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us: Jiang, Qing, 1914-1991



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    • us: Chiang, Chʻing, 1914-1991
    • us: Mao Jiang, Qing, 1914-1991
    • us: Mao Chiang, Chʻing, 1914-1991
    • us: Mao, Zedong, Mme., 1914-1991
    • us: Mao, Tse-tung, Mme., 1914-1991
    • us: Li, Yunhe, 1914-1991
    • us: Li, Yün-ho, 1914-1991
    • us: Li, Erni, 1914-1991
    • us: Li, Erh-ni, 1914-1991
    • us: Li, Qingyun, 1914-1991
    • us: Li, Chʻing-yün, 1914-1991
    • us: Blue Apple, 1914-1991
    • us: Tschiang, Tsching, 1914-1991
    • us: Tsching, Tschiang, 1914-1991
    • us: Kō, Sei, 1914-1991
    • us: Jiang, Quing, 1914-1991
    • us: Quing, Jiang, 1914-1991
    • us: Lan, Pʻing, 1914-1991
    • us: Jiangqing, 1914-1991
    • us: Qing, Jiang, 1914-1991
    • us: Li, Shumeng, 1914-1991
    • us: Luan, Shumeng, 1914-1991
    • us: 江靑, 1914-1991
    • us: 江青, 1914-1991
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    • found: Lin Piao tʻung ...
    • found: Eaubonne, F. L'impératrice rouge, c1981: t.p. (Jiang Quing)
    • found: Chu, C.L. Nü huang meng, 1988: t.p. (Chiang Chʻing) colophon (Jiangqing [in rom.])
    • found: Washington post, 06-05-91 (Jiang Qing; committed suicide in her residence in Beijing on May 14, 1991)
    • found: Current biography, Jan. 1992: p. 61 (Chiang, Ch'ing; Chinese actress and politician; married to Mao Tsê-tung. Directed the ballet Red detachment of women) June 1975: p. 77 (born ... between 1910 and 1914)
    • found: Pan-Chinese encyclopedia, 1982: p. 533 (Jiang Qing, b. ca. 1914; original name: Li Yün-ho; other forename, Chʻing-yün)
    • found: Wang, S. Tʻa hai mei chiao Chiang Chʻing ti shih hou, 1993: p. 279 (born March 1914 in Chu-chʻeng, Shantung Province; she was named Li Chin-hai; her infant name was Erh-ni)
    • found: Wikipedia WWW site, July 11, 2006 (Jiang Qing; b. Li Shumeng, Mar. 1914, Zhucheng, Shandong Province; d. May 14, 1991; stage name: Lan Ping; fourth wife of Mao Zedong; also known as Madame Mao; Chinese political leader most famous for forming the Gang of Four)
    • found: Britannica online, July 11, 2006 (Jiang Qing; stage name: Lan Ping; original name: Luan Shumeng; b. 1914?, Chu-ch'eng, Shantung Province; d. May 14, 1991; third wife of Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong and the most influential woman in the People's Republic of China until her downfall in 1976, after Mao's death; as a member of the Gang of Four she was convicted in 1981 of "counter-revolutionary crimes" and imprisoned)
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    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • [Old cat. hdg.: Chiang, Chʻing]
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    • 1982-01-15: new
    • 2008-09-13: revised
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