Chinese military officer (1893-1966)
Bai Chongxi (白崇禧) (18 March 1893 – 1 December 1966), a Hui, was born in Guilin, Guangxi, China. He became a General in the w:National Revolutionary Army, Chairman of the Chinese Muslim Association, and the Defence Minister of the Republic of China.
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- We must take advantage of the victory in the anti-Japanese War to win our war against the Communist bandits, once for all.
- As quoted in Image, perception, and the making of U.S.-China relations (1998) by Hongshan Li and Zhaohui Hong, p. 268 ISBN 0761811583
- This is because all my time is taken up by the war. You should keep in mind that there are times when the rifle is more important than the pen.
- Bai Chongxi cited in "China’s Muslim General" on Shanghai 1937, 26 February 2013