Wang Jiadao (Chinese: 汪家道) (1916–1992) was a People's Liberation Army major general and People's Republic of China politician. He was born in Huoqiu County, Anhui Province. As a member of the Chinese Workers' and Peasants' Red Army, he participated in the Long March. During the Second Sino-Japanese War, he was part of the Eighth Route Army. In March 1969, he was involved in the Sino-Soviet border conflict. In 1971, he was made Governor and Communist Party of China Committee Secretary of Heilongjiang Province after the dismissal of Pan Fusheng.

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  • 汪家道(1916年-1992年),安徽霍邱众兴乡人,中华人民共和国政治人物,中国人民解放军少将。 早年参加中国工农红军红二十五军,参加长征。1935年,担任红十五军团骑兵团政治处主任。抗日战争期间,担任八路军115师344旅副营长,后升任冀鲁豫第五分区独立团团长。第二次国共内战期间,担任晋冀鲁豫军区七纵20旅副旅长、冀鲁豫军区独立1旅旅长、晋冀鲁豫野战军第十一纵31旅旅长,后升任第二野战军第17军49师师长。中华人民共和国成立后,担任中国人民解放军第13军副军长、16军副军长;改任黑龙江省军区司令员,授少将军衔;改任中共黑龙江省委第一书记。后担任沈阳军区副司令员,参与指挥珍宝岛事件。 (zh)
  • Wang Jiadao (Chinese: 汪家道) (1916–1992) was a People's Liberation Army major general and People's Republic of China politician. He was born in Huoqiu County, Anhui Province. As a member of the Chinese Workers' and Peasants' Red Army, he participated in the Long March. During the Second Sino-Japanese War, he was part of the Eighth Route Army. In March 1969, he was involved in the Sino-Soviet border conflict. In 1971, he was made Governor and Communist Party of China Committee Secretary of Heilongjiang Province after the dismissal of Pan Fusheng. (en)
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  • 汪家道(1916年-1992年),安徽霍邱众兴乡人,中华人民共和国政治人物,中国人民解放军少将。 早年参加中国工农红军红二十五军,参加长征。1935年,担任红十五军团骑兵团政治处主任。抗日战争期间,担任八路军115师344旅副营长,后升任冀鲁豫第五分区独立团团长。第二次国共内战期间,担任晋冀鲁豫军区七纵20旅副旅长、冀鲁豫军区独立1旅旅长、晋冀鲁豫野战军第十一纵31旅旅长,后升任第二野战军第17军49师师长。中华人民共和国成立后,担任中国人民解放军第13军副军长、16军副军长;改任黑龙江省军区司令员,授少将军衔;改任中共黑龙江省委第一书记。后担任沈阳军区副司令员,参与指挥珍宝岛事件。 (zh)
  • Wang Jiadao (Chinese: 汪家道) (1916–1992) was a People's Liberation Army major general and People's Republic of China politician. He was born in Huoqiu County, Anhui Province. As a member of the Chinese Workers' and Peasants' Red Army, he participated in the Long March. During the Second Sino-Japanese War, he was part of the Eighth Route Army. In March 1969, he was involved in the Sino-Soviet border conflict. In 1971, he was made Governor and Communist Party of China Committee Secretary of Heilongjiang Province after the dismissal of Pan Fusheng. (en)
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