The general of the Sichuan army in the Republic of China was a member of Liu Cunhou's department during the scuffle. He was promoted from platoon commander to division commander and nicknamed Liao butcher. During the Anti Japanese War, he was commander of the 44th army of Wang zanxu's headquarters and deputy commander in chief of the 29th group army. He retired in 1945 and took sleeping pills to commit suicide on the eve of liberation.
Liao Zhen (1890-1949), also known as Xizhen, was a general of Sichuan army in the Republic of China. Sichuan Jianyang Sancha town. He graduated from Sichuan army officers' rapid training school and the second grade a general class of Army University. He once served as the director of tax bureau of Guangyuan County, Sichuan Province. In August 1920, he was the governor of Jiange County, Sichuan Province. In 1923, he was the county magistrate of Qu county, Sichuan Province. In 1924, he was the battalion commander of 1st Battalion of 3rd regiment of Sichuan Shaanxi border army. In spring 1925, he was the commander of 1st division of 23rd army of national revolutionary army He served as division commander of the 1st division of the 44th army in June 935, lieutenant general and division commander of the 150th division of the 44th army in 1936. After the outbreak of the Anti Japanese War, he left Sichuan to participate in the Anti Japanese war. He served as deputy commander of the 67th army in September 1938, commander of the 44th army in October 1938, deputy commander of the 29th group army in November 1940, transferred to deputy commander of the 30th group army in March 1944, deputy commander of the 7th appeasement District in June 1946, retired in Chengdu in 1947, and served as Jian in April 1948 On November 30, 1949, the chairman of the local Communist Party of China took part in the anti drug organization in Chengdu.
He was born in May, 1890. At the beginning of 1912, Liao Zhen was admitted to the Sichuan Academy of military officers. He graduated in the autumn of 1913 and served successively as platoon leader and adjutant in the Tang Tingmu Department of the Sichuan army. In the second half of 1918, Liao Zhen took the post of commander of Jingchuan military battalion as director of Jiangyou Taxation Bureau and director of Guangyuan Taxation Bureau. In August 1920, he served as governor of Jiange county. In February 1923, Wang Xiaochen's troops of the Shaanxi army entered Sichuan. Liao Zhen was ordered by Liu Cunhou to be the leader of Wang's troops and garrisoned in suiding (now Daxian), Xuanhan, Wanyuan and Quxian. Liao Shen was highly regarded by the king and later appointed as the head of Qu county. In May 1924, Liu Cunhou was appointed by the Beijing government to supervise the Sichuan Shaanxi border defense and expanded his army in suiding. Liao Zhen was appointed commander of the 1st Battalion of the 3rd regiment of Liu bu. At that time, Zheng Guowu, head of the third regiment, and Wei Bangwen, head of the first regiment, were all from Jianyang. Liao Zhen immediately recruited new soldiers, gathered a battalion, and then went to suiding. Liu Cunhou appointed him as the commander of the city defense. In May 1926, Liao Zhen was promoted to head of the third regiment, stationed in Wanyuan. Zheng Guowu was promoted to commander of the third route of Sichuan Shaanxi border defense army. In 1930, Zheng left his post and went into politics. Liao Zhen took over the post of commander Lu and head of Wanyuan County, and stationed two regiments in Wanyuan.
Liao Zhen is known as "butcher Liao". When he was in Suizhou, he heard that a member of the Communist Party surnamed Wang was preparing to build a revolutionary base and immediately sent people to hunt and kill him. At the beginning of 1930, Li Jiajun, a member of the Communist Party of China, established the Sichuan No.1 Red Army in Wanyuan and Chengkou. Liao Zhen immediately reported to Liu Cunhou and Liu gave instructions on "suppressing by camera". Liao Zhen sent troops to carry out "general suppression" on a large scale. In the third area of Li Jiajun's activities, Yangmiao and gunianba slaughtered hundreds of people.
In the first ten days of March 1933, the two regiments of Liao Zhenbu invaded the Sichuan Shaanxi revolutionary base. Defeated by red 10 division. In October 1933, the Fourth Front Army of the red army attacked suiding and won successively. Liao Zhen led his five regiments to abandon the city and flee to the east of Xuanhan. On the way, he was intercepted by the East Sichuan guerrilla army. After Liu Cunhou was removed by Chiang Kai Shek, his younger brother Liu Bangjun acted as the commander of the 23rd army and was under the command of Wang LINGJI. The Sichuan Shaanxi border defense army stationed in Xuanhan and the remnant of the third route stationed in Wanyuan were reorganized into the first division of the 23rd army, with Liao Zhen as its commander.
