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Lü Ju (died 256), style name Shiyi (世議), was a military general of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He was the second son of Lü Fan. When the Wei army invaded Wu's territory after the death of Sun Quan, Lü Ju went out to battle along with Dong Xing, under the command of Ding Feng. Lü Ju later committed suicide after being cornered by Sun Jun.
Appointments and titles held 
- Vice Army Colonel (副軍校尉)
- General of the Household Who Pacifies the Army (安軍中郎將)
- Lieutenant General (偏將軍)
- Colonel of Yue Cavalry (越騎校尉)
- General Who Rocks Wei (蕩魏將軍)
- Right Section Inspector to the Crown Prince (太子右部督)
- General on the Right (右將軍)
- General of Agile Cavalry (驃騎將軍)
See also 
- Chen Shou. Records of Three Kingdoms, Volume 56, Biography of Lü Fan.
- Chen Shou. Records of Three Kingdoms, Volume 47, Biography of Sun Quan.
- Chen Shou. Records of Three Kingdoms, Volume 48, Biographies of the three heirs.
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