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

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Political Commissar
Cong Lizhi Mar 86
Dec 88
( Chen Shuqing) Dec 88
Aug 90
Zheng Shichao Oct 90
1.
Concurrently deputy commander Fuzhou Military Region.

K 4. GANSU MILITARY DISTRICT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
( Zhang Zhong) x
Sep 63
Oct 76
He Guangyu (1) Mar 77
Jun 78
Li Bin Sep 78
Dec 85
Zhou Yuechi Dec 85
Jun 90
Sun Cuiping (2) Jun 90
First Political Commissar
Hu Jizong x
Sep 70
Jul 74
d 1974
( Song Ping) x
Jun 76
Feb 81
Li Ziqi x
Nov 83
May 86
Political Commissar
Wen Jingyi Dec 88
Oct 90
Li Zhong Oct 90
1.
In June 1978 identified deputy commander Lanzhou Military Region.
2.
Previously deputy commander Yunnan Military District.

K 5. GUANGDONG MILITARY DISTRICT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
( Huang Ronghai) (1) x
Jan 65
Jul 71
Zhang Jingyao Aug 71
Feb 80
Su Kezhi Feb 80
Apr 81
Hao Shengwang Apr 81
Jun 83
Zhang Juhui Jun 83

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