Before long, Liao Zhen and the remaining Wang xiafeng, another brigade commander of Liu Cunhou and a member of Jianyang, joined together to serve as Liu Xiang's sixth Route Army. In July 1934, Liao Zhen led the sixth Route Army and Liu Xiang's fifth Route Army to attack the Red Army in Wanyuan and Tongjiang. Liao's troops fought fiercely with the Red Army at the South Tianmen gate of qinglongguan between Wanyuan and Tongjiang for several days, resulting in heavy casualties. On August 10, the red army attacked at night and defeated Liao. Liao Zhen collected the remains and moved them to Liangshan.
war of resistance against aggression
After the September 18th Incident, the Japanese aggressors occupied the three northeastern provinces. Liao Zhen expressed concern about the fall of Northeast China and also considered the future of the nation. "The scenery is still yesterday, I suddenly heard the clouds turning outside the pass.". He held a daily Anti Japanese national salvation demonstration meeting, and gathered his headquarters to give a speech in the north gate Playground: "how can we sit back and watch the loss of land and the danger of our nation and kill our compatriots?" Liao Zhen also organized the compilation and printing of a special anti Japanese magazine, new life society, which contains Anti Japanese comments and news. In August 1937, Liu Xiang was appointed commander of the 7th theater of war. Liu Cunhou's old army was assigned to the 150th division of the army, and Liao Zhen was the division commander. He was still stationed in Liangshan, under the jurisdiction of the 44th army of Wang zuanxi who stayed in Sichuan. In March 1938, Wang zanxu was appointed commander-in-chief of the 29th group army, and Liao Zhen was appointed commander-in-chief of the 44th army. On May 29, the group army left Sichuan to guard Hubei, under the command of the fifth theater. Liao Zhen confronted the Japanese army in Susong, Huangmei and Guangji. In October, Liao Zhen led a brigade to ambush on the front line of Maoshan lake, killing 700 Japanese soldiers and capturing 14 alive. In the middle of the month, the commander's office of the fifth theater ordered the withdrawal, but did not inform the 29th army. 29. The headquarters of the group army broke through the encirclement separately. When Liao Zhen and others arrived at the office of Dangyang 29 group army, they looked like beggars. At the end of October 1938, the 44th army was on guard along both sides of the Xianghe river. After that, we set up defenses along the river at Jingzhong (detailed) near Dahongshan. During the battle of SuiZao, Liao Zhen was surrounded by Japanese troops in a cave. "I don't want to be a prisoner of the Japanese," he told Fu Chengshan, his subordinate. If they catch me, they will take me for propaganda, saying that they have caught a Kuomintang lieutenant general, which will affect everyone's Anti Japanese sentiment. " Then Liao Zhen tried to shoot himself. At this time, another subordinate with a local fellow came, said there was a path. Liao Zhen and others were out of danger. In the winter of 1939, Liao Zhen was ordered to lead the 44th army to launch a "winter offensive" against the Japanese aggressors in Dahongshan, which delayed the pace of Japanese aggression. In May 1940, the 44th army retreated to Dahongshan. On May 16, Zhang Zizhong, commander-in-chief of the 33rd group army, died for his country. Liao Zhen led the 161 division of the 67th army to reinforce him. After encountering the Japanese army, he retreated to Dahongshan. He also occupied with the Japanese army for several days. Both sides suffered heavy casualties, and the Japanese army withdrew from Dahongshan. After the 29 th group army was reorganized, Liao Zhen was promoted to deputy commander in chief of the group army. At the end of 1941, the 29th group army went to Neixiang of Henan Province for rectification. At the beginning of March 1942, the 29 group army was transferred to Taoyuan, Hunan Province. Under the command of Chen Cheng, commander of theater 6. Later, he took part in the battle of Changde. After February 1944, the headquarters of the 29th group army and the 67th army were withdrawn. Liao Zhen returned to Jianyang as a spare person. Liao Zhen was injured several times in the war of resistance against Japan, and a bullet remained in his chest all his life.
In the spring of 1945, Liao Zhen was trained as a Grade-A general in Chongqing. After that, he asked for permission to retire and live at home. He built and purchased residences in Sancha, Jianyang and Chengdu respectively, and returned them with old Liu Cunhou, Liu Bangjun and Zheng Guowu. In April 1948, the Jianyang County Council held a meeting and approved the establishment of the Jianyang County Local People's self defense committee. Liao Zhen was elected as the chairman and Liu Bangjun, Tian Songyao and Tian Zefu as the standing members. Liao Zhen entrusted Fu Luwei, a county councilor, to act as his deputy on the ground of living in Chengdu for a long time. Fu Luwei and others set up offices in Jianan society, Jiancheng South Street. When Liao Zhen was in Chengdu, he made an appointment with Liu Bangjun to see Wang LINGJI and asked for approval of the case of Jianyang County Local People's self defense committee. Since October, Wang LINGJI strictly urged the revocation of the "Jianyang County Local People's self defense committee" and was not allowed to borrow words to raise funds for self-defense. At the end of 1949, 10 days before the liberation of Chengdu, Liao Zhen was playing cards in his nephew Liao Zhonglin's residence on Dongsheng Street in Chengdu. When he heard the newsboy peddling "extra number" of Chongqing liberation, he said that he had something to do, got up and took his sleeping pills and died. Liao Zhonglin helped the coffin back to sanchaba and was buried in Baoer bay at Changkou.
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