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

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L 7. NATIONAL DEFENCE INDUSTRIES OFFICE

First reference was in 1975, but no officials were identified until May 1978. The
organization was abolished in August 1982.

Director Earliest
Latest
( Hong Xuezhi) x
May 78
Apr 80
Zhang Zhen x
Apr 80
Aug 82
Deputy Directors
Wang Hui Feb 82
Aug 82
Xu Guoxian x
Jun 78
Aug 82
Ye Zhengda x
Mar 80
Aug 82
Zheng Hantao Jun 78
Aug 82
d 1992
Zhou Yiping x
Jun 80
Aug 82
d 1990
Zou Jiahua x
Jan 80
Aug 82
Bureau Director
Xie Guang x
79
Aug 82

L 8. PLA MILITARY ACADEMY

First post-Cultural Revolution reference was in May 1972. Abolished in December 1985.

Commandant Earliest
Latest
Xiao Ke(1) x
Sep 72
Dec 85
Deputy Commandants
Chen Zhongmin Dec 74
83
d 1987
Deng Hua x
77
Jul 80
d 1980
( Gao Tiqian) x
May 73
Sep 73
He Changgong x
Oct 78
May 82
d 1988
Jia Ruoyu Nov 79
Dec 85
( Li Fuke) x
Feb 76
Aug 79
d 1988
Nie Jifeng Sep 73
Apr 82
Sun Bo Sep 76
Jul 80
Tao Hanzhang Jun 74
Oct 79
Yang Zhen Jun 73
Oct 77
( Zhang Lin) Nov 83
Dec 86
Zuo Liang Feb 85
Dec 85

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