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Xu Yuanquan (徐源泉; Hsü Yüan-ch'üan; 1885–1960) was a Kuomintang general from Hubei. An eyewitness to the Wuchang Uprising,[1] he was commander of the 48th Division of the Nationalist forces in 1930.[2] In 1933 he was commanding the Tenth Army, stationed in Changsha, and he was involved in the opium trade.[3]

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