Yuan shuai

Shoulder boards for the PLA rank yuan shuai (marshal), modelled after those of the marshal of the Soviet Union
Yue Fei
Puxian Wannu
Chiang Kai-shek
Lu Rongting
Tang Jiyao
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.

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

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Marshal

Term used in several official titles in various branches of society.

Term used in several official titles in various branches of society.

City of Las Vegas Deputy City Marshals units parked just outside of the Fremont Street Experience.
City Marshal of the City of London, on duty at the Lord Mayor's Show.
Marshal Foch, circa 1920.

Yuan Shuai (modern China)

The Shōwa Emperor in the dress uniform of a grand marshal (c. 1935)

Dai-gensui

The highest rank of the Greater Imperial Japanese Army and the Imperial Japanese Navy from the 1870s to 1945, when the Empire of Japan was dissolved.

The highest rank of the Greater Imperial Japanese Army and the Imperial Japanese Navy from the 1870s to 1945, when the Empire of Japan was dissolved.

The Shōwa Emperor in the dress uniform of a grand marshal (c. 1935)
Grand Marshal of the Japanese Empire (Collar Insignia)
Grand Marshal of the Japanese Empire (Shoulder Insignia)
Lord high admiral of the Japanese Empire (Shoulder Insignia)
Lord high admiral of the Japanese Empire (Collar Insignia)
Lord high admiral of the Japanese Empire (Sleeve)

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).

British frigate launches an AGM-84A Harpoon anti-ship missile during a joint U.S. and British exercise.

Yu-4 torpedo

Chinese development of the Russian SAET-50 ASuW passive acoustic homing torpedo, and it is the Russian SAET-50 torpedo incorporating active acoustic homing guidance.

Chinese development of the Russian SAET-50 ASuW passive acoustic homing torpedo, and it is the Russian SAET-50 torpedo incorporating active acoustic homing guidance.

British frigate launches an AGM-84A Harpoon anti-ship missile during a joint U.S. and British exercise.

In 1962, Field Marshal Nie Rongzhen ordered all resources to be concentrated on achieving the goal of fielding “two boats and a torpedo” (Two boats: torpedo boat and submarine, torpedo: heavy torpedo of 533 mm diameter).

A halal meat store sign in Hankou, ca. 1934–1935.

Ma Rulong (Qing general)

Chinese Muslim who originally rebelled against the Qing dynasty along with Du Wenxiu in the Panthay Rebellion.

Chinese Muslim who originally rebelled against the Qing dynasty along with Du Wenxiu in the Panthay Rebellion.

A halal meat store sign in Hankou, ca. 1934–1935.

He was known by the name of Marshal Ma to Europeans and achieved almost total control in Yunnan province.

Gensui Badge

Gensui (Imperial Japanese Army)

The highest title in the pre-war Imperial Japanese military.

The highest title in the pre-war Imperial Japanese military.

Gensui Badge

The title originated from the Chinese title yuanshuai(元帥).

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List of military figures by nickname

List of military figures by nickname.

List of military figures by nickname.

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"Da Guniang 大姑娘" (Chinese, "Big Young Girl") – Lin Biao, a Marshal of the People's Republic of China who was pivotal in the Communist victory in the Chinese Civil War, for his introverted nature

Ye Jianying

Ye Jianying (28 April 1897 – 22 October 1986) was a Chinese communist revolutionary leader and politician, one of the founding Ten Marshals of the People's Liberation Army.

General Sir Harold Alexander was promoted to field marshal in the British Army when he was made Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean during World War II

Field marshal

Most senior military rank, ordinarily senior to the general officer ranks.

Most senior military rank, ordinarily senior to the general officer ranks.

General Sir Harold Alexander was promoted to field marshal in the British Army when he was made Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean during World War II
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Later, a more common title for a field marshal or a commandant was (元帥 Yuan Shuai) or grand field marshal (大元帥 da yuan shuai).

Changzhi

Prefecture-level city in the southeast of Shanxi Province, China, bordering the provinces of Hebei and Henan to the northeast and east, respectively.

Prefecture-level city in the southeast of Shanxi Province, China, bordering the provinces of Hebei and Henan to the northeast and east, respectively.

Map including Changzhi (labeled as CH'ANG-CHIH (LUAN) (walled) 長治) (AMS, 1955)
A view of the Taihang Mountains in Changzhi

Yan's forces were eventually defeated by an army led by Liu Bocheng, who was later named one of China's Ten Great Marshals.

Marshal Zhu De (1955)

Zhu De

Chinese general, military strategist, politician and revolutionary in the Chinese Communist Party.

Chinese general, military strategist, politician and revolutionary in the Chinese Communist Party.

Marshal Zhu De (1955)
Zhu De in 1916.
Zhu (second from right) photographed with Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai (second from left) and Bo Gu (left) in 1937.

In 1955, he became one of the ten marshals of the People's Liberation Army, of which he is regarded as one of the principal founders.