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Yu Jishi (traditional Chinese: 俞濟時; simplified Chinese: 俞济时; pinyin: Yú Jìshí; 1 May 1904–25 January 1990) was a Chinese Nationalist military general from Fenghua, Zhejiang. He served with distinction during the Battle of Shanghai and was wounded leading a defense in battle. After the war, he retreated to Taiwan along with the Nationalist government and served with the defence ministry.
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