Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. WU Huawen was a military commander during the Second Sino-Japanese War and the Chinese Civil War. DUring his career, he switched his allegiance several times, first from the Kuomintang to the Wang Jingwei regime, a Japanese puppet government, then back to the Kuomintang, and finally to the communist People''s Liberation Army. IN 1928, Wu Huawen became Head of Training Department, Luoyang Junior Military Officer School of the North-western Army. AFter that came appointments as Chief of Staff and commanding officer of the Reconnaisence Regiment in the 25th Division of the 2nd Army Group (1928-1930), Deputy Head of the Higher Training Corps of the 3rd Route Army (1930-1931), commanding officer of the pistol brigade, 3rd Route Army (1931-1938), commanding officer of the 28th Independent Brigade, 3rd Route Army (1938-1939), and general officer commanding the 4th New Division (1939-1943).