Mao Anying

1922 - 1950

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Mao Anying (Chinese: 毛岸英; pinyin: Máo Ànyīng; 24 October 1922 – 25 November 1950) was the eldest son of Mao Zedong and Yang Kaihui. Educated in Moscow and a veteran of multiple wars, Mao was killed in action by an air strike during the Korean War. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mao Anying has received more than 607,321 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia. Mao Anying is the 4,607th most popular politician (down from 4,422nd in 2019), the 345th most popular biography from China (up from 349th in 2019) and the 214th most popular Politician.

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Among politicians, Mao Anying ranks 4,607 out of 15,577Before him are Victorinus, Margaret of Bavaria, Al-Muqanna, Taejodae of Goguryeo, Munmu of Silla, and Wilhelm Groener. After him are Perdiccas II of Macedon, Egica, Gabriel Bonnot de Mably, Charles III Philip, Elector Palatine, Fruela I of Asturias, and Wallace Fard Muhammad.

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Among people born in 1922, Mao Anying ranks 74Before him are Jake LaMotta, Denholm Elliott, María Casares, Luis Echeverría, Ralph H. Baer, and Ugo Tognazzi. After him are Roger Etchegaray, Enrico Berlinguer, Arthur Penn, Karl-Otto Apel, Annemarie Schimmel, and Elmer Bernstein. Among people deceased in 1950, Mao Anying ranks 39Before him are Emmanuel Mounier, Milada Horáková, Nikolai Myaskovsky, Werner Haase, Jan Smuts, and Grigory Kulik. After him are Constantin Carathéodory, Francesco Cilea, Melitta Bentz, Liane de Pougy, Emil Abderhalden, and Eliel Saarinen.

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Among people born in China, Mao Anying ranks 345 out of 1,392Before him are Su Song (1020), Zeng Guofan (1811), Ren Zhengfei (1944), Pang De (170), Emperor Zhaozong of Tang (867), and Shitao (1642). After him are Zhiyi (538), Emperor Muzong of Tang (795), Lu Yu (733), Dong Zhongshu (-179), Emperor Shun of Han (115), and Fuchai (-550).


Among politicians born in China, Mao Anying ranks 214Before him are Duke Huan of Qi (-800), Jia Xu (147), Yelü Chucai (1189), Duan Qirui (1865), Zeng Guofan (1811), and Emperor Zhaozong of Tang (867). After him are Emperor Muzong of Tang (795), Emperor Shun of Han (115), Fuchai (-550), Yuan Chonghuan (1584), Li Zongren (1890), and Emperor Xuanzong of Tang (810).