Wang Shizhen

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Wang Shizhen
王士珍
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Premier of the Republic of China
In office
1917–1918
Preceded by Wang Daxie
Succeeded by Qian Nengxun
Minister of War of the Republic of China
In office
1915–1916
Preceded by Duan Qirui
Succeeded by Duan Qirui
In office
1917
Preceded by Wang Shizhen
Succeeded by Lei Zhenchun
In office
1917
Preceded by Duan Qirui
Succeeded by Duan Zhigui
Personal details
Born 1861
Zhengding, Hebei
Died 1 June 1930

Wang Shizhen (Chinese: 王士珍; pinyin: Wáng Shìzhēn; 1861–1930) was a Chinese general and politician of the Republic of China.

Biography[edit]

Wang was born in Zhengding, Hebei in 1861. He was the Minister of War in the Republic of China three times, 1915–1916 and twice in 1917. He was the Premier of China from 1917 to 1918.

Preceded by
Duan Qirui
Minister of War of the Republic of China
1915–1916
Succeeded by
Duan Qirui
Preceded by
Wang Shizhen
Minister of War of the Republic of China
1917
Succeeded by
Lei Zhenchun
Preceded by
Duan Qirui
Minister of War of the Republic of China
1917
Succeeded by
Duan Zhigui
Preceded by
Wang Daxie
Premier of the Republic of China
1917–1918
Succeeded by
Qian Nengxun