Wu Tiecheng
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Wu Tiecheng

Wu Tieh-cheng
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Vice Premier of the Republic of China

23 December 1948 - 21 March 1949
PremierSun Fo
He Yingqin
Chia Ching-teh
Chang Li-sheng
Mayor of Shanghai

January 1932 - April 1937
Zhang Qun
Yu Hung-chun
Personal details
Born9 March 1888
Jiujiang, Jiangxi, Qing Dynasty
Died19 November 1953(1953-11-19) (aged 65)
Taipei, Taiwan
NationalityRepublic of China
Political partyKuomintang

Wu Tieh-cheng (Chinese: ; pinyin: Wú Ti?chéng; 1893-1953) was a politician in the Republic of China. He served as Mayor of Shanghai, Governor of Guangdong province, and was the Vice Premier and Foreign Minister in 1948-1949.

After communists were purged from the party in the Canton Coup in 1926, Chiang negotiated a compromise whereby hardline members of the rightist faction, such as Wu Tieh-cheng, were removed from their posts in compensation for the purged leftists in order to prove his usefulness to the CPC and their Soviet sponsor, Joseph Stalin[1][2]

See also

  1. ^ Jordan 1976, pp. 42-49.
  2. ^ Kotkin 2014, pp. 627-629.

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