Synonyms for hanmou or Related words with hanmou

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Hainan Island lies midway between French Indochina and Hong Kong, occupying a position south of the Leizhou Peninsula across the Strait of Hainan. It is also near Kwangchowan, a French-leased territory on the southern coast of China. The 33,920 km2 (13,100 sq mi) Hainan Island had a population of 2,200,000 at the time. The island was guarded by the 152nd Division, approximately 25,000 strong, under the command of Yu Hanmou, who was in charge of peace preservation in Kwangtung Province.
General Yu Hanmou (; 1896–1981) was a KMT general from Guangdong. He was the Commander in Chief of the Chinese 12th Army Group from 1938 to 1944. He commanded the defense of Guangdong in the Canton Operation and 1939-40 Winter Offensive. Later in 1944 until the end of the war, he commanded the 7th War Area, fighting in the Battle of Henan-Hunan-Guangxi.
The Japanese army attacked British-controlled Hong Kong on December 8, 1941. While the British Army fought back, it was overwhelmed by a coordinated Japanese assault on air, sea and land. The British government sent a telegram requesting help. The 12th group army, commanded by Chow and stationed in Shaoguan, was ordered to break the Japanese siege of Hong Kong. Chow set up a battle plan for Hong Kong and to protect his Canton base. Chow's fellow Nationalist general Yu Hanmou was named the commander to troops on a day and night march to Kowloon. They sent a telegram to the Hong Kong government that if the British troops could hold out until the end of December, the 12th group army would arrive to help fight the enemy, Chow's biographers wrote.
After fleeing from Hong Kong, Holmes finally reached Chongqing in early 1942 to unite with the British delegates in China. Later on, he was ordered to drive (later Sir) John Keswick, the First Secretary of the British Consulate-General Chongqing, and the consulate's attaché, Brigadier Gordon Edward Grimsdale to Shaoguan, Guangdong for a special mission to discuss with General Yu Hanmou, the Chinese Commander-in-Chief of the Seventh War Zone about the feasibility of establishing a British Army Aid Group to resist the Japanese invasion on a joint basis. Throughout the negotiation, Holmes worked as the translator for the British as well. Shortly afterwards, Colonel (later Sir) Lindsay Ride, a prisoner of war from the Japanese concentration camp in Hong Kong, successfully made his escape and arrived at Chongqing. As a result, Ride officially formed the British Army Aid Group in July 1942. Both Holmes and Paul Tsui (徐家祥), a close friend Holmes newly met in Shaoguan, joined the group in November and were immediately sent to station in Dong River, Huizhou.
In 1941, during the Second World War, the British reached an agreement with the Chinese government under Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek that if Japan attacked Hong Kong, the Chinese National Army would attack the Japanese from the rear to relieve pressure on the British garrison. On 8 December, the Battle of Hong Kong began when Japanese air bombers effectively destroyed British air power in one attack. Two days later, the Japanese breached the Gin Drinkers Line in the New Territories. The British commander, Major-General Christopher Maltby, concluded that the island could not be defended for long unless he withdrew his brigade from the mainland. On 18 December, the Japanese crossed Victoria Harbour. By 25 December, organised defence was reduced into pockets of resistance. Maltby recommended a surrender to Governor Sir Mark Young, who accepted his advice to reduce further losses. A day after the invasion, Generalissimo Chiang ordered three corps under General Yu Hanmou to march towards Hong Kong. The plan was to launch a New Year's Day attack on the Japanese in the Canton region, but before the Chinese infantry could attack, the Japanese had broken Hong Kong's defences. The British casualties were 2,232 killed or missing and 2,300 wounded. The Japanese reported 1,996 killed and 6,000 wounded.
