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Li Hsing-chung (1890-1962)

Li Hsing-chung (Li Xingzhong) commanded 96 Army through most of the Pacific War. Following the war, he defected to the Communists.

Service record

1890     

Born
1924

Chief of staff, National Capital Garrison
1926

Chief of staff, Shansi General Headquarters
1927

Inspector, Luoyang Military School
1928

Inspector-general, 2 Army Group
1929-3

Commander, 20 Division
1930

Commander, Fenyang Officer School
1932

Staff, Military Commission
1935

Chief of staff, Sian Pacification Headquarters
1937-5

Commander, 177 Division
1938-6
Major general     
Deputy commander, 96 Army
1939-1
Lieutenant general     
Commander, 96 Army
1943-7

Deputy commander, 4 Army Group
1945

Comamnder, 4 Army Group
1962-7-24     

Dies


References

Ammentorp (accessed 2016-11-18)


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