On March 7 this year, the author published the article "The Forgotten Generation of Famous Generals: Li Liangrong, who led the Battle of Guningtou in Kinmen, is now buried in Ipoh, Malaysia ". On June 2, when this article was published, it was General Li Liangrong who passed away55 year. Fortunately, after the publication of the last article,
I followed the names of the family members on the tombstone of General Li Liangrong, contacted Mr. Li Limi, the eldest son of General Li, and interviewed him, and then I learned why the family members decided to bury General Li in Malaysia. , not photo retouching service Taiwan or China. (Editor's note: Part of the content of this article is written as "Malaya", because when the country was founded in 1957, it was limited to the Malay Peninsula. In 1963, Malaya formed "Malaysia" with Singapore, Sabah, and Sarawak, and Singapore withdrew after two years. ) Soldiers' personalities are difficult to engage in politics Li Liangrong was born in Tong'an County, Fujian in 1907.
He became the first student of the Whampoa Military Academy in 1924. From October 1948 to January of the following year, he took over as the chairman of Fujian Province. When the Battle of Guningtou broke out in October of the following year, Li Liangrong was appointed as the 22nd army officer. The lieutenant commander of the Corps Headquarters was awarded the fourth-class Baoding Medal in 1950 for the victory of the battle. In September of the same year, Li Liangrong was transferred to the Sena