|File:File:General Li Da.jpg|
|Deputy Chief of PLA General Staff|
21 October 1972 – 11 January 1980
|Born||April 19, 1905|
Mei County, Shaanxi, Qing Empire
|Died||July 12, 1993 (aged 88)|
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
|Allegiance||People's Republic of China|
|Service/branch||People's Liberation Army|
|Years of service||1930-1993|
|Commands||Fifth Army Group, Eight Route Army|
|Battles/wars||Encirclement Campaigns, Long March, 2nd Sino-Japanese War, Chinese Civil War|
Li Da (simplified Chinese: 李达; traditional Chinese: 李達; pinyin: Lǐ Dá; April 19, 1905 – July 12, 1993) was a general in the People's Liberation Army of China, former deputy of the PLA General Staff, as well as being an adviser to the Central Military Commission.
Xiao was born in Mei County, Shaanxi Province of China.
He joined the Sixth Army Group and participated the Encirclement Campaigns in 1930s. He joined the Communist Party of China in 1932 and participated in the Long March. He went to Jinggangshan and was recruited to the Red Fourth Army.
Between 1930-1933, he was appointed as first to command of the Third Army, and later Second Army Group, and later the Eighth Route Army, fighting in many battles consisting of the Nationalist Encirclement Campaigns till the Chinese Civil War. He died in Beijing on July 12, 1993.
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