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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The conquest of Shu Han by Cao Wei () was a military campaign launched by Cao Wei of the Three Kingdoms against the rival state Shu Han in 263, culminating in the destruction of Shu Han and the tripartite equilibrium maintained in China for over forty years. The conquest signified the beginning of a Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The conquest of Shu Han by Cao Wei () was a military campaign launched by Cao Wei of the Three Kingdoms against the rival state Shu Han in 263, culminating in the destruction of Shu Han and the tripartite equilibrium maintained in China for over forty years. The conquest signified the beginning of a reunified China that had been fragmented since the end of the Han Dynasty. When the Han Dynasty fell into decline roughly around 190, the warlords came into power and began warring with each other for supremacy over their territories. Despite the successes of the powerful warlord Cao Cao in unifying northern China in the name of Han, his advances to the south were stopped at the Battle of Red Cliffs by the forces of Liu Bei and Sun Quan. The battle ensured the survival of the victorious forces, which went on to become two of the contending states of the Three Kingdoms: Shu Han in the southwest and Eastern Wu in the southeast, while Cao Cao still had control of the north. In 220 when Cao Cao died, his son Cao Pi forced Emperor Xian of Han to abdicate, ending the 400-year old dynasty, and proclaimed himself to be the emperor of Cao Wei. With the later establishments of Shu Han and Eastern Wu, China was officially divided into three. Among the three contending states, Cao Wei was the dominant military power in terms of economic resources, manpower, and geographic size. Noting this, Shu Han Chancellor Zhuge Liang allied Shu Han with Eastern Wu to counter Cao Wei's supremacy, and began a series of ill-fated attempts to capture the Wei capital from 228 until his death in 234. Zhuge Liang's protege Jiang Wei had his own Northern Expeditions from 247 to 262. Jiang's attempts were even less successful than those of Zhuge Liang, and were criticized by bot. More: Books, , Campaigns-Of-The-Three-Kingdoms~~Books-Llc, 999999999, Campaigns Of The Three Kingdoms, Books Llc, 1156278368, General Books LLC, , , , , General Books LLC

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The conquest of Shu Han by Cao Wei () was a military campaign launched by Cao Wei of the Three Kingdoms against the rival state Shu Han in 263, culminating in the destruction of Shu Han and the tripartite equilibrium maintained in China for over forty years. The conquest signified the beginning of a Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The conquest of Shu Han by Cao Wei () was a military campaign launched by Cao Wei of the Three Kingdoms against the rival state Shu Han in 263, culminating in the destruction of Shu Han and the tripartite equilibrium maintained in China for over forty years. The conquest signified the beginning of a reunified China that had been fragmented since the end of the Han Dynasty. When the Han Dynasty fell into decline roughly around 190, the warlords came into power and began warring with each other for supremacy over their territories. Despite the successes of the powerful warlord Cao Cao in unifying northern China in the name of Han, his advances to the south were stopped at the Battle of Red Cliffs by the forces of Liu Bei and Sun Quan. The battle ensured the survival of the victorious forces, which went on to become two of the contending states of the Three Kingdoms: Shu Han in the southwest and Eastern Wu in the southeast, while Cao Cao still had control of the north. In 220 when Cao Cao died, his son Cao Pi forced Emperor Xian of Han to abdicate, ending the 400-year old dynasty, and proclaimed himself to be the emperor of Cao Wei. With the later establishments of Shu Han and Eastern Wu, China was officially divided into three. Among the three contending states, Cao Wei was the dominant military power in terms of economic resources, manpower, and geographic size. Noting this, Shu Han Chancellor Zhuge Liang allied Shu Han with Eastern Wu to counter Cao Wei's supremacy, and began a series of ill-fated attempts to capture the Wei capital from 228 until his death in 234. Zhuge Liang's protege Jiang Wei had his own Northern Expeditions from 247 to 262. Jiang's attempts were even less successful than those of Zhuge Liang, and were criticized by bot. More: Books, , Campaigns-Of-The-Three-Kingdoms~~Books-Llc, , , , , , , , , , General Books LLC

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781156278369
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1156278368
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: LIFE JOURNEY
32 Pages
Weight: 0,059 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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