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Li Hanhun (traditional Chinese: 李漢魂; simplified Chinese: 李汉魂; pinyin: Lǐ Hànhún; 23 November 1895–30 June 1987), courtesy name Bohao (伯豪) was a Chinese (Kuomintang) general from Wuchuan, Guangdong. He participated in the Northern Expedition and Second Sino-Japanese War, when he served as chair of the Guangdong provincial government for six years. In 1949, he went to the United States, where, in 1987, he died in New York.
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