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

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I 1. PLA GENERAL STAFF HEADQUARTERS

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution. In 1985 a number of PLA
arms were incorporated.

Chief of Staff Earliest
Latest
Huang Yongsheng x
Mar 68
Sep 71
p 1971, d 1983
( Deng Xiaoping) (1) x
Jan 75
Feb 80
Yang Dezhi x
Feb 80
Nov 87
( Chi Haotian) (2) x
Nov 87
Dec 92
Zhang Wannian x
Dec 92
Permanent Deputy Chief of Staff
Xu Huizi(3) x
Jun 85
Deputy Chiefs of Staff
Cao Guangchuan Dec 92
( Chen Jide) (4) x
Aug 70
Mar 72
d 1990
( Chi Haotian) x
Nov 77
Jun 85
Han Huaizhi x
Jun 85
Dec 92
Han Xianchu(5) x
Nov 65
Aug 68
d 1986
( He Qizong) (6) x
Jun 85
Dec 92
He Zhengwen(7) x
Oct 74
Jun 85
Hu Wei(8) x
Dec 74
Dec 76
Li Da(9) x
Nov 72
Mar 80
Li Jing x
Dec 92
Li Tianyou x
Apr 63
Sep 70
d 1970
Liu Huaqing x
Jan 80
Jun 85
Peng Shaohui x
Oct 55
Apr 78
d 1978
Wang Shangrong(10) x
Dec 74
Mar 80
( Wang Xinting) x
Nov 63
Oct 72
d 1984
Wang Zheng x
Jul 77
Aug 78
d 1978
Wen Yucheng x
Dec 67
May 70
d 1989
Wu Faxian x
May 68
Sep 71
p 1971
Wu Xiuquan(11) x
May 75
Jun 80
( Xiang Zhonghua) x
Jun 72
Oct 77
d 1981
Xu Xin x
Dec 82
Dec 92
Yan Zhongchuan x
Oct 69
Sep 71
p 1971
Yang Chengwu(12) x
Dec 74
Jul 83
Yang Yong(13) x
May 62
Jun 83
d 1983
Zhang Aiping x
Oct 77
Jun 85
( Zhang Caiqian) (14) x
Jun 71
Jan 80
Zhang Zhen x
Apr 80
Jun 85

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