Xu Yuanquan (徐源泉; Hsü Yüan-ch'üan; 1885–1960) was a Kuomintang general from Hubei. An eyewitness to the Wuchang Uprising, he was commander of the 48th Division of the Nationalist forces in 1930. In 1933 he was commanding the Tenth Army, stationed in Changsha, and he was involved in the opium trade.
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