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Ten famous generals of the KMT

by:XinXing     2020-09-01
We must view the Kuomintang army during the War of Resistance from a historical and objective perspective. At that time, a group of anti-Japanese warriors also emerged in the national army. The ten most representative anti-Japanese generals were:

1. Zhang Zizhong 2. Li Zongren 3. Du Yuming 4. Sun Liren 5. Xue Yue 6. Wei Lihuang 7. Fu Zuoyi 8. Dai Anlan 9. Zhang Lingfu 10. Wang Yaowu.

1. Zhang Zizhong: The first player. Commander-in-chief of the 33rd Army. Zhang Zizhong’s election as the first general was first determined by his record. He once severely damaged the Japanese Invaders Banyuan Division in the Battle of Taierzhuang and won the victory of Linyi; he recovered Zaoyang Tongbai and won the victory of Northern Hubei; he also won the victory of Xiangdong and was defeated by ordinary people. Known as living Guan Gong. At the same time, because he was the highest general of our army who died during the War of Resistance Against Japan (Li Jiayu died later than Zhang). But the most important thing is because of people's sympathy for Zhang Zizhong's tragedy. Such an upright and noble patriot was once mistaken for a traitor and everyone yelled at him. It was a shame. In the end, Zhang Zizhong took the initiative to sacrifice for this shame, expressing his innocence at the cost of his life (his method can not help but remind me of the death of Qiao Feng in the once-broadcast 'Tianlong Ba Bu'). Truly a tragic hero.

2 Li Zongren:
Second place player. Commander of the Fifth Theater. Li Zongren is a bit similar to Lin Biao, the second-ranked Chinese anti-Japanese general. He first fought a milestone battle and then disappeared. The Battle of Taierzhuang wiped out more than 20,000 enemies. It was the first battle-scale victory that the Chinese army had achieved on the frontal battlefield since the beginning of the Anti-Japanese War. The opponent was Japan’s ace division. It is also known internationally as 'the establishment of Japan.' The first dramatic fiasco suffered by the modern army.' After the Taierzhuang battle, although Li participated in the battles of Wuhan, Suizao, and Southern Henan, he did not show much success. Later, he was simply lifted up by Chiang Kai-shek. Like Feng Yuxiang and Li Jishen, he was in a high position. However, only with the Taierzhuang battle, Li Zongren can also be worthy of the title of anti-Japanese star.

3 Du Yuming:
Third place player. Commander of the 5th Army. Participated in the Gubeikou Great Wall War of Resistance and the August 13 Songhu War of Resistance. He became famous with the victory of Kunlun Pass in the Battle of Southern Gui. Although some people think that a very important factor in this victory is that the 5th Army, as China's first mechanized unit, has stronger firepower than the Japanese army, but the opponent is after all the Nakamura Brigade of the Sakagaki Division known as the Japanese Steel Army (Xue Yue Wanjialing Battle) The face is a second-rate division). In 42 years, Du Yuming was the deputy commander of the Expeditionary Army. Although Dai Anlan won in Donggua and Sun Liren defeated the Japanese in Ren'an Qiang, the expeditionary army failed. There are different opinions about this period of history, and it is difficult to tell the merits and demerits, because some strategic decisions are difficult to judge right or wrong without personal practice. Personally, Du Yuming is somewhat deified online now.
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4Sun Liren:
The fourth player. Commander of the New 1st Army. In the eight years of the Anti-Japanese War, Sun Liren had basically never fought in China except for the Songhu Battle. His feats were mainly established in Myanmar. Especially when the Expeditionary Army entered Burma for the first time. In the First Battle of Ren'anqiang, he defeated the Japanese army with less, and rescued more than 7,000 British troops and journalists. Chiang Kai-shek, Roosevelt, and King George gave him the award. Medal, thus became famous. His vote is ranked fourth, I think it is also due to this. However, I do not think that the lives of the British are more valuable than the lives of the Chinese. What I admire about Sun Liren is his attitude towards Japanese captives, and even the beasts that were once stained with Chinese blood, even if they become captives, they still kill them. This is a delightful move. Sun Liren ranks slightly higher.

5 Xue Yue:

The fifth general. The commander of the ninth theater. From the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War to the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, Xue Yue has fought in successive years. He is known as the general who wiped out the enemy the most. In just four battles in Changsha, he wiped out more than 100,000 Japanese troops. But the main thing that made him famous and ranked high was the victory of Wanjialing. This battle wiped out one division of the Japanese army, which was unique in the eight years of the Anti-Japanese War. Ye Ting praised the battle with Pingxingguan and Taierzhuang. Some people call Xue Yue the number one warrior in the Chinese Anti-Japanese War. In terms of number, Xue Yue is well deserved. However, although Xue Yue has made remarkable achievements in military affairs, his governance of Hunan is quite controversial. In order to make huge profits, he smuggled rice from Hunan into Guangdong. As a result, the people of Hunan starved to death in countless years of harvest. The people compiled folk rumors to scold him.

