The Generals of WWII

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Portrait of General  Qin Lianfang

Qin Lianfang


* 17th of January 1896

† February 1958



(alias=Chin Lien-fang)


1926-03-XX Lieutenant-Colonel (Post rank)
1926-10-XX Colonel (Post rank)
1929-02-28 Major-General (Post rank)
1930-04-XX Lieutenant-General (Post rank)
1936-01-25 Lieutenant-General
1941-10-XX General (Post rank)


1926-03-XX 1926-10-XX Commanding Officer Signal Battalion, 7th Army Corps
1926-10-XX 1927-07-XX Commanding Officer 9th Regiment, 5th Brigade, 7th Army
1927-07-XX 1927-09-XX Commanding Officer 9th Regiment, 7th Army
1927-09-XX Studying in France
1929-01-XX Attending the Mechanical Class, Angli Aviation School
1929-02-28 1929-04-XX Chief of Inventory Department, Reorganisation & Demobilisation Committee
1929-04-XX Dismissed
1929-08-12 1929-09-XX Commanding Officer 2nd Column, National Salvation Army
1929-09-XX 1929-11-XX Deputy Commanding Officer 1st Independent Brigade, Guangxi Garrison Army
1929-11-XX 1930-01-XX Deputy Commanding Officer 1st Division, 1st Column, 8th Route Army, 1st National Salvation Army
1930-01-XX 1930-04-XX Deputy Commanding Officer 1st Division, 15th Army
1930-04-XX 1936-06-XX Commanding Officer 24th Division, 7th Army
1936-01-XX 1937-09-30 Supervisor of Flooding in Guangxi
1936-06-XX 1936-09-XX Commanding Officer 28th Division
1937-09-30 1938-06-21 Commanding Officer 131st Division, 31st Army
1937-09-30 1938-06-21 Deputy Commanding Officer 31st Army
1938-06-21 1939-06-29 Commanding Officer 84th Army
1939-06-29 1939-08-XX Senior Staff Officer, 5th War Area
1939-08-XX 1941-10-XX Senior Staff Officer, Military Commission
1941-10-XX 1942-08-XX Chief of 5th Discipline Inspection Team, Military Commission
1942-08-XX Dismissed for abuse of power
1946-07-31 Retired
1947-11-XX 1949-05-XX Delegate to the National Congress
1949-05-XX Leaves for Hong Kong
1954-04-XX Moves to Taiwan
Picture source: Courtesy of Tom Chan