Ma Dunjing (1910–2003)

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Not to be confused with Ma Dunjing (1906–1972). ‹See Tfd›
Ma Dunjing
馬敦靜
Born 2 January 1910
Linxia County, Gansu, China
Died 3 September 2003(2003-09-03) (aged 93)
Los Angeles, United States
Allegiance  Republic of China
Service/branch National Revolutionary Army
Years of service 1926–1949
Rank Major 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 (traditional Chinese: 馬敦靜; simplified Chinese: 马敦静; pinyin: Mǎ Dūnjìng; Wade–Giles: Ma Tun-ching; 2 January 1910 – 3 September 2003) was a prominent Chinese general of the Republic of China era, and the son of General Ma Hongkui, who ruled the northwestern province of Ningxia. Born to a Hui family in 1910 in Gansu, he served as an official in his father's Ningxia government.[1] During World War II, he was a General in the National Revolutionary Army. He was a member of the Kuomintang, and fought against the Chinese communist party during the Ningxia Campaign. He fled to Taiwan in 1949 and was appointed to the Recovery of the Mainland Research Commission in 1954, then to Los Angeles in the U.S. with his father in 1950, where he died in 2003.[2]

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  1. ^ Association for Asian Studies. Southeast Conference (1979). Annals, Volumes 1-5. The Conference. p. 61. Retrieved 2010-06-28. 
  2. ^ Steen Ammentorp (2000–2009). "The Generals of WWII Generals from China Ma Dongjing". Retrieved 31 October 2010. 

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