Manchu Conquest[9]

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/14/10 Manchu Conquest Lecture Nine
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4/14/10 Manchu Dynasty 1644 – 1911 Qianlong Emperor (1711 -1799) reigned 1736 – 1796 20 million Manchus : 100 million Chinese China Proper: south of Great Wall
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4/14/10 Preparation Song Dynasty: Jin (Golden) state Jurchen people N.E. China Manchuria (modern) Ming dynasty Furs, horses, ginseng Nurhaci (b.1559)
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4/14/10 Building a Federation Warfare Alliances Marriage bonds Banner system White, Yellow, Blue, Red Bordered same Script (Writing System)
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4/14/10 Nurhaci (1559-1626) Long White Mountain Jurchen Tribute Mission (premodern mode of diplomacy) 1610 rejected Ming 1616 Khan of Jin (Golden) 1618 Liaodong
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4/14/10 Tactics “Even if you fight, you certainly will not win. If you do not fight, but surrender instead, I shall let you keep your former office and shall care benevolently for you. But if you fight, how can our arrows know who you are?”
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course HIS 219 taught by Professor Jackson,g during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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