Yu Hanmou

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Yu Hanmou
余漢謀
Gellhorn Hemingway 1941.jpg
Gen. Yu Hanmou with Ernest Hemingway and his wife Martha Gellhorn in Chungking, China, 1941.
2nd Commander-in-Chief of the Republic of China Army
In office
13 May 1948 – 9 February 1949
PresidentChiang Kai-shek
Li Zongren
Preceded byGu Zhutong
Succeeded byZhang Fakui
Personal details
Born1896
Died1981 (aged 85)
Military service
AllegianceFlag of the Republic of China Republic of China
RankCommander-in-Chief of the Chinese 12th Army Group

Gen. Yu Hanmou (simplified Chinese: 余汉谋; traditional Chinese: 余漢謀; pinyin: Yú Hànmóu; Jyutping: Yu4 Hon3 Mau4; 1896–1981) was a KMT general from Guangdong. He was the Commander-in-Chief of the 12th Army Group from 1938–44. He commanded the defense of Guangdong in the Canton Operation and 1939-40 Winter Offensive. Later in 1944 until the end of the war, he commanded the 7th War Area, fighting in the Battle of Henan-Hunan-Guangxi.

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