Wang Shuang

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Wang Shuang (died 228), style name Ziquan (子全), was a military general of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He initially participated in battles against the eastern warlord, Sun Quan, but was defeated and captured. Later, he rejoined Wei and was reassigned to the Western front against Shu, and was killed in action.


Wang Shuang initially served as a lower ranking officer under Shang Diao, who was a lesser general of Wei eastern commander, Cao Ren. When Cao led a several tens of thousands strong expedition force composed of cavalry, navy, and foot-soldiers to attack Sun Quan's general, Zhu Ran, Shang was tasked to sneak-attack Middle Island, where enemy families resided. Wang followed Shang, and they landed the island unopposed. At the time, Zhu was busy fighting Wei's main army, so he left his subordinates to handle Wang and Shang after instructing them to lay a trap to the enemies. As planned, Wang and Shang entered the trap Zhu's men set and was ambushed. When they ran back to the shore, they only found out their ships had already been taken and their retreat route sealed. Shang fought to the death, while Wang was captured in battle. 1,000 Wei soldiers died in this single battle, and the rest of the detachment...
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