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

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Political Commissar
Lan Baojing x
Dec 85
Jun 90
Chen Deyi Jun 90
1.
Previously deputy commander of this garrison.

K 27. XINJIANG MILITARY DISTRICT

Established as a military district in August 1985.

Commander Earliest
Latest
Liu Haiqing x
Aug 85
Jul 87
Gao Huanchang x
Jul 87
Nov 89
Duan Changjin (1) Nov 89
Jun 92
( Wang Ke) x
Jun 92
Dec 92
Political Commissars
Tang Guangcai x
Aug 85
Jun 92
Wang Enmao x
Aug 85
Nov 85
Pan Zhaomin (2) Jun 92
1.
Previously commander Nanjiang Military Sub-District.
2.
From December 1992 deputy political commissar Lanzhou Military Region.

K 28. XIZANG (TIBET) MILITARY DISTRICT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
( Zeng Yongya) (1) x
Sep 68
Oct 70
( Chen Mingyi) (2) Jul 71
Jan 75
Xi Jinwu Dec 75
Jul 83
Zhang Guirong Jul 83
Jan 84
d 1984
( Jiang Hongquan) (3) Aug 84
Jan 92
Zhou Wenbi Jan 92
First Political Commissar
( Ren Rong) x
Oct 68
May 80
Yin Fatang x
Jan 81
May 85

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