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Lü Xiang

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Lü Xiang

Lü Xiang
Traditional Chinese 呂翔
Simplified Chinese 吕翔

Lü Xiang was a military general serving under the warlord Yuan Shao during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. He was the brother of Lü Kuang, who also served under Yuan Shao. The brothers surrendered to Cao Cao after Yuan Shao's death. They joined Cao Cao's general Cao Ren in attacking the warlord Liu Bei at Xinye but were defeated. Lü Xiang was slain by Zhang Fei in that battle.

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