Shoulder boards for the PLA rank yuan shuai (marshal), modelled after those of the marshal of the Soviet Union
The Shōwa Emperor in the dress uniform of a grand marshal (c. 1935)
Yue Fei
Grand Marshal of the Japanese Empire (Collar Insignia)
Puxian Wannu
Grand Marshal of the Japanese Empire (Shoulder Insignia)
Chiang Kai-shek
Lord high admiral of the Japanese Empire (Shoulder Insignia)
Lu Rongting
Lord high admiral of the Japanese Empire (Collar Insignia)
Tang Jiyao
Lord high admiral of the Japanese Empire (Sleeve)
1. Zhu De
2. Peng Dehuai
3. Lin Biao
4. Liu Bocheng
5. He Long
6. Chen Yi
7. Luo Ronghuan
8. Xu Xiangqian
9. Nie Rongzhen
10. Ye Jianying

Chinese military rank that corresponds to a marshal in other nations.

- Yuan shuai

The term originated in the Chinese military title da yuan shuai (大元帥), a title higher than yuan shuai (元帥, pronounced gensui in Japanese).

- Dai-gensui
Shoulder boards for the PLA rank yuan shuai (marshal), modelled after those of the marshal of the Soviet Union

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