Qian Hong (Three Kingdoms)

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Qian Hong
Simplified Chinese 牵弘
Traditional Chinese 牽弘
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Qian.

Qian Hong (died 271) was a military general of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He served the Jin Dynasty after the end of Cao Wei. Qian served as prefect of Longxi while participating in Deng Ai's ultimate campaign to conquer Shu Han. Qian Hong became well known by Deng by defeating Zhuge Zhan's troops through an ambush unit at the Battle of Mianzhu Pass (which was initially suggested by Qiu Ben). After Shu was suppressed, Qian Hong was appointed all the territories in Yi Province (present-day Sichuan).

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