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Ma hongbin's battles against japan[edit]

Either westerners mispelled his name as "Ma Hung-ping" (in wade giles ma hongbin should be ma hung-pin) or he is a different general. The former is more likely.

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INNER MONGOLIA Somewhere west of Paotou, since October, 1937, Ma Hung- ping and his Chinese troops numbering from 10,000 to 20,000 have held up the Japanese-Mongol advance on Wuyuan. Reportedly the Japanese and Mongol

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troops numbering from 10,000 to 20,000 have held up the Japanese-Mongol advance on Wuyuan. Reportedly the Japanese and Mongol troops are pressing toward the town, north- west of Paotou, but they have been pressing for over a year and they have not yet arrived. There are indications that the Japanese, unable to spare men and ...

There are indications that the Japanese, unable to spare men and equipment for a drive over this area which lacks a railway, have been content to hold their line, using Mongol troops to release Japanese soldiers for use in China proper.

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Title The China Journal, Volume 31 Authors Arthur de Carle Sowerby, John Calvin Ferguson Contributors China Society of Science and Arts, China Society of Arts and Science Publisher North-China Daily News & Herald, 1939 Original from the University of California Digitized Nov 24, 2009

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... 1937, Ma Hung-ping and his Chinese troops numbering from 10,000 to 20,000 have held up the Japanese-Mongol ... against the Japanese in Inner Mongolia, Fu Tso-yi, who was the Chinese Governor of Suiyuan, and Ma Chang-shan, are ...

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Arthur de Carle Sowerby, John Calvin Ferguson, China Society of Arts and Science. 10 days. ... All civil matters must pass through his office. ... Somewhere west of Paotou, since October, 1937, Ma Hung-ping and — 42 — THE CHINA JOURNAL.

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Title The China Journal, Volume 31 Authors Arthur de Carle Sowerby, John Calvin Ferguson Contributors China Society of Science and Arts, China Society of Arts and Science Publisher North-China Daily News & Herald, 1939 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized Mar 24, 2006


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He admitted that there are Chinese troops in the countryside, reportedly Ma Chang-shan's and others, but the Japanese have no fear of being unable to keep peace and order. Somewhere west of Paotou, since October, 1937, Ma Hung- ping ...

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Somewhere west of Paotou, since October, 1937, Ma Hung- ping and his Chinese


Title The China Journal, Volume 31 Contributor China Society of Science and Arts Published 1939

Page 18 Suiyuan Forces Active

Although the Japanese are attempting to enforce rigid military control aver the populace, recent reports indicate that Chinese are still loyal. ... Chinese Strength Under General Fu's command are also a number of Chinese units, composed of infantry, cavalry, and artillery; regulars, guerillas, and local militia. ... Moslem troops are represented on the Suiyuan front by a group under General Ma Hung- ping.

Moslem troops are represented on the Suiyuan front by a group under General Ma Hung-ping. These were reinforced recently by a brigade under General Ma Hung-kwei, governor of Ningsia. Known locally as the "western army" because ...

These were reinforced recently by a brigade under General Ma Hung-kwei, governor of Ningsia. Known locally as the "western army" because native Suiyuan people call Ningsia the "western route," the Moslem units are noted for their bravery ...


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Known locally as the "western army" because native Suiyuan people call Ningsia the "western route," the Moslem units are noted for their bravery and marksmanship. During one engagement in April, 1939, at Wulan-Obo, which is 20 ...

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During one engagement in April, 1939, at Wulan-Obo, which is 20 kilometers northeast of Wuyuan, a Moslem major with his expert marksmanship repulsed single-handed an enemy force of about 300 strong. Mongols in Suiyuan, even those ...

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Title China at War, Volume 4 Contributor China Information Committee Publisher China Information Publishing Company, 1940 Original from Indiana University Digitized Jul 15, 2010

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Moslem troops are represented on the Suiyuan front by a group under General Ma Hung-ping. These were reinforced recently by a brigade under General Ma Hung-kwei, governor of Ningsia. Known locally as the "western army" because ...

These were reinforced recently by a brigade under General Ma Hung-kwei, governor of Ningsia. Known locally as the "western army" because native Suiyuan people call Ningsia the "western route," the Moslem units are noted for their bravery ...

http://books.google.com/books?id=eM44AQAAIAAJ&q=Moslem#search_anchor

Known locally as the "western army" because native Suiyuan people call Ningsia the "western route," the Moslem units are noted for their bravery and marksmanship. During one engagement in April, 1939, at Wulan-Obo, which is 20 ...

http://books.google.com/books?id=eM44AQAAIAAJ&q=noted+bravery+engagement+April#search_anchor

During one engagement in April, 1939, at Wulan-Obo, which is 20 kilometers northeast of Wuyuan, a Moslem major with his expert marksmanship repulsed single-handed an enemy force of about 300 strong. Mongols in Suiyuan, even those I ...

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Title China Magazine, Volumes 4-5 Published 1940 Original from the University of California Digitized Sep 13, 2010

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Ma Hung-kuei 81st Corps — Gen. Ma Hung-ping 168th Division — Gen. Ma Hung-kuei (concurrent) 10th Cavalry Brigade — Gen. Ma Chuan-chung 1st Cavalry Brigade — Gen. Ma Kuang-tsung Ninghsia 1st Garrison Brigade — Gen.

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Rajmaan (talk) 19:56, 24 November 2012 (UTC)

communists[edit]

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AÜ8 13133p Japanese Troops ... General Fu returned to Kweihua yesterday and told Chinese pressmen that, the situation in East Suiyuan was peaceful ana that he had ordered ... It uss; reported though not confirmed« he went on. that General MM Hung-ping. brother of General: Ma Hung-kuei. recently died; and that his ...

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Rajmaan (talk) 19:20, 24 November 2012 (UTC)

Suiyuan Campaign against Japan[edit]

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-HZYJ201003012.htm

http://books.google.com/books?id=mpqApZWrJyIC&pg=PA131#v=onepage&q&f=false

After Ma Hongbin's defection to the communists, his role in the anti Japanese resistance was emphasized compared to his cousin Ma Hongbin who did not defect.

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Ma Hongbin was different from Ma Hongkui. During the War of Resistance Against Japan he, along with Fu Zuoyi, fought the Japanese invaders in western Suiyuan. At the beginning of the Liberation War we captured a regimental commander ...

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Title The reminiscences of Geng Biao Author Piao Keng Publisher China Today Press, 1994 Length 489 pages Subjects Political Science › Political Ideologies › Communism & Socialism

Rajmaan (talk) 21:24, 26 January 2013 (UTC)