Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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From 1963 to 1965 secretary-general State Council. In late 1975 he underwent criticism and was 'persecuted to death' by the Gang of Four and posthumously rehabilitated in August 1977.
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From 1965 to 1966 minister of Higher Education.
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Previously vice-president Qinghua University.
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From 1962 to 1965 vice-minister of Education.
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From 1965 to 1966 vice-minister Higher Education.
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Husband of Qian Zhengying.Previously vice-chairman Beijing Revolutionary Committee. From 1965 to 1967 vice-minister Higher Education.
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From 1963 to 1967 vice-minister of Culture.
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From 1964 to 1966 vice-minister State Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries Ccommission.
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From 1964 to 1967 vice-minister Higher Education.
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In May 1978 identified deputy secretary Jiangsu CPC committee. Subsequently vice‐ chairman Jiangsu CPC Advisory commission.
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A leader of the women's movement.
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From 1966 to 1967 deputy director CPC Propaganda department. Prior to this appointment vice-chairman Guangdong Revolutionary Committee.
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From 1964 to 1966 vice-president Nankai University.
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From 1957 to 1967 secretary Hebei CPC secretariat.
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From 1956 to 1965 first secretary Guizhou CPC secretariat.
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Inactive between January 1976 and April 1977.

G 24. MINISTRY OF THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY

No officials were identified between October 1968 and 1975 although isolated press
references did occur in this time. Until May 1982 the ministry was known as the Fourth
ministry of Machine Building. In April 1988 the ministry merged with the ministry of
Machine Building.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Wang Zheng(1) x
May 63
Aug 78
d 1978
( Qian Min) x
Aug 78
May 82
( Zhang Ting) x
May 82
Jun 83
( Jiang Zemin) x
Jun 83
Jun 85
( Li Tieying) x
Jun 85
Apr 87
Vice-Ministers
Gao Jun(2) x
Jun 64
Apr 88
He Huasheng Oct 79
May 82
( Jiang Zemin) x
May 82
Jun 83
( Li Rui) (3) x
Jan 79
Jan 79
Li Yuanru x
Aug 78
May 82
Li Zhaoji x
May 78
May 82
Liu Jianfeng x
Sep 84
Apr 88

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