financial assistance.In the spring of 1924, Zhan Dasheng and Sun Jing, representatives of Hubei Province to the Kuomintang, recommended to apply for the Whampoa Military Academy. In May of the same year, they entered the fourth team of the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy to study.Joined the Communist Party of China during the semester.After graduation, he served as the platoon commander of the Second Regiment of the Whampoa Military Academy, the party representative of the Sixth Regiment of the Second Division of the National Revolutionary Army, and the chief of Staff and head of the 71st Regiment of the 24th Division of the Eleventh Army. He participated in the Nanchang Uprising.In 1928, he was sent by the Party Committee to Qiongya to carry out the armed struggle between workers and peasants, and served as the commander-in-chief of the East Road Army of the General Command of the Qiongya Workers and Peasants Revolutionary Army.It broke away from the organization of the Communist Party of China in 1929.In the autumn of the same year, he registered with the Nanjing Huangpu Classmates Association and sent the Central Training Group to train in the school's training class.He later served as the chief of staff and brigade commander of the Independent Second Brigade of the First Army.After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the deputy division commander of the 12th Division of the Third Army of the Fifth Army, and later as the division commander of the 94th Division of the Fourteenth Army. He was awarded the rank of Major General in July 1939.He was captured by the Japanese after the defeat of the Battle of Nakajo Mountain. He served as the counsellor and military attaché of Major General Wang Pseudo, the deputy Head of the Tax Police Group of the Ministry of Finance of Wang Pseudo, and the Administrative Inspector of the First District of Shanghai Special City.In October 1943, he was awarded the rank of Major General of the Army by the Wang Pseudo-Military Committee.After the victory of the War of Resistance, he was arrested and imprisoned by the Kuomintang authorities, and soon released on bail to start a business.He was executed in the town in the spring of 1951.

85. Major General Liu Yuezhi 刘岳峙 (1877-1950)
was the leader of the Hunan Rightist faction during the Great Revolution. The word Meizhai.A native of Hengshan.Studied at Changsha Yuelu Academy.Member of the league.After 1920, he served as the director of Hunan Provincial Government Affairs, the director of Finance, a member of the provincial government, a member of the Standing Committee of the Kuomintang Provincial Party Department, and the Minister of Farmers.Organized the Kuomintang right-wing organization "Zuoshe" in an attempt to lead the peasant movement astray.He absconded after being expelled from the party by the provincial party department.In 1928, he was appointed as a member of the Wuhan Political Branch of the Kuomintang.In 1930, he was arrested by the Red Army with a reward, and fled back to Hengshan, collecting rent and lending, and manipulating county government.On the eve of liberation, he organized the “Self-defense Forces” and was shot to death in 1950.

86. Major General Liu Jiaqing 刘家庆 (1893-1953).
No. Yanxi, a native of Xihua, Henan.Graduated from the 6th Artillery Section of Baoding Army Officer School.In 1932, he served as the colonel's adjutant director of the Office of the Governor of Appeasement in the Henan-Shaanxi-Hubei Border Area, the colonel's traffic director of the 15th Army in 1933, the adjutant Director of the Major General of the Commander of the First Theater in 1939, the Major General Commander of the Luohe Security Command in 1942, and the commander of the Mobilization Area of the five counties of Xisui in Xilin County in 1944. In 1947, he served as a senator of the Henan Provincial Government. He was arrested in Xihua, Henan in 1949 and executed in 1953.

87. Major General Liu Zhanxu 刘展绪 (1906-1951).
No. Diqiang is from Neijiang, Sichuan.Graduated from the 6th phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 10th phase of the Army University.He served as the chief of Staff of the 88th Army in 1938, the chief of staff of the Major General of the 31st Army in 1945, and the deputy commander of the 72nd Army and the commander of the newly formed 34th Division in 1949. He was captured in Sichuan in December of the same year and executed in 1951.

88. Major General Liu Lihui 刘黎辉 (1906-1949).
Formerly known as Qingtai, the character Langxuan is from Jingmen, Hubei.Graduated from the 7th Artillery Department of the Wuhan Branch of the Central Military Academy.In 1939, he served as the captain of the military training brigade of the 197th Division of the 9th Theater, the deputy commander of the colonel of the Bijie Regiment in 1940, and the combat staff officer of the 197th Division of the 99th Army in 1941. He participated in the Battle of Changsha. In February 1943, he served as the chief of staff of the 3rd Advance Column of the 5th Theater. In April, he also served as the commander of the 1st detachment. In April 1944, he served as the commander of the bandits in the upper reaches of the Xianghe River. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the head of the 2nd Regiment of the newly formed 46th Division of the 2nd Army, stationed in Xinjiang. He left his job in the autumn of 1946 and returned to Hubei. He served as the deputy captain of the Jingmen Self-defense Force in 1947, the county governor of Zhongxiang County, Hubei Province in January 1949, the head of the 1st Security Regiment of Hubei Province in February, and the Major General of the 9th Security Brigade of Hubei Province in July. He was captured in Jingzhou, Hubei on July 15 and executed on December 31.

89. Major General Yang Renan 羊仁安 (1878-1951).
Formerly known as Xizhi, also known as Qingquan, a native of Hanyuan, Xikang.In July 1926, he served as the deputy commander-in-chief of the Sichuan Border Defense Army and the commander of the 2nd Mixed Brigade. In 1927, he served as the deputy commander of the 2nd Division of the 23rd Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In 1928, he served as the commander of the 16th Mixed Brigade of the 4th Road of the 24th Army. Later, he served as the commander of the 3rd Brigade of the Chuankang Border Defense Command. In 1934, he served as the commander of the Fulin Ning Tribe and participated in the interception of the Long March Red Army. In December 1949, he became the commander of the newly formed 11th Army. In January 1950, he also served as the commander of the Southwest First Army. 2 Deputy commander-in-chief of the Guerrilla General Command, and concurrently a member of the Xikang Provincial Government and the director of the Kangbei Branch, was captured in Hanyuan, Xikang on March 21.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1951.

90. Major General Guan Zhongzhi 关仲志 (1909-1952).
From Panyu, Guangdong.Graduated from the Officer Training Class of the Central Military Academy and the 20th phase of the Army University.In 1949, he served as the deputy Division Commander and acting Division commander of the Major General of the 4th Security Division of Guangdong Province. He was captured in Taishan, Guangdong on October 24 of the same year and executed in Zhen 'an in 1952.

91. Major General Shi Xingzhou 师兴周 (1901-1950).
His name is Liwu, his character is Xiuwen, and he is from Longshan, Hunan.He served as the head of the Longshan County Security Regiment in 1934, the deputy commander-in-chief of the Longshan Self-Defense Forces in 1946, the deputy commander-in-chief of the 8th District Security Command of Hunan Province in 1948, and the Major General of the 6th Division of the Provisional 2nd Army in August 1949. He was captured in Longshan, Hunan on November 10, 1950 and executed in the same year.

92. Major General Lu Mengxiong 吕梦熊 (1890-1952).
Also known as Xin Chu, from Changning, Hunan.Graduated from the third phase of Baoding Army Officer School.He was the captain of the first team of the First Student Team of the Whampoa Military Academy, the chief of Staff of the 2nd Division of the 7th Army of the National Revolutionary Army in 1927, and the director of military training of the Guilin Military Training Office in 1930. He resigned in 1934 and served as a major General in the Military Senate in March 1942. He retired in 1946 and returned to his hometown. He was captured in Changning, Hunan in October 1949.He died in Zhen 'an in 1952.

93. Major General Zhu Huai 朱淮 (1894-1950).
The character Yucheng is from Yuanmou, Yunnan. Graduated from the 14th phase of Yunnan Zhanwutang and the first phase of the General Class B of the Army University.He served as the commander of the 4th Brigade of the Yunnan Army, participated in the First Eastern Expedition in February 1925, served as the head of the 22nd Regiment of the 7th Division of the 3rd Army in 1927, served as the major General of the 35th Brigade of the 12th Division of the 3rd Army in 1933, served as the Major General of the Chongqing Garrison Command in February 1940, served as the Major General of the 1st Army Headquarters in the spring of 1945, and served as the director of the 1st Army Procurement Committee in September of the same year. He left his post in 1946 and returned to his hometown. He was elected as a representative of the National Congress in 1947. In May 1949, he served as the county governor of Yuanmou County, Yunnan Province and the commander-in-chief of the 32nd Joint Defense Zone. He refused to rebel in December of the same year. In January 1950, he was captured on the way to escape after the liberation of Yuanmou, and was executed in Yuanmou, Yunnan in September of the same year.

