Lu Diping

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Lu Diping
Portrait of Lu Diping
Lu Diping
Native name 鲁涤平
Born 1887 (age 129–130)
Died 1935 (aged 47–48)
Nationality Chinese
Occupation Army commander
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lu.
Lu Diping
Traditional Chinese 魯滌平
Simplified Chinese 鲁涤平

Lu Diping (1887–1935) was a Chinese military general and politician. Born in Ningxiang, Hunan province, he was a graduate of Hunan Military College and a participant in the Wuchang Uprising. He commanded the 2nd Army and of the 18th Division. Lu was allied with Wang Jingwei and the left wing faction of the KMT. He was chairman of the governments of Hunan from 1928 to 1929, and Jiangxi from 1929 to 1931, and Zhejiang from 1931 to 1934, resigning from the latter post as a consequence of the murder of Shi Liangcai. Lu died on January 24, 1935 in Nanjing, China.

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