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Pu-yi

(ˈpuːˈjiː)
n
(Biography) Henry. 1906–67, last emperor of China as Xuan-Tong (1908–12); emperor of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo as Kang-de (1934–45)

Pu-yi

(ˈpuˈyi)

n.
Henry, 1906–67, last emperor of China 1908–12; puppet emperor of Manchukuo 1934–45.
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Henry Pu-yi was the last emperor of China (from 1908 to 1912).
Lee Pu-yi, pastor of the host church, was elected Moderator.
Born in Tokyo (1893); graduated from the Naval Academy (1915); received early training in torpedo tactics and submarines (1922-1924); held several destroyer commands (1925-1933); aide-de-camp to the Manchurian puppet emperor Henry Pu-yi (1932); as captain (1938), commanded several destroyer flotillas (1938-1939); captain of battleship Kongo (December 1942); commander of 3d Destroyer Squadron; as commander of that squadron, he fought at the battle of Vella Lavella (night October 6-7, 1943); he led the screening forces at Empress Augusta Bay (November 2, 1943); killed in an accident in Singapore (1944).