Chinese name: Tong Yansheng
Place of birth: Anfu County, Jiangxi Province
Date of birth: 1911
Died: May 2, 1985
Major achievements: awarded the rank of major general in 1955
Tong Yansheng (1911-1985), a native of Anfu County, Jiangxi Province, joined the Red Army of Workers and Peasants in 1930 and joined the Communist Party of China in 1933. He was awarded the rank of major general in 1955 and is a member of the Third, Fourth, and Fifth National Committees of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. On May 2, 1985, Tong Yansheng died in Nanjing at the age of 73.
Tong Yansheng, joined the Chinese Workers and Peasants Red Army in 1930, joined the Communist Party of China in 1933, and served as the captain of the guerrillas in the Xiangjiang Military Region. He participated in the anti- "encirclement and suppression" in the Central Soviet Area and the three-year guerrilla war in Hunan and Jiangxi. He later served as the commander of the first detachment of the New Fourth Army, battalion instructor, and director of the regiment political division, the political commissar of the Central Soviet Military Region, the director of the Political Department of the Central China Military Region, the deputy commander of the Central Soviet military region, and the commander of the northern Jiangsu military region. Participated in battles like Weigang and Huangqiao. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, he served successively as the chief of staff of the Northern Jiangsu Military Region, the chief of staff and deputy commander of the Jiangsu Military Region, and was a member of the third to fifth CPPCC National Committee. In 1955 was awarded the rank of major general. He has won the three-level eight one medal, the two-level independent freedom medal, and the first-level liberation medal.
Among the many founding generals of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, there are thirteen one-armed, one-legged, and one-footed generals. Among them, General Tong Yansheng, former deputy commander of the Jiangsu Provincial Military Region, was severely disabled and had both one-armed and lame legs.
Former Deputy Commander of Jiangsu Military Region.
Tong Yansheng was born in Anfu County, Jiangxi Province in 1911. He participated in the revolution in the Jiangxi Soviet Area in 1929, and was transferred to the Red Army of the Chinese Workers and Peasants the following year. He joined the Communist Party of China in 1933. During the Second Civil Revolutionary War, he participated in one to five anti-encirclement struggles in the Central Soviet Area, served as a political instructor for the Red Army Company of the Chinese Workers and Peasants, and advanced to the rank of team leader.
After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he participated in the advance detachment of the New Fourth Army and advanced to the enemy in southern Jiangsu. He successively served as a battalion trainer, director of the regiment political office, regiment political member, and director of the brigade political department. In the battle of Huangqiao , he led the army and fought with the enemy.
During the liberation war, he successively served as commander of the Taizhou Military Division of the Northern Jiangsu Military Region, and commander of the First Crossing River Command of the Central Soviet Military Region. Participated in the famous battles and battles of the Soviet Union and China in the Seven Wars, Seven Victory, and Crossing the River.
After the nation's liberation, Comrade Tong Yansheng successively served as Chief of Staff of the Northern Jiangsu Military Region, Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander of the Jiangsu Military Region, and was successively elected as a member of the third, fourth, and fifth CPPCC National Committee.
Comrade Tong Yansheng died in Nanjing on May 2, 1985.
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