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

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J 5. LANZHOU MILITARY REGION

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
( Pi Dingjun) (1) x
Oct 70
Jan 74
d 1976
( Han Xianchu) x
Jan 74
Feb 80
d 1986
Du Yide x
Feb 80
Jan 83
Zheng Weishan x
Jan 83
Jun 85
Zhao Xianshun x
Jun 85
Jun 90
( Fu Quanyou) x
Jun 90
Dec 92
Liu Jingsong x
Dec 92
First Political Commissar
Xian Henghan x
Dec 58
Jun 77
Xiao Hua (2) x
Jun 77
Jun 85
d 1985
Second Political Commissar
Song Ping x
Jun 77
Feb 81
Political Commissar
Li Xuanhua(3) x
Jun 85
Jul 90
Cao Pengsheng x
Jul 90
1.
Son-in-law of Zhu De.
2.
From 1964 to 1968 director PLA Political department.
3.
Previously director Political department Urumqi Military Region.

J 6. NANJING MILITARY REGION

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
( Xu Shiyou) x
Dec 57
Jan 74
d 1985
Ding Sheng x
Jan 74
Sep 76
Nie Fengzhi(1) x
May 77
Nov 82
d 1992
Xiang Shouzhi x
Nov 82
Jun 90
Gu Hui(2) x
Jun 90
First Political Commissar
Zhang Chunqiao x
Dec 67
Sep 76
p 1976

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