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Chiang Ch'ing (Chinese leader): see Jiang Qing. Chiang Ching-kuo (b. March 18
, 1910, Ch'i- k'ou, Chekiang province, China— d. Jan. 13, 1988, Taipei, Taiwan),
son of Chiang Kai- shek, and his successor as leader of the Republic of China ...
During the war with the Japanese that followed the formation of the second
United Front, Chiang Ching-kuo held various military and administrative posts in
the Nationalist government. After 1941 his father came to rely increasingly on his
Ch'ing-chiang, also called hwai-yin, or huai-yin, Pinyin qingjiang, or huaiyin, city,
northern Kiangsu sheng (province), China. Ch'ing-chiang is an important city and
canal port on the Grand Canal, located at the point where (until 1853) it ...
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