Chiang Kai-shek (zh: 蔣中正) (elected by General Assembly), Wang Jingwei (zh: ), Hu Hanmin (zh: ), Tai Chi-tao (zh: ), Yan Xishan (zh: ), Feng Yuxiang (zh: ), Yu Youren (zh: ), Sun Fo (zh: ), Wu Tieh-cheng (zh: ), Ye Chucang (zh: ), He Yingqin (zh: ), Zhu Peide (zh: ), Zou Lu (zh: ), Ju Zheng (zh: ), Chen Guofu (zh: ), He Chengjun (zh: ), Chen Lifu (zh: ), Shi Ying (zh: ), H. H. Kung (zh: ), Ding Weifen (zh: ), Zhang Xueliang (zh: ), T. V. Soong (zh: ), Bai Chongxi (zh: ), Liu Chih (zh: ), Gu Zhutong (zh: ), Chu Chia-hua (zh: ), Yang Jie (zh: ), Ma Chao-chun (zh: ), Zhang Zhizhong (zh: ), Ceng Kuoqing (zh: ), He Zhonghan (zh: ), Jiang Dingwen (zh: ), Fang Juehui (zh: ), Chen Jitang (zh: ), Huang Musong (zh: ), Qian Dajun (zh: ), Han Fuju (zh: ), He Jian (zh: ), Ceng Yangfu (zh: ), Liu Luyin (zh: ), Chen Cheng (zh: ), Zhou Fohai (zh: ), Xu Enceng (zh: ), Hong Lanyou (zh: ), Yu Ching-tang (zh: ), Chen Ce (zh: ), Shao Yuanchong (zh: ), Chang Tao-fan (zh: ), Chen Bulei (zh: ), Fang Chih (zh: ), Chen Gongbo (zh: ), Liang Hancao (zh: ), Li Zonghuang (zh: ), Liu Jiwen (zh: ), Xu Yuanquan (zh: ), Pang Ongzhan (zh: ), Wang Faqin (zh: ), Bai Wenwei(zh: ), Wang Luyi (zh: ), Zhang Qun (zh: ), Liu Weichi (zh: ), Wu Xingya (zh: ), Ding Chaowu (zh: ), Zhao Daiwen (zh: ), Jing Bocheng (zh: ), Ku Meng-yu (zh: ), Gan Naiguang (zh: ), Chen Jicheng (zh: ), Xiao Jishan (zh: ), Wang Yizhe (zh: ), Li Wenfan (zh: ), Chang Li-sheng (zh: ), Zhong Bomin (zh: ), Wang Bailing (zh: ), Miao Peicheng (zh: ), Liu Jianqun (zh: ), Gu Zhenggang (zh: ), Mei Gongren (zh: ), Yu Hanmou (zh: ), Zheng Zhannan (zh: ), Wang Shufang (zh: ), Zhu Shaoliang (zh: ), Li Yizhong (zh: ), Gu Zhenglun (zh: ), Fu Zuoyi (zh: ), Wu Zhongxin (zh: ), Wang Qi (zh: ), Huang Xuchu (zh: ), Dai Kuisheng (zh: ), Yu Xuezhong (zh: ), Chen Zhaoying (zh: ), Zhang Chong (zh: ), Xiao Tongzi (zh: ), Zhou Qigang (zh: ), Masud Sabri (zh: ), Wei Lihuang (zh: ), Hong Ludong (zh: ), Jiao Yitang (zh: ), Li Shengda (zh: ), Tian Kunshan (zh: ), Liu Xiang (zh: ), Chen Shaokuan (zh: ), Chen Yi (zh: ), Peng Xeupei (zh: ), Mao Zuquan (zh: ), Chen Honglie (zh: ), Xiong Shihui (zh: ), Xia Douyin (zh: ), Lu Zhonglin (zh: ), Wang Boqun (zh: ), Xu Kan (zh: ), Fu Bingchang (zh: ), Le Jingtao (zh: ), Li Yangjing (zh: ), Tang Youren (zh: ), Wang Quansheng (zh: ), Mo Peinan (zh: ), Wang Jun (zh: ), Luo San Jian Zan (zh: ). ("total 120 members")