Lin Biao (born 1889)

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Lin Biao (Chinese: 林彪; pinyin: Lín Biāo; 1889-?) was a politician, judge and lawyer in the Republic of China. He was an important person in the Wang Jingwei regime (Republic of China-Nanjing). His courtesy name was Liyuan (禮源). He was born in Xiangshan (Zhongshan), Guangdong.

Biography

First, Lin Biao went to study to Belgium, secondly he went to the United States, and graduated from University of Wisconsin. Then he went to Germany, and acquired Doctor of Laws, University of Würzburg. In 1923, he returned home, joined Sun Yat-sen's Guangzhou Militarist Government, and appointed to a secretary of the Generalissimo's office. He successively held the staff of the Legation to Germany, a lecturer of the Peking University, and a judge of the Shanghai Special Court. In 1928, Lin was appointed to a secretary of Judicial Yuan, and next April, was transferred to the acting Chief of the Jiangsu High Court. In 1934, he resigned it, and was an established lawyer in Suzhou.

In May 1940, Wang Jingwei regime was established, Lin Biao was appointed to the Chief of the Administrative Court. In 1945, he also held a member of the Committee for abolition of extraterritorial right.

After the Wang Jingwei regime had collapsed, the whereabouts of Lin Biao were unknown.

References

  • Xu Youchun (徐友春) (main ed.) (2007). Unabridged Biographical Dictionary of the Republic, Revised and Enlarged Version (民国人物大辞典 增订版). Hebei People's Press (Hebei Renmin Chubanshe; 河北人民出版社). ISBN 978-7-202-03014-1. 
  • Liu Shoulin (刘寿林) (etc.ed.) (1995). The Chronological Table of the Republic's Officer (民国职官年表). Zhonghua Book Company. ISBN 7-101-01320-1. 
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