Lei, Zhen, 1897-1979

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Dates:
Birth 1897-06-25
Death 1979-03-07
Chinese

Biographical notes:

Taiwanese politician.

From the description of Lei Zhen papers, 1960-1977. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864449

Biographical/Historical Note

Taiwanese politician.

From the guide to the Lei Zhen papers, (Hoover Institution Archives)

Biographical/Historical Note

  • 1897 June 25: Born, Zhejiang province, China, nè Yonglong
  • 1916: Studied in Japan; entered the Chinese Revolutionary Party (Zhonghua Geming Dang)
  • 1926: Graduated from Kyoto Imperial University; entered law school to study constitutional law
  • 1928: Instructor at the Central Military Academy
  • 1929: Professor of Law at National Central University
  • 1931: Kuomintang (KMT) Special Municipalities Committee member
  • 1932: Chairman of the KMT National Congress in Nanjing
  • 1933: Chief of the Department of Education's General Administrative Affairs Office
  • 1937: Member of the Military Affairs Commission
  • 1943: Deputy Secretary General of the People's Political Council
  • 1945: Appointed by Chiang Kai-shek as Secretary General of the Political Consultant Conference
  • 1946: Deputy Secretary General of the National Assembly
  • 1947: Minister without Portfolio
  • 1949: Launched the first issue of the Free China Journal
  • 1950: Presidential policy advisor, Central Bank board member
  • 1952: Secretary General of the Sino-Japanese Cultural and Economic Association
  • 1960: Sentenced to 10 years in prison by Chiang Kai-shek
  • 1970 September: Released from prison
  • 1979 March 7: Died, Taipei, Taiwan

From the guide to the Lei Zhen Papers, 1960-1977, (Hoover Institution Archives)

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