Yang Hucheng
Yang Hucheng (traditional Chinese: 楊虎城; simplified Chinese: 杨虎城; pinyin: Yáng Hǔchéng; Wade–Giles: Yang Hu-ch'eng) (26 November 1893 – 6 September 1949) was a Chinese general dur...
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Yoshiko Kawashima
Yoshiko Kawashima (川島 芳子, Kawashima Yoshiko, 24 May 1907 – 25 March 1948) was a Qing princess brought up in Japan, who served as a spy in the service of the Japanese Kwantung Army and Manchuku...
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Takashi Sakai
Lieutenant-General Takashi Sakai (酒井 隆, Sakai Takashi, October 18, 1887 – September 30, 1946) was a lieutenant general in the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II, known for his rol...
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Hisao Tani
Hisao Tani (谷 寿夫, Tani Hisao, 22 December 1882 – 26 April 1947) was a Lieutenant General in the Imperial Japanese Army in the Second Sino-Japanese War, and was implicated in the Nanjing Massac...
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Abdullah Bughra
Abdullah Bughra (died 1934) (Uyghur: عبد الله بۇغرا‎), was a Uighur Emir of the First East Turkestan Republic. He was the younger brother of Muhammad Amin Bughra and older brother of Emir Nur Ah...
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Liu Baojun
Liu Baojun (Hanyu Pinyin), or Liu Pao-ch'ün (Wade-Giles) (Chinese: 劉保軍) (1892–1947) was a teacher of the martial arts of Meihuaquan and Taijiquan. He was also known as Liu Jinchen (Hanyu Pinyin)...
Hu Yepin
Hu Yepin (Chinese: 胡也频; Wade–Giles: Hu Yeh-p'in; 4 May 1903-7 February 1931) was a Chinese writer, poet, and playwright. A prominent member of the League of Left-Wing Writers, he was one of th...
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Han Fuju
Han Fuju or Han Fu-chü (simplified Chinese: 韩复榘; traditional Chinese: 韓復榘; pinyin: Hán Fùjǔ; Wade–Giles: Han Fu-chü; 1890 in Ba county, Hebei - 24 January 1938 in Hankou) was a Kuomint...
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Chen Yi (Kuomintang)
Chen Yi (traditional Chinese: 陳儀; simplified Chinese: 陈仪; pinyin: Chén Yí; courtesy names Gongxia (公俠) and later Gongqia (公洽), sobriquet Tuisu (退素); 1883 – June 18, 1950) was the Chi...
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Liang Hongzhi
Liang Hongzhi; (Chinese: 梁鴻志; pinyin: Liáng Hóngzhì; Wade-Giles: Liang Hung-chih; Hepburn: Ryō Koushi, 1882 - November 6, 1946) was a leading official in the Anhui clique of the Beiyang Gover...
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Deng Yanda
Deng Yanda (simplified Chinese: 邓演达; traditional Chinese: 鄧演達; pinyin: Dèng Yǎndá; Jyutping: dang jindaat, 1 March 1895 – 29 November 1931) was a military officer in the Chinese Nation...
Chen Gongbo
Chen Gongbo (Chinese: 陳公博; Wade–Giles: Ch'en Kung-po; Japanese: Chin Kōhaku, October 19, 1892 – June 3, 1946) was a Chinese politician, noted for his role as second (and final) President...
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Chen Cheng-po
Tan Ting-pho (simplified Chinese: 陈澄波; traditional Chinese: 陳澄波; pinyin: Chén Chéngbō; February 2, 1895 – March 25, 1947), was a well-known Taiwanese painter. In 1926, his oil paint...
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Chen Jue (martyr)
Chen Jue(Chinese: 陈觉; pinyin: Chén Jué), once named Chen Bingxiang (Chinese: 陈炳祥; pinyin: Chén Bǐng Xiáng),(1903-October 14, 1928) was a martyr who sacrificed his life in the early yea...
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Wang Hebo
Wang Hebo (Chinese: 王荷波; pinyin: Wáng Hébō) (1882–November 11, 1927), whose forebears had come from Taiyuan, Shanxi, born in Minhou, Fujian, joined the CPC in June 1922. He led the strike of t...
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Qu Qiubai
Qu Qiubai (Chinese: 瞿秋白; pinyin: Qū Qiūbái; Wade–Giles: Ch'ü Ch'iu-pai) (January 29, 1899 – June 18, 1935) was a leader of the Communist Party of China in the late 1920s. He was born...
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Li Bai (spy)
Li Bai (Chinese: 李白; 1910–1949), alternate names Li Huachu, Li Pu, Li Xia and Li Jingan, was a famous spy of the China Communist Party, born in Liuyang, Hunan.
Li Bai was born in a peasant's f...
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Hisakazu Tanaka
Hisakazu Tanaka (田中 久一, Tanaka Hisakazu, 16 March 1889 – 27 March 1947) was a general in the Imperial Japanese Army, and head of the Japanese occupation force in Hong Kong in World War I...
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Ji Hongchang
Ji Hongchang (Chinese: 吉鴻昌; 1895–1934), born Ji Hengli, was a Chinese general and patriot.Hongchang was born in Fugou, Henan province. He started his military career in 1913 under General Feng Yux...
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Mao Zemin
Mao Zemin毛泽民 (April 3, 1896 – September 27, 1943), also using Zhoubin as his alias, was born in Xiangtan, Hunan province. He was the head of the state bank of the Red State in Ruijin and also th...
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Shao Piaoping
Shao Piaoping (邵飄萍, Shào Piāopíng) (11 October 1884 – 1926), originally named Jingqing (鏡清), later renamed himself Zhenqing (振青), was a journalist, an author and a political activist in China during t...
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Yin Ju-keng
Yin Ju-keng; (Chinese: 殷汝耕; pinyin: Yin Rugeng; Wade-Giles: Yin Ju-keng; Hepburn: In Jyokou, 1885 - December 1, 1947) was a politician in the early Republic of China, later noted for his role...
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Chen Chih-hsiung
Chen Chih-hsiung (Chinese: 陳智雄; Pinyin: Chén Zhì Xióng; February 18, 1916 – May 28, 1963), is a Taiwan independence activist.He was arrested by Chiang Kai-shek's Kuomintang government and executed in ...
Chu Minyi
Chu Minyi; (Chinese: 褚民誼; pinyin: Chǔ Mínyì; Hepburn: Cho Mingi; 1884 - August 23, 1946) was a leading figure in the Chinese republican movement and early Kuomintang government, later noted f...
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Timur Beg
Timur Beg (Uyghur: تیمور بیگ‎), or Timur Sijan (division general) was a Uighur rebel military leader in Xinjiang in 1933. He was involved in the 1933 Battle of Kashgar and participated before i...
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Rou Shi
Rou Shi (Chinese: 柔石; 28 September 1902-7 February 1931), formerly romanized as Jou Shih, was a prominent left-wing Chinese writer and member of the May Fourth Movement. Executed in February 1931 ...
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