Category:Lin Biao

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လင်ပြောင်; 林彪; Lin Piao; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; Линь Бяо; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; لین بیائو; 林彪; Lin Biao; Lin Piao; 林彪; 林彪; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; لين بياو; לין ביאו; Lin Biao; 林彪; 林彪; 林彪; 린뱌오; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; Lin Piao; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; লিন পিয়াও; Lin Biao; Linz Byauh; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; लिन बिआउ; 林彪; 林彪; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; 林彪; Lâm Bưu; Lin Biao; Лин Бијао; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; หลิน เปียว; Lîm Piu; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; Lìm Piau; Линь Бяо; 林彪; Lin Biao; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; لين بياو; Lin Biao; Lin Biao; (Huanggang, 1908-Mongolia, 1971) Político y militar chino. En 1924 entró en el Guomindang y en 1926 en el Partido Comunista. Participó en la creación del Ejército Rojo (1927), del que dirigió el IV cuerpo (1928-1932). En 1931 fundó con Mao la; a KNK honvédelmi minisztere; militar i polític xinès; Chinees politicus; chinesischer Politiker und Marschall; phó chủ tịch đảng Cộng sản Trung Quốc; 中华人民共和国元帅; سیاست‌مدار چینی; 前中国共产党中央委员会副主席; kinesisk politiker; 中華人民共和国の政治家、軍人,中華人民共和国元帥; 中國共產黨中央委員會副主席; político e militar chinês; rivoluzionario, politico e scrittore cinese; kinesisk politiker; kinesisk politikar; kinesisk politiker; 中國共產黨中央委員會副主席; 中國共產黨中央委員會副主席; marechal chinês, figura histórica, comunista; China siyaasa nira ŋun nyɛ doo; kiinalainen poliitikko; Chinese Communist military commander and politician; سياسي صيني; čínský maršál; китайский военный и политический деятель; Lin Piao; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; Lin Piao; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; Lin Piao; Ling Pia-Ho; Lin Bao; Lin Piao; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; Lin Piao; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; 林育蓉; 林育容; Piao Lin; Lin Biao; リンピャオ; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; Lin; Lin Piao; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; Lin Piao; Lín Biāo; Lin Piao; Lin Piao; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; 임표; 린위롱; Lin Yurong; Lin Biao o Lin Piao; Piao Lin; Lin Piao; Lin Biao o Lin Piao
Lin Biao 
Chinese Communist military commander and politician
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Name in native language
  • 林彪 (Lín Biāo)
Date of birth5 December 1907
Q18383940
Date of death13 September 1971, 1971
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Manner of death
Cause of death
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Work period (start)
  • 1925
Country of citizenship
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Occupation
Member of political party
Position held
  • Vice Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China (1964–1971)
  • Vice Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party (1959–1971)
  • Minister of National Defense of the People's Republic of China (1959–1971)
  • Vice Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party (1966–1971)
  • Vice Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party (1958–1971)
  • Vice Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China (1954–1971)
Child
Spouse
  • Ye Qun (1941–1971)
  • Zhang Mei (1937–1946)
Unmarried partner
Award received
  • First Class Red Star Medal
  • People's Liberation Army Strategist
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Wikidata Q315475
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VIAF ID: 88047076
GND ID: 118573055
Library of Congress authority ID: n50062077
Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 12172787c
IdRef ID: 027639533
NDL Authority ID: 00626841
NKCR AUT ID: js20091109009
SELIBR ID: 71464
Nationale Thesaurus voor Auteurs ID: 069384096
NUKAT ID: n2008013982
NLP ID (old): A26613633
Libris-URI: ljx0vrj41qj2mrg
PLWABN ID: 9810602231005606
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007278329405171
Open Library ID: OL871357A
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