94. Major General Zhu Youkai 朱有凯 (1908-1953).
The character Xueqin is from Jiangling, Hubei.Graduated from the 7th phase of the Wuhan Branch of the Central Military Academy.In November 1937, he served as the chief of the lieutenant colonel Section of the Staff of the 94th Division and participated in the Xinkou War of Resistance. In November 1938, he was the chief of the staff of the colonel of the 97th Army. In 1939, he was the head of the Field Supplementary Regiment of the 97th Army. In June 1940, he was attached to the colonel of the Military Order Department. In 1941, he was transferred to the head of the 4th Security Regiment of Hubei Province. In June 1944, he became the county governor of Gucheng County, Hubei Province. In 1946, he was transferred to the county governor of Anlu County, Hubei Province. In 1948, he was appointed a commissioner of the Hankou Municipal Government. He was also the director of the First Division of the Hankou Citizens' Self-defense Command. In the spring of 1949, he served as the Deputy Brigade Commander and head of the 1st Regiment of the Hubei Provincial Security Brigade. In August, he served as the Deputy Division Commander of the 1st Security Division of Hubei Province. In October, he served as the chief of Staff of the Temporary 8th Army Major General. He was captured in Jintang, Sichuan on December 26.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1953.

95. Major General Zhu Guangzu 朱光祖 (1912-1950).
A native of Pingliang, Gansu.Graduated from the first phase of the Northwest Officer Training Class of the Central Military Academy.In January 1949, he served as the head of the 2nd Regiment of the 1st Division of the 1st Army, and in December, he served as the Major General of the 1st Division of the Southwest Military and Political Chief's Office. He was captured in Xichang on March 29, 1950 and executed in Chengdu on April 2.

96. Major General Xiang Yang 向阳 (1906-1950).
Tujia nationality, early spring, from Longshan, Hunan.Graduated from the 5th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In 1935, he served as the deputy director of the Hunan District of the Graduate Investigation Office of the Central Military Academy. In the autumn of 1937, he served as the deputy commander of the security of the 4th District of Hunan Province. In the spring of 1938, he was transferred to the deputy commander of the security of the 3rd District of Hunan Province. In 1942, he served as the director of the 7th Branch of the Hunan Provincial Water Police. In 1946, he served as the deputy Commander of the Hunan Provincial Officer Training Brigade. In March 1947, he served as the deputy commander of the security of the 10th District of Hunan Province, and then changed to the county Governor of Longshan County, Hunan Province. In 1949, he served as the deputy commander of the 1st Division of the Temporary 1st Army. In the autumn of the same year, he served as Sichuan and Hunan. The commander of the newly formed 13th Division of the Appeasement Office of the Hubei Border Region was captured in Longshan, Hunan in December.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1950.

97. Major General Duohan Zhang 朵含章 (1909-1951).
Mongolian, the character is Mingzheng, from the source of Qinghai. Graduated from the 10th Artillery Section of the Central Military Academy and the 5th Special Class of the Army University.He served as the chief of staff of the colonel of the 82nd Army and later as the senior staff of the Major General of the 82nd Army. He was captured in Menyuan, Qinghai in September 1949.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1951.

98. Major General Ruan Xun 阮勋 (1897-1950).
Also known as Jin Shen, from Song County, Henan Province.In his early years, he joined the Zhensong Army as a soldier. In 1928, he served as the commander of the 74th Division of the 29th Army, and later changed to the commander of the 65th Division. In October 1935, he served as the Major General of the Anhui Provincial Guard Brigade. In March 1938, he served as a member of the Military Senate. In 1940, he served as the commander of the Second Road of the Self-defense Army in the First theater. In 1943, he served as the commander of the 11th detachment of the Southern Henan Guerrilla Independence in the 5th Theater. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security commander of the Runan District of Henan Province. In 1950, Huangchuan, Henan was executed.

99. Major General Xiao Bupeng 肖步鹏 (1906-1951).
Alias Wanli, from Chen County, Hunan Province.Graduated from the Fifth phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.Graduated from the captain class of the Central Military Academy, the Tactical Research Class, and the seventh phase of the Central Training Corps.He has served as a trainee and district captain of the enlisted student team of the military academy, and a political instructor of the enlisted student Department.After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he moved to Chengdu with the school and served as the lieutenant colonel and captain of the Sixth infantry Team of the 14th Central Military Academy.In April 1940, he served as the colonel and captain of the Second Brigade of the Seventeenth Infantry, attached to the colonel of the Second Brigade.In 1948, he served as a senior instructor of the colonel of the Political Training Department of the Military Academy.In December 1949, he served as the deputy director of the guerrilla cadre training class of the Military Academy, the deputy commander-in-chief and chief of staff of the “Anti-Communist National Salvation Self-defense Army” in Northwest Sichuan, and the acting chief of education of the Major General of the Central Military Academy.At the end of the same year, he revolted with the first and third headquarters of the military academy.Soon, he led some military cadets to rebel and was captured by the People's Liberation Army.In 1951, he was executed in the counter-revolution.

100. Major General Shen Kaiyue 沈开越 (1907-1950).
Self-renewal, from Ningbo, Zhejiang. Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In 1935, he served as the commander of the patrol detachment of the Military Committee's Don't Move Headquarters, in 1937, he served as the leader of the 3rd group of squires in the squire room of the Chairman of the Military Committee, in 1946, he served as the commander of the 2nd Division of the 79th Army, and in 1949, he was the deputy commander of the 3rd Army. In December of the same year, he served as the chief of Staff of the Chengdu Defensive Command. He was captured in Pujiang, Sichuan in late December. He was executed in Chengdu in July 1950 for organizing riots.

101. Major General Wang Yanhua 汪援华 (1905-1950).
Tujia nationality, character Shunming, from Yongshun, Hunan.Graduated from the higher education class of the Second Branch of the Central Military Academy.After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the commander of the 2nd battalion of the 89th Regiment of the 45th Brigade of the 15th Division of the 73rd Army. He participated in the battle of Songhu. In 1940, he served as the head of the 1st regiment of the 5th Division of the newly formed 6th Army. In the autumn of 1940, he served as the deputy commander of the 5th Division of the 73rd Army. In March 1945, he served as the county governor of Tongcheng County, Hunan Province. In August 1946, he served as the commander-in-chief of the 2nd Headquarters of the Hunan Provincial Police. In June 1948, he served as the head of the 10th Security Regiment of Hunan Province. In March 1949, he served as the 5th Security Regiment of Hunan Province. Brigade Major General, Brigade commander, served as the deputy commander of the Temporary 1st Army and the commander of the Temporary 5th Division in August, and was captured in Yongshun, Hunan on October 22.He was executed in Yuanling, Hunan on December 16, 1950.

102. Major General Chen Zixian 陈子贤 (1903-1950).
Mingke family, from Yuanling, Hunan.Graduated from the 9th Artillery Division of Baoding Army Officer School and the 7th Artillery Division of Army University.In 1931, he served as the commander of the 188th Brigade of the 63rd Division. In April 1933, he also served as the deputy commander of the 4th District of the Hunan Provincial Security Command and participated in the siege of the Red Army. In April 1948, he served as the deputy commander of the Changli Security Command. In July 1949, he served as the commander of the newly formed 3rd Division of the Sichuan-Hunan-Hubei Border Region Appeasement Office. In September, he served as the commander of the Temporary 1st Army. He was captured in Yuanling, Hunan on June 4, 1950 and executed in the same year.

103. Major General Chen and Shen 陈与参 (?-1951)
A native of Libo, Guizhou.Graduated from the Nanning Branch of the Central Military Academy.In June 1949, he served as the Administrative inspector and security commander of the 10th District (Yishan) of Guangxi Province. In October, he also served as the major General of the newly formed 39th Division of the newly formed 15th Army. In 1950, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Military and Political Headquarters of the Qiangui Border Region. He was captured in Libo, Guizhou in January 1951 and was executed soon after.

