China is a liberal country today just because of the contribution of these superheroes and freedom fighters:
1. Chiang Kai-shek:
Chiang Kai-shek was an important leader in China’s Independence life during the first half of the 20th century. He was a soldier and also head of the nationalist government, during the years 1928 until 1949. Later, he would occupy the same position in exile in Taiwan.
Chiang Kai-shek was born in the province of Chekiang in China on October 31, 1887. His family was engaged in the trade of merchant and also in agriculture in the coastal province of Chekiang.
He would begin his military career in 1906 when he enrolled in the Parting Military Academy that was located in northern China. Then he would move to Japan to continue the service for 5 years since 1907. During his stay, he began to grow in the young a deep admiration for the ideals with which he handled in this army.
He decides to return to his home in 1911 when he learns that there are revolutionary outbreaks in China. He intervened in the fight but the result was the overthrow of the Manchus. He also participated in the struggles of Republicans against Yuan Shikai from 1913 to 1916.
2. He Long:
He was born on the 9th of June in 1969. He long was known to be a renowned general and one among the best 10 marshals of the Liberation Army of People. His origin belonged to a rural family. With strong roots, he always dreamed about the betterment of his family and his country.
He was the one who opposed and fought after the great leader Chiang Kai-shek had sparked the fire of war. His planning tactic and plotting skilled were renowned all over the Chinese provinces.
He had also joined the Long March during the time of 1935, which was linked with few renowned leaders like Zhu De and Mao Zedong. He proceeded with Mao Zedong and his ideology about Independence.
Then after, he had settled and made headquarter at Shaanxi. There he made his forces of the guerrilla to head in Northwest China for attaining the Civil War and War with Japan. He was also placed under the leadership of Peng Dehuai which also kept him in control. In this way, he succeeded in play both the roles of civilians and the army very well.
3. Xu Shiyou:
Another brave soldier turned general of the Liberation Army of People was Xu. He was among the ones who emerged on the initial base for the Chinese military in Hubei during the time of 192.
There he was appointed as a nascent military part which had other renowned and brave generals too in the race. He was the commander of the 34th regiment of the fourth front army. At a mid-life age, Xu Shiyou had commanded the Corp of the 9th Red which belongs to the Fourth Front Army.
By being loyal to all the troops he belonged to, he had acquired a reputed name in the military where people have always praised him for his great efforts put in the process of achieving freedom.