Chen, Leslie H.

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Chen Chiung-ming was a Chinese general and governor.

Chen was Tuchin and Civil Governor of Kwangtung Province, 1913-1923. He was one of numerous Tuchins and warlords who fought for control over the southern Chinese provinces. Also known as Marshal Chan King-ming, Chen was Chief-of-Staff and Minister of War for southern military affairs under President Sun Yat-sen and was involved in the 1922 coup d'etat of Sun's southern regime that was set up in Canton in opposition to the Northern Government.

From the description of Leslie H. Chen records, ca.1900-1933. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 476796001

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Guangzhou (China)
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Marshals--China
Generals--China
Statesmen--China
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Active 1900

Active 1933

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Chinese

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