Huang Kecheng

General of the Army Huang Kecheng giving a speech
From left: Han Zhenji, Liang Xingchu, Huang Kecheng, Zhang Aiping and Wei Guoqing, marking the meeting of the Fifth Column of the Eighth Route Army and the Northern Jiangsu Command of the New Fourth Army in Dongtai, Jiangsu on October 10, 1940.

Senior general (大将) in the People's Liberation Army.

- Huang Kecheng
General of the Army Huang Kecheng giving a speech

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Central Military Commission (China)

Highest national defense organization in the People's Republic of China.

Highest national defense organization in the People's Republic of China.

The CMC is housed in the same building as the Ministry of National Defense, the "August 1st Building"

This post was held by Yang Shangkun (1945–1954), Huang Kecheng (1954–1959), Luo Ruiqing (1959–1966), Ye Jianying (1966–1977), Luo Ruiqing (1977–1979), Geng Biao (1979–1981), Yang Shangkun (1981–1989), Yang Baibing (1989–1992).

Emblem of the People's Liberation Army

Da jiang

Rank conferred in 1955 to ten veteran leaders of the People's Liberation Army.

Rank conferred in 1955 to ten veteran leaders of the People's Liberation Army.

Emblem of the People's Liberation Army

3) Huang Kecheng (黄克诚)

Headquarters of New Fourth Army in Jing County, Anhui

New Fourth Army

Unit of the National Revolutionary Army of the Republic of China established in 1937.

Unit of the National Revolutionary Army of the Republic of China established in 1937.

Headquarters of New Fourth Army in Jing County, Anhui
1940 group photo of New Fourth Army commanders who had participated in the Nanchang Uprising of 1927. Front row from left: Zhou Zikun, Yuan Guoping, Ye Ting, Chen Yi and Su Yu.
Former site of the New Forth Army Headquarters in Hankou, Wuhan.

In order to quickly occupy northeast China political commissar Huang Kecheng ordered the 3rd Division's 35,000 men to leave his base area.

Peng Dehuai in his Marshal uniform

Peng Dehuai

Prominent Chinese Communist military leader, who served as China's Defense Minister from 1954 to 1959.

Prominent Chinese Communist military leader, who served as China's Defense Minister from 1954 to 1959.

Peng Dehuai in his Marshal uniform
By his mid-thirties, Peng was one of the most senior generals in the Jiangxi Soviet (1934-1935).
Peng Dehuai commanded the largest communist offensive in the war against Japan.
A statue of Peng now stands on the Chinese border with Korea, on the place that Peng crossed into North Korea in 1950.
In 1953, Peng signed the armistice agreement which ended the Korean War.
After returning to China from the Korean War, Peng became engaged in a rivalry with Mao Zedong over the political future of China (photo: Hou Bo).
Following the Korean War, Peng rose in prominence and is here seen welcoming Kim Il-sung to Beijing in 1955.
During the Great Leap Forward, many farmers were forced to work in primitive backyard furnaces in order to produce poor-quality steel.
Peng Dehuai (1966) was brought to Beijing in chains by Red Guards, where he would be tortured and publicly humiliated for years.

Some of Peng's subordinates in the rebellion survived and became important military figures themselves, including generals Huang Kecheng and Peng Shaohui.

Central Commission for Discipline Inspection

Highest internal control institution of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), tasked with enforcing internal rules and regulations and combating corruption and malfeasance in the party.

Highest internal control institution of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), tasked with enforcing internal rules and regulations and combating corruption and malfeasance in the party.

Wang Qishan headed the organisation through the office of CCDI Secretary in the period 2012–17
The headquarters of CCDI

After the 3rd Plenary Session, the CCDI convened its 1st Plenary Session and elected Chen Yun First Secretary, Deng Yingchao Second Secretary, Hu Yaobang Third Secretary and Huang Kecheng Permanent Secretary.

Fenghuang, a traditional town of Hunan

Hunan

Landlocked province of the People's Republic of China, part of the South Central China region.

Landlocked province of the People's Republic of China, part of the South Central China region.

Fenghuang, a traditional town of Hunan
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Young Mao Zedong statue in Changsha
Ethnic minority-inhabited areas in Hunan
Yongfeng chili sauce
Yiyang Olympic Stadium
Puguang Buddhist Temple in Zhangjiajie.
Temple of Confucius in Liuyang.
An ancestral shrine in the province.

In addition to CCP Chairman Mao Zedong, a number of other first-generation communist leaders were also from Hunan: Chinese President Liu Shaoqi; CCP Secretary-generals Ren Bishi and Hu Yaobang; Marshals Peng Dehuai, He Long, and Luo Ronghuan; Wang Zhen, one of the Eight Elders; Xiang Jingyu, the first female member of the CCP's central committee; Senior General Huang Kecheng; and veteran diplomat Lin Boqu.

Peng and Mao in 1953

Lushan Conference

Meeting of the top leaders of the Chinese Communist Party held between July and August 1959.

Meeting of the top leaders of the Chinese Communist Party held between July and August 1959.

Peng and Mao in 1953

Zhou Xiaozhou and his successor, Zhou Hui, along with Huang Kecheng and Zhang Wentian, who lent their support to Peng Dehuai in questioning the wisdom of the Great Leap Forward were also branded as traitors, stripped of their positions, and sent to re-education through labour.

Order of Independence and Freedom (First Class Medal)

Order of Independence and Freedom

Military award from the People's Republic of China.

Military award from the People's Republic of China.

Order of Independence and Freedom (First Class Medal)
1st Class
2nd Class
3rd Class

Ten Senior Generals: Su Yu, Xu Haidong, Huang Kecheng, Chen Geng, Tan Zheng, Xiao Jinguang, Zhang Yunyi, Luo Ruiqing, Wang Shusheng, Xu Guangda.

8th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party

In session from 1956 to 1969.

In session from 1956 to 1969.

32) *Significance: Also known as "Lushan Conference", a debate on the Great Leap Forward occurred. In the end, Peng Dehuai (who criticized the Leap and the people's commune) was accused of being a counter-revolutionary and removed along with other Party leaders like PLA Chief-of-Staff Huang Kecheng and former General Secretary Zhang Wentian. The plenary meeting followed a central conference started on July 2.

Sun Yat-sen

List of people on the postage stamps of the People's Republic of China

This article contains a list of people who appeared on the stamps of the People's Republic of China, commonly known as China.

This article contains a list of people who appeared on the stamps of the People's Republic of China, commonly known as China.

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Huang Kecheng (2005) Senior General of Liberation Army