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Madame Chiang died at 106
AFAR
10/27/2003



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[New York] Madame Chiang, a legendary Chinese woman married to Chiang Kai-chek, died peacefully in her New York City apartment at 106 years of age. She was widely considered one of the most influential figures in modern China. As a Christian educated at Weslley College, Madame Chiang helped Nationalist China win support from the U.S. during WWII and the Cold War.

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