104. Major General Chen Weiguang 陈伟光 (1902-1950).
From Langdai, Guizhou. Graduated from the second phase of Guizhou Zhanwutang Buke.After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the head of the 612th Regiment of the 305th Brigade of the 102nd Division of the 4th Army and participated in the Battle of Songhu. In 1939, he served as the colonel of the 305th Regiment of the 102nd Division of the 4th Army and participated in the Battle of Changsha. In August 1940, he served as the deputy division commander of the 102nd Division of the 4th Army. In the spring of 1942, he served as the division commander of the 102nd Division of the 4th Army. In the autumn of 1944, due to the loss of Changsha, he was removed from his post and detained for investigation. He was released in 1948 and served as a major General of the Ministry of National Defense. In 1949 In October, he served as a major general of the 19th Army Corps and was captured in Pu'an, Guizhou.He later served as the deputy director of the Front Branch Committee of Langdai County, Guizhou Province and the deputy commander of the anti-bandit Command.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1950.

105. Major General Chen Chunyi 陈纯一 (1900-1951).
The name Yunxiu, the character Chunyi, also known as Yansheng.From Yanglou Village, Chendian Township, Zhangji District, Bo County, Anhui Province.In 1916, he joined the Rehe Yi Army and served as the secretary of the 13th Battalion.Graduated from the Buke Class of Yijun Army Camp School (Hall).In 1930, he served as the captain of the Second squadron of the Bo County Police.From 1931 to 1935, he served as the third-class sheriff of the Pinghan Railway and the captain of the road guard squadron.In the winter of 1935, he resigned from his railway post and was recommended by Yu Xuezhong to the Zhang Qingyu Department of the First Special Police Team in Tongxian County. He served as the supervisor of the First Special Police Team. On July 29, 1937, he participated in the Tongzhou Uprising led by Zhang Qingyu.In 1938, he served as the major supervisor and acting deputy of the Northern Anhui Anti-Japanese People's Self-defense Force.In May 1939, he was transferred to the Military training Group of the Huangqian Training Class for training, and graduated in April of the following year. In 1940, he served as the major of the 6th Cavalry Division of the Second Army, stationed in Shenqiu, Jieshou to Huangpan District.After the merger of the Third Division and the Sixth Division of the Second Army, the special service Brigade was changed to the armored vehicle team of the Third Division, and he served as the lieutenant colonel and captain of the armored vehicle team of the Third Division.In 1942, he served as the colonel and commander of the 44th detachment of the 15th Column of the Kuomintang advancing in the Sulu-Henan-Anhui Border Area.In December 1943, he was promoted to Major General Commander of the 11th Column of the Kuomintang advance in the Sulu-Henan-Anhui Border Area.There are more than 4,000 people in this department, stationed in the areas of Youhe and Dayangji in Bo County.In the 34th year of the Republic of China (1945), it was stationed in Yanzhuang, Huoyang Yimenji, and Shishili areas of Bo County in September, and moved to Zaoji and Cross River areas of Bo County in December.In January 1946, the Zhengzhou Appeasement Office was reduced to the Eighth Supplementary Army Group, with the head of the group (under the jurisdiction of four battalions), and was later integrated into the Bohuanyong Three-county Joint Defense and Self-defense Group by the Xuzhou Appeasement Office of the Kuomintang.On February 2, 1947, Bo County was liberated for the first time. The ministry was stationed in Xiaozhai, Huobei, and was defeated by Liu Bocheng's ministry.In April 1947, he was appointed by the Xuzhou Appeasement Office of the Kuomintang as the Major General of the Second Brigade of the Army Headquarters.In July 1947, the Ministry was transferred to Shangqiu Vulcan Platform.He resigned from the military and ran the “Sansan Tobacco Factory” in Shangqiu.Later, he took his family members to Huaiyuan and Fuyang to engage in grain management.He was captured in Jieshou, Anhui in November 1949.He was executed in Bo County, Anhui Province on January 21, 1951.

106. Major General Chen Cexun 陈策勋 (1900-1950).
The Bai nationality, formerly known as Guangyong, is from Sangzhi, Hunan.Graduated from the 18th phase of Yunnan Zhanwutang and the 3rd phase of the Higher Education Class of the Central Military Academy.In August 1926, he served as the battalion commander of the machine gun battalion of the 1st Division of the 9th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In 1927, he left the army and returned to his hometown. He served as the commander of the Sangzhi County Militia. In April 1929, he served as the commander of the Sanghe Joint Defense. In February 1930, he served as the head of the newly formed Supplementary Regiment of the 31st Division. In the spring of 1932, he served as the county governor of Sangzhi County, Hunan Province. In 1935, he served as the head of the Temporary 1st Regiment of the Xiangxi Appeasement Office, and later served as the deputy Commander of the Security Command of the 2nd District of Hunan Province. He resigned in 1939. In 1948, he served as the chief of staff of the Major General of the Changli Security Command, the commander of the 1st Brigade of the Appeasement Office of the Hunan-Hubei Border Area in April 1949, and the commander of the 2nd Division of the Provisional 1st Army in September. He was captured in Sangzhi, Hunan on April 26, 1950 and executed in the same year.

107. Major General Chen Shuntong 陈舜统 (1904-1950).
From Qiongdong, Guangdong.Graduated from the 6th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.During the War of Resistance, he served as the commander of the Poyang River Defensive Reserve Area, the deputy Director of the Political Department of the 57th Army, and the head of the Major General of the Inspection Group of the 9th Theater of the Ministry of Military Affairs. In 1948, he served as the Chief of Staff of the 14th Training Command. In 1950, he served as the First road Inspector of the Hainan Defense General Command. He was captured in Wanning, Hainan in May of the same year and later executed.

108. Major General Zheng Qingquan 郑清泉 (1899-1951).
Also known as Fan Lun, a native of Dazhu, Sichuan.He served as the head of the Independent 1st Brigade and 1st Regiment of the 4th Division of the 21st Army. He participated in the siege of the base of the Central Soviet Region in 1934. In 1938, he served as the major General of the 1st Brigade of the newly formed 14th Division of the 72nd Army. He participated in the Battle of Nanxun. He returned to his hometown in January 1939 and served as the Deputy Director of the Dazhu Joint Defense Department. In May 1948, he served as the deputy Commander of the Dazhu People's Self-Defense Force. In October 1949, he served as the Major General Commander of the 8th Column of the Advancing Army of the Ministry of National Defense. He was captured in Qu County, Sichuan in December.He was executed in Dazhu, Sichuan in November 1951.

109. Major General Fan Yusheng 范埏生 (1907-1951).
His original name was Wen Wei, his name was Qi, and he was from Fushun, Sichuan.Graduated from the Artillery Department of Sichuan Army Zhanwutang and the 5th Special Class of Army University.He was the deputy chief of the Artillery Section of the Military and Political School of the 20th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. He joined the underground organization of the Communist Party of China in 1929. He was arrested by the Kuomintang in 1933 and left the party. In 1935, he served as the director of the Adjutant Department of the 20th Army and participated in the pursuit of the Long March Red Army. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the adjutant General of the Headquarters of the 27th Army. He participated in the Battle of Songhu. In 1944, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 1st District (Zhenyuan) of Guizhou Province. In 1947, he served as the director of the Chongqing Civil Affairs Bureau. In 1949. In November, he served as the chief of Staff of the Chongqing Garrison General Command, and in December, he served as the chief of Staff of the Appeasement Office of the Sichuan-Shaanxi-Gansu Border Area and the deputy commander of the 20th Army. He was captured in Jintang, Sichuan on December 23.He was sentenced to death in Chongqing in March 1951.

110. Major General Lin Zhiyun 林芝云 (1901-1952).
From Xiangtan, Hunan. Graduated from the first phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.He was the head of the 2nd Security Regiment of Hunan Province. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he was the deputy commander of the guerrilla advance column of the 6th Theater. In 1949, he was the Major General Commander of the Hunan-Hubei-Jiangxi Border Area Clearance Command. He was captured in Hunan in August of the same year.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1952.

111. Major General Lin Xiushan 林秀山 (1899-1951).
His ancestral home is Fujian, and he was born in Luzhai, Guangxi.In the spring of 1938, he served as the acting head of the lieutenant Colonel of the Supplementary Regiment of Liuzhou Division, and in July he served as the colonel of the 12th Guerrilla Detachment in Eastern Hubei. He left his post in 1940. In August 1944, he served as the deputy commander of the Guilin District Militia Command. In June 1949, he served as the Colonel Commander of the second Detachment of the Guilin Appeasement Office. In December, he served as the commander of the Independent 1st Division of the Central China Military and Political Chief's Office, and in January 1950, he served as the commander of the 126th Army of the Guizhong Military and Political District. On February 26, 1951, he was the commander of the 126th Army of the Guizhong Military and Political District. Dayaoshan, Guangxi was captured and executed in Liuzhou, Guangxi on March 25.

