[Nanjing]. 汽车三十二团政治处.[Qi che san shi er tuan zheng zhi chu]. March1953. Stock ID #169762
Two 1950s Chinese personal file cards of two Chinese PLA officers, original black and white ID photos in military uniforms laid down upper right corner with official seal on the photo, the card has been neatly handwritten in ink by an officer from the Political Section of no. 32 Vehicle Regiment, two binder holes left margin, loss at upper right corner of one photo, overall in very good condition. Text in Chinese. 16.3 x 24.7cm. Officer 李秀峰 [Li Xiufeng], former name 李建才 [Li Jiancai], archival file no. 0704. He was 25 years old when he filed his personal information on 10th March 1953. Li served as a corporal at the no. 3 Battalion no. 7 Company of no. 32 Vehicle Regiment. A detailed personal background check shows that Li came from a wealthy farmer family in Shandong Province and well educated prior to his joining the army in August 1950. He studied at Jinan Normal College as a qualified radio communications officer. His background and security check appears to have been without a problem. Documents submitted were verified. His three school mates' information were also documented. Interesting, one of them were former Nationalist, but worked at Jinan Telecommunication Bureau at that time.
Officer 熊烈雲 [Xiong Lieyun], former name 熊烈元 [Xiong Lieyuan], archival file no. 1003. He was 22 at that time with six fingers and tall as his physical characteristics. Xiong served as a corporal at the Maintenance Company of no. 32 Vehicle Regiment. A detailed personal background check shows that Xiong came from a middle peasant family in Anhui Province and he was a junior high school graduate. He had been proactive and well behaved since joining the army in 1949. His older brother 熊烈荣 [Xiong Lierong], was a Nationalist, and at the time of the card being issued worked at the no. 1 Vehicle Regiment. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 169762).
Price: $280.00 AU