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    • In response, the Chinese National Military Council dispatched the 4th Front Army and the 10th and 27th Army Groups with He Yingqin as commander-in-chief.Pacific War-Wikipedia
    • On March 12, Zhang Xueliang resigned his post to He Yingqin who, as the new leader of the Northeastern Army, was assigned the duty of securing defensive positions along the Great Wall.Defense of the Great Wall-Wikipedia
    • Adding to the pressure on Sun, the Shantou-based NRA First Army, led by He Yingqin, marched across the Guangdong border, and began a new offensive into Fujian province.Northern Expedition-Wikipedia
    • He Yingqin, the ROC representative at the Japanese surrender ceremonies established the separate from the provincial-level executive system on mainland China.History of Taiwan (1945–present)-Wikipedia
    • Nationalist War Minister He Yingqin himself contested the Communists' claims, finding it impossible for a force of "untrained, undisciplined, poorly equipped" guerrillas of Communist forces to have killed so many enemy soldiers.Second Sino-Japanese War-Wikipedia
    • On 9 September 1945, following the defeat of Japan, the area was surrendered to General He Yingqin, a nationalist general loyal to Chiang Kai-shek.Axis powers-Wikipedia

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