112. Major General Luo Lianhui 罗联辉 (1906-1952).
Graduated from the Fifth phase of the Management Department of the Whampoa Military Academy. Alias Sheng Kui, from Xinfeng, Guangdong.Participated in the Northern Expedition War and the War of Resistance against Japan, and served as a platoon, company, battalion, and head of the National Revolutionary Army.In 1946, he served as a major General in the Guangzhou Appeasement Office and the mayor of Xinfeng County (1947, 5-8).In August 1947, he was captured by the Beijiang People's Self-Defense Force of the People's Liberation Army in Xinfeng County and later released.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1952.

113. Major General Luo Guoxi 罗国熙 (1907-1951).
His name is Chu Cai, from Luxian County, Sichuan.Graduated from the second phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In the spring of 1940, he served as the head of the 2nd Regiment of the Loyal National Salvation Army of the Soviet-Zhejiang Action Committee of the Military Committee. In August, he also served as the commissioner of the 9th Theater Training Office, responsible for training plainclothes mixed teams. In 1945, he served as the director of the Inspection Department of the Chongqing Garrison Headquarters. In May 1948, he served as the Administrative inspector and security commander of the 7th District (Luxian County) of Sichuan Province. In August 1949, he also served as the commander-in-chief of the Southern Sichuan guerrillas. He was captured in Luxian County, Sichuan on December 29. He was executed in the town rebellion in 1951.

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Re: List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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114. Major General Yue Bofen 岳伯芬 (1910-1950).
Ming Shifang is from Licheng, Shandong.After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he organized a self-defense regiment in Licheng to fight the War of Resistance. In July 1938, he accepted the adaptation of the Eighth Route Army and served as the battalion commander of the 11th Regiment of the 3rd Detachment of the Shandong People's Anti-Japanese Guerrilla Column. In September, he led the division out of the 3rd detachment. In 1939, he served as the battalion commander of the 1st Independent Regiment of the 69th Army. In the autumn of 1940, he served as the head of the 16th Security Regiment of Shandong Province and the county governor of Licheng County. In 1943, he served as the commander of the 13th Security Brigade of Shandong Province. In 1944, he served as the commander of the 25th Column of the Shandong Advance Army. Major General Commander, After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the county governor of Licheng County and the captain of the security brigade in Shandong Province. In September 1948, he was defeated and fled in the battle of Licheng by the People's Liberation Army. He was captured on the way to Qingdao and executed in Licheng, Shandong on August 20, 1950.

115. Major General Zhou Ruilin 周瑞麟 (1884-1950).
Also known as Xiancheng, a native of Renshou, Sichuan.Graduated from the Officer Training Institute of the 21st Army.He was the head of the 1st brigade of the instructor Division of the anti-bandit Headquarters on the south Bank of Sichuan. He participated in the siege of the Red Army in 1935. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the adjutant general of the 23rd Army. He went out to Sichuan to participate in the War of Resistance. In 1938, he served as the director of the Sichuan River Shipping Department, and later served as the chief of the Recruitment Unit of the Sichuan Mobilization Committee. The adjutant General of the Sichuan-Shaanxi-Hubei Border Area Appeasement Office, the adjutant General of the Sichuan-Guizhou-Hunan-Hubei Border Area Appeasement Office, then left his post and returned to his hometown. In 1949, he served as the deputy Director of the Renshou County Self-defense Committee, and in February 1950, he served as the Administrative Inspector of Leshan District, Sichuan Province. He was also the commander of the 6th column of the Anti-Communist National Salvation Army in the office of the Southwest Military and Political Chief. He was captured in Xichang in the same year and escorted to Renshou for execution.

116. Major General Zhou Jingwu 周静吾 (1898-1950).
A native of Dangyang, Hubei, he is sent to Chengdu, Sichuan.Graduated from the second phase of the Sichuan Military Education Corps and the Higher Education Class of the Central Military Academy.During the War of Resistance, he served as the chief of the staff of the 41st Army and went out to Sichuan to participate in the War of Resistance. He later served as the chief of staff of the Major General of the 41st Army and the chief of staff of the headquarters of the 22nd Army. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the deputy commander of the integrated 41st Division. In early 1949, he served as the senior staff of the Major General of the Appeasement Office of the Sichuan-Hubei Border Area. He participated in the uprising in Shifang, Sichuan on December 26, and conspired to organize a rebellion in March 1950. He was captured in Chengdu on March 28 and executed on June 20.

117. Major General Zhou Xieqing 周燮卿 (?-1950).
Also known as Xie Qin, a native of Jiangjin, Sichuan.In his early years, he served in the Hunan Army. In 1930, he served as the commander of the 3rd Brigade of the newly formed 34th Division, chasing the Red Army in Hunan. In 1936, he served as the commander of the temporarily formed 11th Brigade. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he participated in the battle of Songhu. In August 1949, he served as the commander of the newly formed 2nd Division of the Appeasement Office of the Sichuan-Hunan-Hubei Border Area. In November, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Anti-communist National Salvation Army in the Hunan-Hubei-Sichuan-Guizhou Border Area. He was captured in Songtao, Guizhou, on July 29, 1950, and executed in Tongren, Guizhou in September.

118. Major General Meng Xiangzhi 孟祥祉 (1903-1951).
A native of Lingqiu, Shanxi.He served as the county governor of Puxian County, Shanxi Province. In 1940, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 10th and 13th Districts of Shanxi Province. In 1946, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of Datong District, Shanxi Province. In 1948, he served as the director of the Datong Administrative Department. He was captured in Datong on May 1, 1949 and executed on April 27, 1950.

119. Major General Shan Junqing 单俊卿 (1902-1951).
Formerly known as Shan Qinshi, it is commonly known as Shan San (ranked third), Shan San.A native of Xiangshan, Shili Village, Watuan Township, Hugou District, he was born into a landowner's family and attended private schools and senior elementary schools.In the 21st year of the Republic of China (1932), he served as a soldier in the temporary First Division of the Northern Soviet National People's Party warlords Bai Baoshan and Sun Chuanfang.In the 24th year of the Republic of China (1935), he went to Hankou to join the Kuomintang Hubei, Henan and Anhui Security Corps Cadre Training Class and the Anqing Social Training Team for 9 months. After training, he served as the deputy of the Hugou District Team of Suxian County of the Kuomintang.In the 27th year of the Republic of China (1938), he was promoted to the district captain; soon he was changed to the captain of the Meifushi Department of the Huaiyuan County Guerrilla Detachment of the Kuomintang, and the following year he became the captain of the Su Nan Guerrilla District of the Kuomintang.At the beginning of the 29th year of the Republic of China (1940), he served as the head of the Independent Security Group of Su County and ran his own gun repair shop.In the autumn, he served as the commander (Major general) of the third detachment of the pseudo-Huaihai Province “Bandits”, with a strength of about 3,700 people in 3 regiments and 1 guard brigade, falsely claiming to be 5,000 people.The following year, he expanded the ordnance repair institute into a gun factory, which can manufacture light machine guns, Czech-style rifles, grenades, etc., especially the good performance of light machine guns, which was appreciated by Komatsubara, the head of the Japanese police department who invaded Bengbu.By the time the Japanese surrendered, only about 200 light machine guns were produced.At the same time, Shan San built a double polder and dug a double trench in Hugouji. On the periphery is a wooden city of about one square kilometer built of logs, and the surrounding area is a warning area full of mines. In the 23rd year of the Republic of China (1944), he also set up his own power plant for gun factories and power grids on the wooden city, turning Hugouji into an independent kingdom with him as the earth emperor. He captured and strangled Zhang Manping, secretary of the Bengbu Industrial Committee of the Communist Party of China, killed Song Peifang, Wang Yongdian, etc., underground staff of the Communist Party of China, killed resident Liu Wende and occupied his wife in the name of “Fornication Eight Roads”, and shot and killed more than 200 innocent people, demolished more than 800 private houses, looted and extorted countless people's property. In order to unite against Japan, the New Fourth Army fought for him many times. He asked his second brother and pseudo-battalion commander Shan Shuoqing to come forward and promise: He would like to transmit information about the Japanese sweep for our army in advance, and when clearing the way for the Japanese to sweep, his pseudo-army would only shoot into the sky and not fight the New Fourth Army.Therefore, it remained neutral for a while.After the surrender of the Japanese army in the 34th year of the Republic of China (1945), Shan San served as a major general of the Independent Division in the department of Hao Pengju, the director of the pseudo-Xuzhou Appeasement.On the night of October 10, Shan Sanshuo was defeated by two regiments of the People's Liberation Army in the Fuliji area of Suxian County. He fled to Xuzhou in a hurry to organize the remnants into a regiment and served as the head of it.In the autumn of the following year, he was annihilated by our army at Zhaodun Station on the East Longhai Line, and absconded to Nanjing alone.In the 37th year of the Republic of China (1948), Shan San returned to Su County to organize a return regiment and counterattack.After failing, he sneaked to Nanjing to live in hiding.In February 1950, Shan San was arrested by the Nanjing public security Organs for selling hundreds of taels of tobacco and soil.After being taken back to his place of origin, he was sentenced to death by the Suxian People's Court as a murderer, and was shot at public trial in Hugouji in the spring of 1951.

