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General of the Right (along with General of the Left, Front and Rear) was usually picked based on abilities rather than family ties, and was directly subordinate to the central government.
- (archaic) General of the Right (army)
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- 2003, Yōhei Hara, 图解三国时代, p. 251 (in Mandarin, translated from Japanese), ISBN 9867881729: