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Top Chinese nationalist army generals in WWII

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Chang Tse-chung (ZHANG Zi-Zhong)
General

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(1891-1940)

1935 - 1936 Chairman of the Government of Charhar Province
1937 Mayor of Tianjin
1937 General Officer Commanding 38th Division
1937 - 1940 General Officer Commanding LIX Corps
1938 General Officer Commanding 27th Army
1939 Commander in Chief Right Flank Army 5th War Area
1939 - 1940 Commander in Chief 33rd Army Group
1940 Killed in Action


Li Tsung-jen (LI Zong-Ren)
General

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(1891-1969)

1924 - 1925 Military-Governor of Guanxi Province
1926 General Officer Commanding ? Corps, Northern Expedition
1927 General Officer Commanding 7th National Republican Army
1927 - 1928 General Officer Commanding 3rd National Republican Army
1928 Commander in Chief 4th Army Group
1937 - 1943 Commander in Chief 5th War Area
1938 Chairman of the Government of Anhui Province
1943 - 1945 Director of the Generalissimo's Headquarters Hanzhong
1945 - 1947 Director of Peiping Field Headquarters
1947 Vice-President of the National Government
1949 - 1950 President of the Republic of China


Tu Yu-ming (DU Yu-Ming)
Lieutenant-General

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(1905-1981)

1937 Commanding Officer Armored Regiment
1938 General Officer Commanding 200th Division
1938 General Officer Commanding Siangtan Garrison Command
1938 - 1939 Deputy General Officer Commanding XI Corps
1939 - 1942 General Officer Commanding V Corps (5th Army), Burma
1941 - 1945 Commander in Chief Kunming Defence Command
1943 - 1945 Commander in Chief 5th Army Group



Sun Li-jen (SUN Li-Ren)
Lieutenant-General

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(1900-1990)

1942 General Officer Commanding 38th New Division, Burma
1943 - 1944General Officer Commanding I New Corps, Burma
1944 - 1945General Officer Commanding 1st New Army (X-Force), Burma


Hsueh Yueh (XUE Yue)
General

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(1896-1998)

General Officer Commanding 2nd Route Army
1935 Military Affairs Commissioner Guizhou Province
1936 - 1937Chairman of the Government of Guizhou Province
1937 Commander in Chief 19th Army Group
1938 General Officer Commanding Eastern Henan Army
1938 Commander in Chief 1st Army Corps
1939 - 1940Acting Commander in Chief 9th War Area
1939 - 1945Chairman of the Government of Hunan Province
1940 - 1945Commander in Chief 9th War Area
1949 Chairman of the Government of Guangdong Province



Wei Li-huang (WEI Li-Huang)
General

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(1897-1960)

1937 - 1941Commander in Chief 14th Army Group
1938 Commander in Chief Southern Route Force 2nd War area
1938 - 1942Commander in Chief 1st War Area
1939 - 1942Chairman of the Government of Henan Province
1942 - 1944Commander in Chief Yunnan Expeditionary Forces
1944 General Officer Commanding Y-Force
1944 - 1945Deputy Commander in Chief Chinese Army Headquarters
1947 - 1948Commander in Chief Nationalist Forces in Manchuria


Fu Tso-yi (FU Zuo-Yi)
General

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(1895-1974)

1928 - 1929General Officer Commanding Tientsin Garrison Command
1929 - 1930General Officer Commanding 10th Army
1930 - 1932General Officer Commanding 35th Army
1931 - 1946Chairman of the Government Suiyuan Province
1933 - 1941Commander in Chief 7th Army Group
1937 - 1941General Officer Commanding XXXV Corps
1938 Commander in Chief Northern Route Force 2nd War Area
1939 - 1945Deputy Commander in Chief 8th War Area
1945 Commander in Chief 12th War Area
1945 - 1947Director of Kalgan Pacification Headquarters
1946 - 1947Chairman of the Government of Chahar Province
1947 - 1948Commander in Chief General Headquarters for Bandit Suppression in North China


Tai An-lan (DAI An-Lan)
General

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(1904-1942)

1939 - 1942 General Officer Commanding 200th Division, Burma
1942 Killed in action



Chang Ling-fu (ZHANG Ling-Fu)
General

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(1904-1947)

1941 - 1943 General Officer Commanding 58th Division
1947 General Officer Commanding 74th Division


Wang Yao-wu (WANG Yao-Wu)
Lieutenant-General

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(1903-1968)