120. Major General Xiang Liyuan 项丽源 (1912-1952).
From Jianli, Hubei.Graduated from the Eighth Phase of the Nanjing Central Military Academy and has served in the military.In 1946, he served as the director of the staff of the Major General of the Hubei Provincial Security Command, and in 1949, he served as the director of the Major General of the staff of the Southwest Military and Political Chief's Office.At the end of the same year, he revolted with the ministry in Chengdu.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1952.He was rehabilitated in the 1980s.

121. Major General Xiang Ronghuan 项荣还 (1910-1950).
From Anshun, Guizhou.Graduated from the 8th Transportation Department of the Central Military Academy and the 4th Class B of the General Officer Class of the Army University.He served as the chief of communications of the Central Military Academy Teaching Team. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he participated in the battle of Songhu. He soon served as the adjutant of the major of the Ministry of Military Affairs. He later served as the lieutenant colonel of the 2nd Supplementary Regiment of the 5th Army. In 1944, he served as the colonel of the 286th Regiment of the 96th Division of the 5th Army. In 1945, he served as the tactical instructor of the Army Infantry School. In February 1949, he served as the Major General of the 343rd Division of the 89th Army. In November, he served as the Deputy Commander of the 89th Army and the commander of the 343rd Division. On December 7, he was killed in Qinglong, Guizhou. Captured and executed in Qujing, Yunnan in 1950.

122. Major General Hou Zhidan 侯之担 (1894-1950).
The name Zuyou, the character iron shoulder, is from Tongzi, Guizhou.Graduated from Guizhou Zhanwu Academy.In 1924, he served as the head of the 2nd Regiment of the 3rd Division of the Guizhou Army, in 1927, he served as the deputy division commander and brigade commander of the 1st Division of the 25th Army of the National Revolutionary Army, and also served as the commander-in-chief of the Southern Sichuan Defense Army. In 1931, he served as the deputy commander and commander of the 25th Army. In 1935, he intercepted the Red Army in Wujiang. After the defeat, he was removed from his post and detained. After his release, he lived in Chishui, Guizhou in 1938. In April 1949, he served as the commander-in-chief of the anti-communist Self-defense and National Salvation Army in Southern Sichuan. September 1950 He was captured in Luxian County, Sichuan on January 28, and executed in Chishui, Guizhou in December of the same year.

123. Major General Guo Xinpo 郭馨坡 (1900-1957).
Mingzhitang, from Taikang, Henan.He served as the county governor of Taikang County, Henan Province in 1944, the administrative inspector and security commander of the 7th District (Huaiyang) of Henan Province in 1947, the deputy Division commander of the 310th Division of the 127th Army in April 1949, and the deputy commander of the 127th Army in August. He later absconded under a pseudonym. He was captured in Taikang, Henan in January 1956 and executed on April 12, 1957.

124. Major General Hou Zhenbang 侯镇邦 (1890-1951).
The character Jingchen is from Xuanwei, Yunnan.Born in Xingwu, he served as the colonel of the 10th Independent Regiment of the 10th Road Army in April 1929, the Major General of the 1st Brigade of the newly formed 10th Division in July 1937, the Major General of the newly formed 11th Division in August 1940, the Major General of the newly formed 11th Division in February 1943, the Major General of the newly formed 11th Division in May 1946, the Major General of the newly formed 11th Brigade of the 58th Division in May 1946, the Major General of the Ministry of National Defense in October 1947, and the Yunnan Provincial Security Command in March 1948. Major General Gao Shen, who returned to his hometown in the same year, was shot and killed in Xitong Village, Xuanwei County, Yunnan in 1951 during the land reform movement.

125. Major General Luan Leshan 栾乐山 (1910-1951).
Also known as the Law Chapter, a native of Kaiyuan, Liaoning.Graduated from the 7th phase of Northeast Zhanwutang.In 1932, he served as the commander of the 5th Road of the Anti-Japanese National Salvation Army and fought the War of Resistance in the central region of Liaoning. In 1934, he took refuge in Japan. He was the head of the security Regiment of Luan County, Hebei Province, and the commander of the 2nd Army of the North China Appeasement Army. After the victory of the War of Resistance, his department was incorporated by the Kuomintang. He served as the acting deputy commander of the 2nd Column of the 1st Road Army in the 11th Theater. In 1948, he served as the Major General of the 271st Division of the 101st Army. He was captured in Beiping in January 1949.He was executed on August 22, 1951.

126. Major General Gao Liting 高理亭 (?-1951).
From Suiyuansha County. During the War of Resistance, he surrendered to the Japanese and served as the commander of the 2nd Division of the pseudo-Suixi Autonomous Coalition Forces. After the victory of the War of Resistance, his department was incorporated by the Kuomintang. In 1948, he served as the major general of the 13th Cavalry Brigade of the Guisui Command Post, the headquarters of the North China Bandits, and participated in the uprising in Suiyuan on September 19, 1949.He later served as the deputy Brigade commander of the temporary cavalry Brigade directly under the 36th Army of the People's Liberation Army and the deputy Division commander of the 106th Division of the People's Liberation Army.Organized a rebellion in June 1950 and was sentenced to death in 1951.

127. Major General Tang Boyin 唐伯寅 (1897-1952).
The character Xianchun, alias Jianxiang, is from Xiangtan, Hunan.Graduated from the first phase of Hunan Army Zhanwutang.In 1927, he served as the head of the 110th Regiment of the 55th Brigade of the 19th Division of the National Revolutionary Army, and in 1935, he served as the commander of the 55th Brigade of the 19th Division. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he participated in the Battle of Songhu and the Battle of Wuhan. In August 1939, he served as the Major General of the 19th Division of the 70th Army. In November 1944, he served as the commander of the Nanfeng Division and later the commander of the Linhuang Division. He retired in 1946 and returned to his hometown. In March 1949, he was instigated by the underground organization of the Communist Party of China to participate in the Jiangnan Underground led by the Communist Party of China. He served as the deputy commander of the 4th Army and was captured in Changsha, Hunan in August. He later served as a senior staff officer of the 21st Army Corps of the People's Liberation Army.He died of Zhenfu in Xiangtan on February 21, 1952.

128. Major General Tang Mengke 唐孟恪 (1903-1952).
Also known as Meng Gou, No. Changying, a native of Dong'an, Hunan.Graduated from Hunan Army Lecture Hall, the 6th phase of the Higher Education Class of the Central Military Academy, and the 3rd phase of the special class of the Army University.During the War of Resistance, he served as the commander of the 9th Theater, Major General Gao Shen and the head of the 1st Liaison Group. In 1942, he served as the chief of Staff of the 79th Army. Later, he served as the commander of the 1st column of the guerrilla advance in the 9th Theater. In 1945, he served as the Major General Gao Shen of the 4th Army. In 1946, he served as the 20th Appeasement District Major General Gao Shen and the deputy Commander of the Jinan People's Volunteer Corps. In 1947, he served as the Deputy Commander of the Integrated 2nd Division. He was captured in the Battle of Jinan on September 24, 1948. He was released in February 1949 and returned to his hometown. In July, he served as the commander of the Independent 10th Division of the Central China Military and Political Administration Office. He was captured in Dong'an, Hunan in October and executed in Zhenzhong in 1952.

