Ma Dunjing (1906–1972)

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Not to be confused with Ma Dunjing (1910–2003).
Ma Dunjing
馬惇靖
Born 1906
Linxia County, Gansu
Died 1972
Lanzhou
Allegiance  Republic of China
 People's Republic of China
Service/branch

National Revolutionary Army

People's Liberation Army
Years of service 1920–1972
Rank General
Unit Ma clique
Battles/wars Second Sino-Japanese War
Chinese Civil War
Ningxia Campaign
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Ma.

Ma Dunjing (simplified Chinese: 马惇靖; traditional Chinese: 馬惇靖; pinyin: Mǎ Dūnjìng; Wade–Giles: Ma Tun-ching; 1906–1972) was a prominent Muslim Ma Clique General in China during the Republic of China era, and was the son of General Ma Hongbin. Some sources give his birth date as 1901 rather than 1906.[1] He fought against and defeated the Japanese in May 1938 in Suiyuan province during World War II, and he fought against the Communists in the Ningxia Campaign, but he defected to the Communists with his father, Ma Hongbin and led his 81st Corps to cross over to the communists.[2] He died in Lanzhou in 1972.[3]

Ma Dunjing's grandfather was General Ma Fulu who died fighting the foreigners in the Boxer Rebellion in Beijing in 1900. His family moved Ma Fulu's remains in 1995 from Beijing to Linxia County.

Service[edit]

  • 1934 Commanding Officer 205th Regiment, 103rd Brigade, 35th Division
  • Commanding Officer 103rd Brigade, 35th Division
  • 1937–1943 Chief of Staff 81st Army
  • 1943–1946 General Officer Commanding 35th Division, 81st Army
  • 1946–1947 General Officer Commanding 81st Division
  • 1947–1948 Commander in Chief Haigu Army Group
  • 1948–1949 General Officer Commanding 81st Army
  • 1949 Revolts against the Nationalist Government
  • 1949 Joins the People's Liberation Army

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ma Duijing
  2. ^ United States. Joint Publications Research Service (1984). China report: economic affairs, Issues 92-97. Foreign Broadcast Information Service. p. 34. Retrieved 2010-06-28. 
  3. ^ 民国少数民族将军(组图)2 - 360Doc个人图书馆

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