The Manchu Great Enterprise

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The Manchu Great Enterprise 18 sons procfecy moved through Juroung pass without a fight Ming has lost power Li Zicheng A laid of post-station groom launches peasant rebellion against the Ming from his power base in Shaaxi in 1639; succeeds in taking the capital in Bejing upopposed in 1644; establishes short lived Shun dynasty’ eventually defeated by the former ming general Wu Sangui and Manchu troops. . Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Last imperial dynasty, ruled by the Manchus, a tribal people whose homeland lies to the northeast of Ming China, consider themselves the successors to the Jurchen Jin dynasty North China – area beyond great wall Mongols + Manchuria in northeast Mongols under the Ming 1368 – Mongols expelled. Early Ming, at great expense, set up armies and defense systems to brace against threats in the northern frontier. 1400s – fell back to great wall, fortified with forts. Never really knew when the Mongols would attack, happened.
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