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Ni Sichong (simplified Chinese: 倪嗣沖; traditional Chinese: 倪嗣衝; pinyin: Ní Sìchōng; Wade–Giles: Ni2 Si4-ch'ung1; IPA: [ní sìʈ͡ʂʰʊ̄ŋ]; 1868–1924) was a Chinese general. He was one of the handful of Beiyang generals who along with Zhang Xun supported Yuan Shikai's Empire of China during the National Protection War. He was later part of the Anhui clique until resigning in 1920 due to the disastrous defeat in the Zhili-Anhui War.
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