Acting Military Governor

Some articles on acting military governor, military governor:

Liu Pi (official) - As Acting Military Governor and Rebel
... In fall 805, Wei Gao died, and Liu Pi claimed the title of acting military governor ... Yuan Zi as the comforter of the three circuits, and then as military governor of Xichuan ... strength to overpower Liu at this point, he formally made Liu the deputy military governor and acting military governor ...
Emperor Taizu Of Later Liang - Xuanwu Governor - Seizure of Tianping and Taining
... went through, Li Cunxin angered Weibo's military governor Luo Hongxin by pillaging the people of Weibo further, Zhu Quanzhong wrote Luo and warned Luo that he believed ... He made Ge the acting military governor of Taining, Zhu Youyu the acting military governor of Tianping, and Pang the acting military governor of Wuning (i.e ...
Wang Jian (Former Shu) - As Military Governor of Xichuan - Campaign Against Dongchuan
... and Gu Yanhui succeeded Gu Yanlang as the acting military governor of Dongchuan ... Zhaozong was ready to commission Gu Yanhui as the full military governor, but Yang Shouliang reacted by sending his brother Yang Shouhou (楊守厚) to attack Dongchuan, trying to take it over ... Meanwhile, in 893, Gu entered into an alliance with Li Maozhen the military governor of Fengxiang Circuit, and Li Maozhen sent troops to aid Gu ...

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