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Loyal generals who were wrongly killed in Chinese history - Tan Daoji

Mar 27, 2013
Tan Daoji (died April 9, 436) was a respected general in the Southern Song Dynasty. Because of this, however, he was feared by Emperor Wen and even more so by Emperor Wen's brother, the prime minister Liu Yikang the Prince of Pengcheng, and during an illness of Emperor Wen, Liu Yikang had Tan arrested and executed on false accusations of treason.
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[From Guangming Daily]
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