Cohen, Morris (Moishe) Abraham (Two-Gun Cohen)
- (1887–1970)Military adviser to Chiang Kaishek. A London Cockney, Cohen worked in the Chinese quarter of Edmonton, Alberta, and became a friend of the Chinese Communist leader Sun Yat-sen in exile. Cohen joined him in China in 1922 and, with the rank of general, helped reorganize the Kuomintang army. He fought against the Japanese invaders and Communist rebels. After World War II he settled in Manchester, England.
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Cohen, Morris (Moishe) Abraham (Two Gun Cohen) — (1887 1970) Military adviser to Chiang Kai shek. A Londoner, he worked in the Chinese quarter of Edmonton, Alberta, and became a friend of the Chinese communist leader, Sun Yat sen in exile. He joined him in China in 1922, and helped… … Dictionary of Jewish Biography
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