Chu Teh


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Chu Teh

 (jo͞o′ dŭ′)
See Zhu De.

Chu Teh

(ˈtʃuː ˈteɪ) or

Zhu De

n
(Biography) 1886–1976, Chinese military leader and politician; he became commander in chief of the Red Army (1931) and was chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China (1959–76)
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Hans von Seeckt and other German military advisers during the five "bandit suppression" campaigns against the Communists (December 1930-December 1934); his field commands were not notably successful, though, and the forces under his command were ensnared by Chu Teh and suffered 30,000 casualties (May 1931); signed the Tangku (Tanggu) truce with Japanese on Chiang's behalf (1933); during World War II, he led Chinese forces in Burma under Gen.