Zhang Tailei

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Zhang Tailei
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Zhang Tailei
Native name (simplified Chinese: 张太雷; traditional Chinese: 張太雷; pinyin: Zhāng Tàiléi)
Born June 1898
Died December 12, 1927(1927-12-12) (aged 29)
Nationality Chinese
Alma mater Peiyang University
Known for Guangzhou Uprising

Zhang Tailei (simplified Chinese: 张太雷; traditional Chinese: 張太雷; pinyin: Zhāng Tàiléi) (June 1898 – 12 December 1927) was the leader of the 1927 Guangzhou Uprising, during which he was killed.

In 1921 Zhang was sent to the Russian Far East to make a report to the Comintern for the Communist Party of China.[1] Zhang then studied in Moscow for a few years. However, when he went back to China, he became hostile to the others who had returned to China in 1924.[2]

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