Pang Bingxun

Pang Bingxun

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Pang Bingxun (Traditional Chinese: 庞炳勋 Simplified Chinese: 庞炳勋 pinyin: Pang Bingxun; Wade-Giles: Pang Ping-hsun) (October 25, 1879- January 12, 1963) was a high-ranking nationalist commander who fought against the Imperial Japanese Army and Chinese Communist Army. He was best known for having stopped the IJA 5th Division led by General Seishirō Itagaki, one of the principal architects of the Manchurian incident from capturing Linyi and converge with General Rensuke Isogai's IJA 10th Division at Tai'erzhuang District; thus foiled their plan to assault Xuzhou.

Early life and career

General Pang was born in rural household in Hebei Province and joined the newly formed modern army under Qing Dynasty. After graduating from the Manchurian surveying Academy, he was given a rank equivalent of a captain, but when the Xinhai Revolution broke out in 1911 and his superiors suspected him as a revolutionary sympathizer and forced him to resign. After he returned home, Pang started several small businesses in order to make a living. In 1920, a bad drought hit his hometown and a famine broke out, he decided to take up military service again at the age of 41. So he entered the Northwestern Army and served under a number of local warlords, and eventually became one of the best known military commanders in the North China Region. When Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek launched the Northern Expedition in 1926, Pang was serving under General Wu Peifu, one of the most powerful...
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