129. Major General Tang Xianyao 唐宪尧 (1899-1951).
From Liangshan, Sichuan. Graduated from the 5th Engineering Division of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 11th Engineering Division of the Army University.He served as the chief of the operations Section of the First Branch of the Sichuan-Hubei Appeasement Office, and the tactical instructor of the colonel of the Chengdu Branch of the Central Military Academy. In 1940, he served as the senior staff of the Major General of the headquarters of the 30th Army. He retired in 1946. In 1949, he served as the acting director of the Forward Command Post of the Appeasement Office of the Sichuan-Hubei Border Area. In November of the same year, he served as the Chief of Staff of the Major General of the Advance Army of the Ministry of National Defense. He was captured in Qu County, Sichuan on December 15. He was executed in the town in the winter of 1951.

130. Major General Nie Guonai 聂国鼐 (1904-1951).
Zi Qiangming is from Yunmeng, Hubei.Graduated from Baoding Zhanwutang.In the spring of 1934, he served as the head of the 3rd Security Regiment of Hubei Province. In 1938, he served as the commander of the 569th Brigade of the 197th Division of the 8th Army. Later, he served as the deputy commander of the Major General of the 197th Division of the 8th Army. He fought in Southern Hubei for a long time. In early 1944, he served as the senior staff of the Major General of the Dongting Security Command. In 1946, he served as the county governor of Huang'an County, Hubei Province. In 1948, he returned to his hometown for leisure. In the spring of 1949, he served as the Administrative Inspector and Security Commander of the 3rd District (Suixian County) of Hubei Province. In December 1950, he was killed in Changsha. Captured and executed in Xiaogan, Hubei in 1951.

131. Major General Mo Jiao 莫蛟 (1909-1950).
Formerly known as Huanyu, he is from Hengxian County, Guangxi.Graduated from the advanced class of the Nanning Branch of the Central Military Academy.He served as the director of academic affairs of the Nanning Branch of the Central Military Academy. In 1944, he served as the head of the colonel of the 56th Regiment of the newly formed 19th Division of the 46th Army. He participated in the Battle of Changheng and the Battle of Guiliu. Later, he served as the deputy division commander. In September 1946, he served as the commander of the 4th Brigade of the 10th Army. In September 1947, he served as the supervisor of the Gui Nan Division. In November, he served as the county governor of Hengxian County, Guangxi Province. In June 1949, he served as the Administrative Inspector of the 4th District (Nanning) of Guangxi Province and the commander of the security of the Major General. In October, he became the new The commander of the newly formed 43rd Division of the 14th Army was captured in Guangxi in December and executed in Hengxian County, Guangxi on December 20, 1950.

132. Major General Mo Yu 莫御 (1901-1952).
Also known as Yaobin, Shuguo, Zi Neng, from Dong'an, Hunan.Graduated from the 4th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In September 1939, he served as the Major General Commissioner of the Military Station Director Department of the Ministry of Military Affairs. In 1941, he served as the deputy Division Commander and director of the Political Department of the newly formed 7th Division of the 50th Army. He participated in the siege of the New Fourth Army in the Southern Anhui Incident. In 1942, he served as the deputy Division commander of the 63rd Division of the 100th Army. In 1946, he served as the deputy commander of the railway Transportation of the 1st Supply Area of the Joint Service Headquarters. In May 1948, he served as the deputy Commander of the Hengyang Railway Transportation Command. He was captured in Guangxi in November 1949 and was in Zhenzhong in the spring of 1952. executed.

133. Major General Xu Yusheng 徐余生 (1906-1951).
A native of Guang'an, Sichuan.Graduated from the 6th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.He served as the chief of the Formation and training Section of the Southern Sichuan Division. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the colonel instructor of the Sichuan Provincial National Army Training Department. In 1939, he served as the deputy commander of the Chongqing Labor Force. In 1943, he served as the head of the 2nd Regiment of supplementary Soldiers in the Nanchong Division. In 1949, he served as the Major General of the 7th Division of the anti-communist People's Protection Army. He was captured in Yuechi, Sichuan in December 1949 and died in Zhen 'an in 1951.

134. Major General Xu Zhenzhong 徐振中 (1912-1949).
A native of Yidu, Shandong.In 1938, he served as the captain of the 1st brigade of the 22nd Guerrilla Detachment of the 5th Theater. In the same year, he left the army to form the Yibei Anti-Japanese guerrilla Brigade as the captain. In 1941, he served as the head of the 2nd Regiment of the 15th Security Brigade of Shandong Province and the county governor of Linzi County, Shandong Province. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the Major General of the 4th Security Brigade of Shandong Province, and also served as the commander of the security of Yi, Shou, Lin, and Guangbian Districts. In July 1946, he served as the commander of the 6th Security Brigade of Shandong Province. He was captured in the Battle of Jinan on September 23, 1948. In 1949, he was captured in the Battle of Jinan. He was executed in Yidu, Shandong on August 2.

135. Major General Xu Jitai 徐继泰 (1907-1950).
From Guanyun, Jiangsu.Graduated from the 5th phase of the higher education class of the Northwest Army Cadre School and the Central Military Academy.He served as the captain of the Jinjiang Police Brigade in Fujian. After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the chief staff officer of the commander of the 3rd Theater and the staff officer of the headquarters of the 24th Army. In 1939, he served as the commander of the 349th Brigade of the 117th Division of the 89th Army. Later, he served as the county governor of Lianshui County, Jiangsu Province. In May 1941, he served as the administrative Inspector of the 8th District of Jiangsu Province and the commander-in-chief of the four counties of Northern Jiangsu. In June 1942, he took refuge in Japan and became the commander of the 11th Brigade of the pseudo-Xuzhou Appeasement Army, the pseudo-peaceful anti-communist Xingya and the Third Army of the Founding of the People's Republic of China. After the victory of the War of Resistance, the department was incorporated by the Kuomintang and served as the commander of the 5th Division of the newly formed 6th Road Army. In 1946, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Commercial Patrol Team of the Lianghuai Salt Bureau. In 1948, he served as the commander of the Temporary 6th Column of the Ministry of National Defense. In February 1949, he served as the commander of the 334th Division of the 123rd Army. He was captured in Shanghai on May 5. He was executed in Guanyun, Jiangsu on January 29, 1950.

136. Major General Liang Shunde 梁顺德 (1909-1952).
Alias Zhenxin, from Meixian County, Guangdong.Graduated from the 7th Artillery Section of the Central Military Academy, the 1st Artillery School of the Army, and the 8th Special Class of the Army University.In 1937, he served as a tactical instructor at the Army Artillery School, in 1939, he served as the deputy head of the 9th Artillery Regiment directly under the Ministry of Military Affairs, in 1941, he served as the head of the 9th Artillery Regiment, in 1943, he served as the deputy chief of staff of the 76th Army, in 1944, he served as the deputy chief of staff of the newly formed 2nd Army, in 1946, he served as the Chief of Staff of the Hexi Security General Command, and later as the Chief of Staff. He entered the Army University in 1947 and was captured in Chongqing in December 1949.He later served as a teacher at the Northeast Advanced Artillery School of the People's Liberation Army.He was sentenced to death in 1951.

137. Major General Liang Cailin 梁彩林 (1898-1952).
A native of Heshan, Guangdong.He served as the deputy division commander of the 187th Division of the 65th Army. In the summer of 1946, he served as the major general of the 187th Brigade of the integrated 65th Division. He was captured in the Battle of Rugao in Northern Jiangsu in July.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1952.

138. Major General Tuo Gongting 庹贡庭 (1898-1951).
The character Xianzhi is from Youyang, Sichuan.Graduated from the third phase of the Party and Government Class of the Central Training Corps.He served as the county governors of Wushan, Hejiang, Xuyong, and Luxian Counties in Sichuan Province. In December 1946, he served as the administrative inspector and security commander of the 8th District (Youyang) of Sichuan Province. In April 1949, he also served as the commander of the Appeasement Command of the Sichuan-Guizhou-Hunan-Hubei Border Area. In September, he served as the deputy chairman of the Supreme Decision-making Committee of the Sichuan-Hunan-Hubei-Guizhou Border Area. In January 1950, he served as the chairman of the Sichuan-Hubei-Hunan People's Self-defense Committee, and surrendered in Yongshun, Hunan in mid-March.He was executed for bandits in May 1951.

