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

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K 1. ANHUI MILITARY DISTRICT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
( Li Desheng) x
Dec 67
Dec 67
Yu Guangmao Mar 76
83
d 1985
Jian Dehe Oct 83
May 85
Li Yuanxi May 85
Jul 90
Shen Shanwen Jul 90
First Deputy Commander
( Yu Guangmao) Sep 71
Jul 76
d 1985
First Political Commissar
( Zhang Wenbi) x
Dec 67
Oct 72
Song Peizhang x
Oct 73
May 77
( Wan Li) x
May 77
Mar 80
( Zhang Jingfu) x
Aug 80
Apr 82
Huang Huang x
Nov 83
Jun 86
Second Political Commissar
Liang Qiqing (1) Oct 73
Feb 77
d 1977
Wang Wenmo Aug 79
Apr 86
Political Commissar
Zhang Linyuan May 83
Apr 88
Shi Lei x
Aug 88
Feb 93
Chen Peisen(2) Feb 93
1.
Concurrently secretary Anhui CPC committee.
2.
Previously deputy political commissar of this military district.

K 2. BEIJING GARRISON

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
Wen Yucheng x
Mar 68
May 70
d 1989
( Wu Zhong) (1) x
Feb 72
Oct 77
d 1990
( Fu Chongbi) (2) x
Mar 78
Jun 79

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