1937 - 1939General Officer Commanding 51st Division
1939 - 1943General Officer Commanding LXXIV Corps
1944 Commander in Chief 24th Army Group
1944 - 1945Commander in Chief 4th Front Army
1946 - 1948Chairman of the Government of Shandong Province


Li Han-huen (LI Han-Hun)
Lieutenant-General

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(1895-1987)

1937 - 1938 General Officer Commanding LXIV Corps
1938 - 1939 Deputy Commander in Chief 8th Army Group
1938 - 1945 Chairman of the Government of Quangdong Province
1939 - 1945 Commander in Chief 35th Army Group


Sun Lian-chung (SUN Lian-Zhong)
Lieutenant-General

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(1893-1990)

1928 - 1929 Military-Governor of Qinghai Province
1929 - 1930 Chairman of the Gansu Provincial Council
General Officer Commanding 26th Route Army
1937 General Officer Commanding 1st Army
1937 Deputy Commander in Chief 2nd Army Group
1937 - 1944 Commander in Chief 2nd Army Group
1938 Commander in Chief 3rd Army Corps
1940 Deputy Commander in Chief 5th War Area
1943 Acting Commander in Chief 6th War Area
1943 - 1945 Commander in Chief 6th War Area
1945 Commander in Chief 11th^ War Area
1945 - 1947 Chairman of the Government of Hebei Province
1945 - 1947 Director of Paoting Pacification Headquarters
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Post by Steen Ammentorp » 15 Feb 2006 18:56

Could you please state the sources for your pictures? Except for the last two which is stated. I can btw. recommend http://www.hoplite.cn for information on Chinese generals.

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Post by Steen Ammentorp » 15 Feb 2006 19:14

Sorry - Missed the img-tag. Please ignore my request.

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Post by Klemen L. » 17 Feb 2006 00:02

79seconds: Do you perhaps any biographical information for Lieutenant-General KAN LI-CHU (Commander of the 6th Army in Burma 1942) and Lieutenant-General LU KUO CH'UAN (Commander of the 93rd Kuomintang Division in Burma 1942)?

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Post by 79seconds » 17 Feb 2006 08:07

Kan Li-chu (GAN Li-Chu)
General

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(1901-1950)

1901 Born in Rong County, Guangxi Province, South China
1924 Graduated from Huangpu Military College 1st term


1933 General Officer Commanding 93rd Division, Maj General
1938 General Officer Commanding VI Corps
1939 - 1940 General Officer Commanding IX Corps
1942 General Officer Commanding VI Corps (6th Army), Burma
1944 General Officer Commanding LXXXXIII Corps
1945 Chief of Staff 2nd field army

1949 In Chinese civil war, Gan was promoted to Lt Gen as commandent of 10th army fighting against liberation army in Guangxi Provice
until 1950 he was killed in action in Dayao Mountain, Guangxi PRovince.
1959 Chiang Kai-Shek promoted Gan to General in Taiwan.


Lu Kuo-chuan (LV Guo-Quan)
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( 1903-1980? ) Not sure about the dates

1925 Graduated from Huangpu Military College 2nd term

1942 - 1945
General Officer Commanding 49th Division, Burma
General Officer Commanding 93rd Division, Burma
General Officer Commanding 26th Central Army

1949 Lv's army was defeated by PLA and backed to "Gold Triangle" doing business in Drugs.
In late 1970s Lv came back to the border of Burma and China doing business.

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RE: Top Nationalist Chinese Generals

Post by FTsearch » 20 Jan 2008 07:42

Dear Anyone in the Forum,

I am looking for a particular General in the Nationalist Army. He would have served in WWII of course, in the army. His name is An-Teh Liu. Has anyone here heard of this General's name? Or maybe he was not a general but an officer of lower ranking in the Nationalist army? I am desperately searching for some info on him. Thanks for the help in advanced!

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Post by Lornito Uriarte Mahinay Jr. » 21 Jan 2008 14:38

Chang Tse-chung (ZHANG Zi-Zhong) was not KILLED IN ACTION. He was mortally wounded and as the Japanese soldiers neared, he committed suicide rather than submit to the enemy...

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Re: Top Chinese nationalist army generals in WWII

Post by csegura » 09 May 2012 02:25

79 seconds, would you please send more biographical information about Wang Yao-Wu?

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Re: Top Chinese nationalist army generals in WWII

Post by Steen Ammentorp » 09 May 2012 07:47

Hi,

You will find a few more details on my site: http://www.generals.dk/general/Wang_Yaowu/_/China.html
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