139. Major General Huang Mian 黄冕 (1882-1951).
The character Ji Xin is from Hengxian County, Guangxi.Graduated from the second phase of the Baoding Army Officer School.In 1921, he served as the captain of Nanning Zhanwutang District, in 1926, he served as the chief of staff of the 6th Brigade of the 7th Army of the National Revolutionary Army, in 1927, he served as the head of the 6th Division of the 7th Army, in 1931, he served as the deputy commander of the Liuzhou and Baise Militia Commands, in 1937, he served as the Major General commander of the Liuzhou and Wuzhou Militia Commands, and in early 1948, he served as the deputy chairman of the Anti-rebellion and Founding Committee of Hengxian County, Guangxi. He was detained and controlled in January 1950. After his release, he participated in the organization of conspiracy and riots. He was executed in Hengxian County in September 1951. .

140. Major General Huang Qingyun 黄庆云 (1884-1951).
The name is from the first place, the number is Hanxun, and he is from Dazu, Sichuan.Graduated from the second phase of the Sichuan Army Officer Training Institute and the Higher Education Class of the Central Military Academy.In 1933, he served as the commander of the 76th Brigade of the 26th Division, a major general in the Military Senate in 1935, the commander of the Jiannan Division in 1942, and the deputy commander of the Bishan Division of the Chongqing Garrison in 1943. He was soon dismissed and returned to his hometown. In 1949, he became the commander of the Tongda Joint Defense Command. In November, he became the commander of the 5th Army of the Anti-communist People's Protection Army. In December, he surrendered in Dazu, Sichuan. Later, due to supporting the rebellion, he was killed in Dazu, Sichuan on January 15, 1951 execution.

141. Major General Xiao Bupeng 萧步鹏 (1906-1951).
The character Wanli is from Chen County, Hunan Province.Graduated from the 5th Phase of the Whampoa Military Academy.In 1940, he served as the captain of the 17th Infantry 2nd Student Team of the Central Military Academy, and later served as the deputy captain of the 19th Student Team of the Central Military Academy, and the Major General instructor of the Central Military Academy. In the winter of 1949, he also served as the adjutant of the guerrilla cadre training class of the Central Military Academy. In December, he became the deputy commander-in-chief and Chief of Staff of the Anti-Communist National Salvation Army in Northwest Sichuan and the Commander of the 3rd Road. He surrendered in Chengdu at the end of December.He was executed in Chen County, Hunan Province in 1951.

142. Major General Xiao Shujing 萧树经 (1903-1950).
The character Lunfu is from Duyun, Guizhou.Graduated from the third phase of the Whampoa Military Academy. In 1933, he served as the captain of the 5th Brigade of the Military Committee's Non-moving Headquarters, the director of the Guizhou Provincial Public Security Bureau in 1935, the director of the Major General of the Supplementary Training Department of the Ministry of Military Affairs in 1940, and the Administrative Inspector and security Commander of the 2nd District (Dushan) of Guizhou Province in 1947. He was elected as a representative of the Constituent National Assembly in 1948 and was executed in Duyun, Guizhou in July 1950.

143. Major General Qi Nanpu 戚南谱 (1898-1951).
Also known as Chaoyang, the character Fuliang is from Quanjiao, Anhui.Graduated from the special Research Class of the Central Military Academy.In 1919, he joined the student company of the 2nd Division of the Baoding Army as a soldier. In 1927, he was attached to the 1st Regiment of the Supplementary Brigade of the 3rd Army of the 2nd Army of the National Revolutionary Army. In the spring of 1928, he served as the colonel of the Supplementary 1st Regiment of the 95th Division of the 4th Army of the 1st Army. He participated in the Second Northern Expedition. In 1937, he served as a member of the lieutenant Colonel team of the Military Committee. In May 1941, he served as the head of the Shanghai Industrial Police Sports Group of the Military Statistics Bureau, and later served as the commander-in-chief of the Jiangbei Operation Team in the Jiangsu-Anhui Border Area. In 1944, he served as the first The deputy division commander and director of the Political Department of the Major General of the 5th Reserve Division of the 49th Army. He served as the deputy Division commander of the 192nd Division of the 28th Army in 1945 and as a major General of the Ministry of National Defense in 1947. He was captured in Huizhou, Anhui Province in April 1949. After his release, he organized the Chinese Anti-Communist Army Security Command as the commander. He was captured in Nanjing on November 21 and executed in Hefei in March 1951.

144. Major General Sheng Fengyao 盛逢尧 (1897-1951).
The character Ke Private, from Wuning, Jiangxi.Graduated from the second phase of Shaoguan Branch of Yunnan Zhanwutang.In September 1933, he served as the head of the 30th Regiment of the 5th Division, the commander of the independent 36th Brigade in 1935, and the commander of the newly formed 23rd Division in 1938. He returned to his hometown for leisure in 1944. In 1948, he served as the Major General of the 16th Appeasement District. Senior staff, then the commander of the 17th Column, was defeated and captured in Yuanjiang, Hunan in 1949, and was executed in Wuning, Jiangxi in October 1951.

145. Major General E Yousan 鄂友三 (1910-1951).
A Salazi from Suiyuan.Graduated from the 9th Cavalry Division of the Central Military Academy.In 1939, he served as the chief of staff of the former enemy General Command of the People's Anti-Japanese Self-defense Army of Suiyuan Province. He participated in the War of Resistance in Suiyuan. In the autumn of 1940, he served as the commander of the 5th Cavalry Column of the 8th Theater and the captain of the rangers of the Deputy commander of the 8th Theater. In 1945, he also served as the Administrative Inspector of the 1st District (Guisui) of Suiyuan Province. In 1948, he served as the Major General of the 12th Cavalry Brigade of the Bandit-fighting Headquarters in North China, and participated in the uprising in Suiyuan in September 1949.He later served as the commander of the 4th Cavalry Division of the People's Liberation Army. He was arrested in November 1951 and executed soon after.

146. Major General Wen Huai Guang 温怀光 (?-1953).
Deputy Commander of the 10th Kuomintang Army and commander of the 19th Army, was executed in Taiyuan in 1953.

147. Major General Xie Shiqin 谢世钦 (1912-1950).
Miao nationality, from Leishan, Guizhou.Graduated from Guizhou Chongwu School.In 1940, he served as the head of the 164th Regiment of the 55th Division of the 94th Army. In 1943, he participated in the Battle of Western Hubei and the Battle of Changde. In 1944, he served as the head of the 363rd Regiment of the 121st Division of the 94th Army. In April 1945, he participated in the Battle of Xiangxi. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the chief of Staff of the 121st Division of the 94th Army. In 1948, he served as the Chief of the Colonel Section of the Adjutant General Bureau of the Ministry of National Defense. In June 1949, he served as the Chief of Staff of the Guiyang Security Command. Later, he was transferred to the 51st Supply Branch of the 42nd Supply Division of the Joint Service Headquarters. The head of the branch, he served as the head of the 10th Security Regiment of Guizhou Province in October, and the commander of the Major General of the Appeasement Zone in Southeast Guizhou in March 1950. He was captured in Leigongshan, Guizhou on October 10 and executed in Leishan, Guizhou on October 17.

148. Major General Xie Dongshan 谢东山 (1884-1951).
Formerly known as Zixing, he was from Hengxian County, Guangxi.In 1926, he was attached to the 2nd Brigade and 3rd Regiment of the 7th Army of the National Revolutionary Army, served as the head of the group in 1928, served as the colonel of the 170th Brigade of the 57th Division in 1929, and served as the adjutant of the colonel of the 19th Road Army Headquarters in 1932. After the defeat of the 19th Road Army in Fujian against Jiang, he did business in Guangzhou. In 1939, he served as a major General of the headquarters of the 26th Army. In January 1948, he served as the Deputy Chairman of the Anti-rebellion and Founding Committee of Hengxian County, Guangxi. In 1950, he was in Guangxi. Organized a rebellion and was executed in Hengxian County, Guangxi on May 4, 1951.

