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

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Second Political Commissar
( Tianbao) (4) x
Dec 73
May 81
Political Commissar
( Zhang Shaosong) x
Oct 85
Jun 90
Geng Quanli x
Jun 90
1.
In November 1972 identified deputy political commissar Wuhan Military Region.
2.
Subsequently deputy commander Chengdu Military Region.
3.
In May 1991 identified deputy commander Chengdu Military Region and from December 1992 deputy commander Beijing Military Region.
4.
In June 1981 appointed secretary Sichuan CPC committee.

K 29. YUNNAN MILITARY DISTRICT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Commander Earliest
Latest
Li Xifu(1) Mar 64
69
d 1976
Zhang Haitang x
Nov 75
Jun 82
Zhang Jiagui Jun 82
Jun 86
Wang Zuxun Jun 86
Apr 91
Zhu Chengyou Apr 91
First Political Commissar
Zhou Xing x
Jun 65
Oct 75
d 1975
Jia Qiyun x
May 76
Feb 77
An Pingsheng x
Feb 77
Jun 85
Political Commissar
Zhao Kun Jun 86
Oct 90
Chen Lianfu Oct 90
1.
Previously deputy commander of this military district.

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