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

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K 14. JIANGSU MILITARY DISTRICT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
Duan Huanjing (1) Dec 65
Dec 68
Huang Chaotian Jun 70
Feb 80
d 1987
( Wang Jingkun) x
Feb 80
Aug 81
Lin Yousheng Dec 81
May 85
Zhen Shen May 85
Mar 89
Zhang Zhaoxun (2) x
Mar 89
Oct 92
Zheng Bingqing (3) Oct 92
First Political Commissar
Wu Dasheng x
Dec 69
Sep 76
Xu Jiatun x
Mar 77
Apr 83
Second Political Commissar
Zhong Guochu 77
81
Luo Qingtao 81
83
Political Commissar
Yue Dewang (2) May 85
Jul 90
Wei Chang'an x
Jul 90
1.
Previously deputy commander of this military district. Subsequently deputy commander Nanjing Military Region.
2.
Concurrently standing committee Jiangsu CPC committee.
3.
Previously deputy chief of staff Nanjing Military Region.

K 15. JIANGXI MILITARY DISTRICT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
Yang Dongliang Aug 67
Feb 70
Chen Changfeng(1) x
Apr 73
Jun 74
Xin Junjie x
Nov 75
May 83
Wang Doutian May 83
Jun 87
Wang Baotian Jun 87
Jun 89
Zhang Chuanshi(2) Jun 89

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