6 Wei Lihuang:

The sixth place. The deputy commander of the second theater. Wei Lihuang's sixth place is basically appropriate. The most famous battle he commanded during the Anti-Japanese War was the Battle of Xinkou. This battle dealt a heavy blow to the Japanese army and wiped out tens of thousands of enemies. If it weren’t for Liu Zhi’s retreat in Hebei and the opening of Niangziguan’s door, he might have achieved Xinkou victory. Unknown. But the Battle of Xinkou was an undefeated battle after all. When Wei Lihuang was the commander-in-chief of the Second Expeditionary Force in 43 years, he won a veritable victory in an expedition to Burma. The battle eliminated the Japanese army entrenched in Burma, opened up the Burma Highway, and achieved brilliant results. Wei Lihuang is one of Chiang Kai-shek's five generals, but the other four generals are all empty. Only Wei is a veritable general, but it is precisely this one who is the least trusted by Chiang.

7 Fu Zuoyi:
The seventh general. The deputy commander of the eighth theater. The most famous anti-Japanese general of the national army in the north. In 33 years, he participated in the Great Wall War of Resistance. In 36 years, he defeated the Japanese troops who invaded Suiyuan and the puppet troops of King Meng Tingde, and achieved great victory in Bailingmiao. After the July 7th Incident, he participated in the Battle of Pingxingguan, the Battle of Xinkou, and the Battle of Taiyuan. In 40 years, Fu Zuoyi wiped out thousands of Japanese and Wang Ying’s puppet troops, regained Wuyuan City, and achieved great victory in Wuyuan. This was the first battle for the Kuomintang army to regain lost ground since the National War of Resistance. In his summary after the Pingxingguan battle, Lin Biao expressed his disdain for the Jinsui Army. The combat effectiveness of the Jinsui Army was indeed average, but Fu Zuoyi was clearly an exception among the Jinsui Army.

8 Dai Anlan:
The eighth general. Commander of the 200th Division of the 5th Corps. He once participated in the Great Wall War of Resistance at Gubeikou and the Taierzhuang War. In the Battle of Kunlun Pass, he led his troops to fight bloody battles with the Japanese invaders and did not leave the battlefield until he was seriously injured. In 1942, as the vanguard of the expeditionary force, he went to Burma to fight. In the famous East Gwatan battle, he led a lone army to fight against enemies several times his own, killing more than 5,000 Japanese invaders, and aroused great response at home and abroad. Later, he led 200 divisions to recover Tangji. Due to a command error at a higher level, the expeditionary force was forced to retreat back to the country, and was ambushed by the Japanese army on the way. Dai Anlan was wounded and died and died heroically. The relationship between Dai Anlan and Du Yuming is quite similar to that between Zhang Lingfu and Wang Yaowu. The two chiefs have the same ending, but the endings of the two subordinates who are also famous anti-Japanese generals are quite different, which is very emotional.

9 Wang Yaowu:
The ninth general. Commander of the 74th Army. In 37 years, he participated in the Battle of Songhu and the Battle of Nanjing. In 38 years, he participated in the battle of Wanjialing in the battle of Wuhan. In 39 years, he participated in the Battle of Nanchang and the first Battle of Changsha. In 41 years, he commanded the 74th Army to participate in the Battle of Shanggao, which severely damaged the Japanese invaders and was known as the Anti-Japanese Iron Army. After participating in the second and third battles of Changsha, the Battle of Zhejiang and Jiangxi, the Battle of Western Hubei, the Battle of Changde, and the Battle of Changheng. In 45 years, he commanded the last battle of the National Army in the War of Resistance-the Battle of Xuefeng Mountain in Western Hunan. From the beginning of the Anti-Japanese War to the end of the Anti-Japanese War, Wang Yaowu fought against Japan year after year, almost without service, and had a good record. Wang Yaowu is shrewd and capable, with a clear mind, and is regarded by senior CCP generals as one of the few sensible people in the KMT.

10 Zhang Lingfu:
The tenth general. The 58th Division Commander of the 74th Army. Zhang Lingfu was famous three times, once for killing his wives before the War of Resistance, and again for being one of the few high-ranking generals who were killed by our army during the Liberation War (Chiang Jieshi once respected Zhang Lingfu as the first martyr of the Republic of China). This is not a glorious thing. The most glorious thing in Zhang Lingfu's life was the serious injury and the elimination of thousands of Japanese invaders, which played a vital role in the victory of Wanjialing. Afterwards, Guo Moruo sent Tian Han to write a play, praising De'an Great Victory. Zhang Lingfu appeared in the play under his real name and became famous for a time. At the beginning of the voting, Zhang Lingfu was ranked fourth, but now he fell to tenth. This position is basically appropriate.
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