149. Major General Jiang Zuojun 蒋作均 (1903-1951).
The character Yuqin is from Yingcheng, Hubei.Graduated from the 3rd phase of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 1st phase of the General Class B of the Army University.Participated in the Northern Expedition in 1926, served as the captain of the guard brigade of the Northern Hubei Appeasement Office in October of the same year, served as the colonel of the 48th Division Special Service Regiment in March 1930, served as the county governor of Yingcheng County, Hubei Province in November, and served as the commander of the newly formed 3rd Brigade of the bandit-fighting headquarters in the Hunan-Hubei-Sichuan Border Area in October 1935. In 1936, he served as the commander of the 60th Brigade of the 94th Division, and then served as a major General of the Military Committee. In 1937, he served as the deputy commander of the 48th Division, and in 1938, he served as the officer training of Shaanxi Province. The head of the class, in 1942, he served as the head of the first group of major generals of the Political Department of the Commander-in-Chief of the First Theater, retired in July 1946, was elected a representative of the Constituent National Assembly in November, and served as a member of the Investigation Committee of the Constitutional Implementation Promotion Committee in March 1947. He was captured in Chongqing in April 1951 and executed in Yingcheng on August 15.

150. Major General Han Zipei 韩子佩 (1907-1950).
A native of Fugu, Shaanxi.Graduated from the 4th Management Division of the Whampoa Military Academy.He served as the commander of the machine gun brigade of the 84th Division, the head of the Yulin Security Regiment, and the staff officer of the Xi'an Security Headquarters. In 1947, he served as the Administrative Inspector of the 8th District (Dali) of Shaanxi Province and the commander of the security of the Major General. In 1949, he also served as the commander of the 6th Security Brigade of Shaanxi Province. Surrendered in Huashan, Shaanxi on June 18 of the same year.He was later sentenced to 5 years in prison, and was sentenced to death on January 17, 1950 due to irregular behavior during his detention.

151. Major General Han Jinlu 韩进禄 (1906-1951).
Hui nationality, from Hualong, Qinghai. In 1935, he served as the head of the Civil regiment of Datong County, Qinghai Province, in 1937, he served as the head of the Cavalry Regiment of the 100th Division of the 82nd Army, in 1938, he served as the commander of the 3rd Cavalry Brigade of the 100th Division of the 82nd Army, in 1940, he served as the Administrative Inspector of the 8th District of Qinghai Province, in 1945, he served as the chief of the police of Xining City, in 1946, he served as the mayor of Xining City, in 1947, he served as the Major General of the 82nd Army, and in the same year he served as the Administrative Inspector of the 7th District of Qinghai Province and the county Governor of Tongde County, In August 1949, he served as the commander of the 3rd Brigade of the newly formed 6th Cavalry Army, and in November, he served as the commander of the 3rd brigade of the newly formed 82nd Army. He organized a rebellion and was forced to surrender in 1950. He was executed in Xining in October 1951.

152. Major General Meng Ziren 蒙自仁 (1884-1950).
Zhuang nationality, the character Xiangqing, a native of Guangxi.He has served in the Gui Army for a long time. In 1930, he served as the head of the 2nd Guards Regiment of the 7th Army of the National Revolutionary Army. He participated in the siege of the left and right Rivers Revolutionary base. During the War of Resistance, he served as the major General commander of the 3rd Guerrilla column in southern Henan. In 1944, he served as the deputy commander of the four counties of Lai, Qian, Wu, and Xiang in Guangxi. The deputy commander of the Liuzhou Police Command and the commander of the joint defense of Lai, Xiang, Wu, and Qian Counties, he was captured in Guangxi in December of the same year, and after his release, he served as the Guangdong-Gui Border Area of the Anti-Communist National Salvation Army. The commander of the 3rd brigade of the column and the commander-in-chief of Liu, Lai, and Xiang to eliminate the bandits were captured on February 7, 1950 and executed in Nanning on June 20.

153. Major General Lu Kezhen 路可贞 (1904-1951).
From Changqing, Shandong.Graduated from the 4th phase of the Management Department of the Whampoa Military Academy and the 2nd phase of the First Class of the General Officer Class of the Army University.During the War of Resistance, he served as the deputy division commander of the Major General of the 21st Division of the 92nd Army, the temporary commander of the 30th Division of the 2nd Cavalry Army in 1942, the deputy commander of the temporary 15th Army in October 1943, and the deputy commander of the Integrated 3rd Division in September 1946. He was captured in Xiping, Henan on December 26, 1947.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1951.

154. Major General Liao Kaixiao 廖开孝 (1898-1950).
From Chongqing, Sichuan.In 1925, he served as the head of the 9th Mixed Brigade Cavalry Regiment of the Sichuan Army, and in 1932, he served as the major General of the 11th Brigade of the 4th Division of the 21st Army. He participated in the siege of the Red Army in the western Hunan-Hubei Region. In November 1949, he served as the commander of the anti-communist 1st Division of the Chongqing Garrison. Participated in the uprising in Chongqing on November 27.He was later executed for organizing a riot.In March 1950, he was arrested and shot in Chongqing for organizing a rebellion.

155. Major General Liao Jianfu 廖剑父 (1908-1951).
A native of Huarong, Hunan. In 1946, he served as the director of political and industrial affairs of the Major General of the Integrated 38th Division, the director of political and industrial affairs of the 13th Appeasement District Headquarters in 1948, and the deputy commander of the 15th Army in the spring of 1949. He revolted in Zunyi, Guizhou in November.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1951.

156. Major General Tan Huamin 谭化民 (1905-1951).
The character Wende, the number Chengyou, is from Chaling, Hunan.Graduated from the 7th Cavalry Division of the Central Military Academy.In November 1947, he served as the deputy division commander of the Major General of the Integrated 32nd Division. He was captured in Zhoucun, Shandong in March 1948. He was released and returned to Qingdao in December. In February 1949, he served as the instructor of the 9th Training Command and the Training Headquarters. On November 25, he registered with the People's Liberation Army Military Administration in Chenzhou, Hunan.In 1951, he was executed in Zhenzhong, Chaling, Hunan.

157. Major General Tan Chengxiang 谭呈祥 (1906-1951).
Hui nationality, from Hualong, Qinghai.In 1936, he served as the head of the 599th Regiment of the 300th Brigade of the 100th Division. He participated in the pursuit of the Long March Red Army in the northwest. In the autumn of 1937, he served as the head of the 82nd Army Special Service Regiment. In 1943, he served as the deputy commander of the 100th Division of the 82nd Army. In 1946, he served as the Major General of the 100th Brigade of the integrated 82nd Division. In September 1948, he served as the commander of the 100th Division of the 82nd Army. He surrendered in Xining, Qinghai on September 8, 1949, and participated in the organization of the rebellion in November. He was forced to surrender again in 1950 and was executed in Xining on May 25, 1951.

158 Major General Pan Qi 潘琦 (1910-1951).
The name is Xingqi, the character is Yunxuan, and he is from Guangchang, Jiangxi.Graduated from the 7th phase of the Central Military Academy and the 5th phase of the Higher education class of the Central Military Academy.In 1947, he served as the deputy brigade commander of the Major General of the 10th Brigade of the integrated 10th Division, and in December 1948, he served as the acting division commander of the 10th Division of the 14th Army. He was captured in the Battle of Huaihai on December 15.After being released in August 1949, he returned to his hometown, participated in the organization of reactionary forces in 1950, and was executed in 1951.

159. Major General Fan Mingyuan 樊明渊 (?-1949).
The character Qianzhi is from Dingxiang, Shanxi.Graduated from Taiyuan Northern Military Officer School.After the outbreak of the War of Resistance, he served as the chief of staff of the newly formed Independent 4th Brigade of the 61st Army, participated in the Battle of Xinkou, and later served as the commander of the Jinsui Gendarmerie Command. In March 1943, he served as the commander of the Shanxi Gendarmerie Command. In June 1946, he served as the head of the 25th Regiment of the Gendarmerie Command Major General, was captured in the Battle of Taiyuan on April 24, 1949, and was executed in the same year.

160. Major General Ye Ganwu 叶干武 .
Deputy Director of the Military Law Department of the Youth Army Training and Training Department, surrendered in the 1950 autumn uprising in Meixian, Guangdong, and was rehabilitated in 1980.

161. Major General Zhao Juntu 赵俊图 (1911-1952).
A native of Liling, Hunan. Graduated from the 7th Phase of the Central Military Academy.In 1945, he served as a major general and senior staff officer of the headquarters of the Advance Army in the Jiangsu-Zhejiang-Anhui Border Area. After the victory of the War of Resistance, he served as the captain of the 12th Officer Corps. In 1947, he served as a major General of the Ministry of National Defense. In 1949, he served as the deputy commander of the Liling Division. Uprising in Changsha in August of the same year.He was executed in the town rebellion in 1952.

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Re: List of 242 generals of the national army shot during the anti-insurgency campaign

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