Zhang Zhen (general)
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Zhang Zhen (Chinese: 张震; Pinyin: Zhāng Zhèn; born October 5, 1914) was a general of the People's Liberation Army of China, and a former member of the Central Military Commission of the Communist Party of China.
From 1957 - 1966, he was the vice president, and later president of PLA Nanjing Military Academy.
From 1975 - 1980, he was the vice director, and later director of PLA General Logistics Department, and a member of CPC Central Military Commission.
From 1980 - 1985, he was the vice chief of staff in PLA General Staff Department.
From 1985 - 1990, he served as the president of National Defense University.
From 1990, he became the president, political commissar and CPC chief of National Defense University.
He was an alternate member of 11th CPC central committee, and a full member of 12th CPC central committee.
- (Chinese) Biography of Zhang Zhen
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