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

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Pan Yan x
Jun 79
Oct 83
Li Zhongxuan(3) x
Oct 83
Mar 86
Yan Tongmao(4) Mar 86
Jul 89
He Shangchun(5) Jul 89
May 90
Dong Xuelin x
May 90
Dec 92
Zhang Zhijian(6) Dec 92
First Political Commissar
Duan Junyi x
Jan 81
Feb 85
Li Ximing x
Feb 85
Mar 86
Second Political Commissar
Huang Zuozhen x
Aug 67
May 68
d 1991
Wu Lie x
Jun 79
Jun 85
Political Commissar
Li Jinmin Mar 86
Feb 91
Zhang Baokang Feb 91
1.
From 1977 to 1986 deputy commander Guangzhou Military Region.
2.
From 1967 to 1968 commander of this garrison.
3.
Concurrently deputy commander Beijing Military Region.
4.
From February 1983 deputy commander Beijing Military Region.
5.
Previously deputy commander of this garrison.
6.
Previously deputy commander Ji'nan Military Region. Concurrently deputy commander Beijing Military Region.

K 3. FUJIAN MILITARY DISTRICT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
Zhu Yaohua(1) Aug 64
Apr 77
Cong Desi May 77
May 83
Lu Fuxiang May 83
Dec 85
Zhang Zhongde Dec 85
Aug 90
Chen Shuqing Aug 90
First Political Commissar
( Liao Zhigao) x
Feb 75
Aug 80
Xiang Nan x
Jun 82
Mar 86

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