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History of China
... became unified under a large kingdom or empire. Successive dynasties developed systems of bureaucratic control ... philosophy, while very effective for expanding the empire in a military fashion, proved unworkable for ... ensure a viable trading system throughout the empire. Han Dynasty: A period of prosperity Main ... Wudi 漢武帝) consolidated and extended the Chinese empire by pushing back the Xiongnu (匈奴)(sometimes ... Dynasty Main article: Yuan Dynasty The Jin Empire was defeated by the Mongols, who ...
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Has not had the country to tabulate   (translated from Chinese)
... League Card (Akkad) Macedonia empire( big Alexander empire) (Empire of Alexander the Great) Asia states(Assyria ... Dacia) Iraq holds Lu Liya(Etruria) Egypt empire (Egyptian Empire) Greece(Hellenic) city-state as well as ... Egypt ) Fills west the colored glaze the empire(Seleucid, rule Asia ), An Tike dynasty( ...
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Japanese Secret Intelligence Services
... their efforts in support of the Japanese Empire. They organized Manchurian guerrillas against the Russians ... Tai was to fan out across the empire, fomenting unrest as far away as the ... liaised with the Manchukuo military police, the Manchu intelligence service, regular Manchu police , Manchu 'Residents' committees, local Nationalist Manchu Parties ...
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Xinjiang
... and Kashmir. "Xinjiang" or "Ice Jecen" in Manchu, literally means "New Frontier", a name given during the Manchu Qing Dynasty in China. The name is ... of northern China under the Northern Wei empire, its protectorate controlled what is now the ... the Rouran and established a vast Turk Empire , stretching over most of Central Asia past ... period. In 1132, remnants of the Khitan Empire from Manchuria entered Xinjiang, fleeing the ...
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History of Central Asia
... met with only mixed success. The Median Empire and Achaemenid Empire both ruled parts of Central Asia. Chinese ... of his territory fell to the Seleucid Empire during the Wars of the Diadochi. In ... BC, the Central Asian portion of the empire (Bactria) seceded as the Greco-Bactrian Kingdom ... Later, external powers such as the Parthian Empire and Sassanid Empire would come to ...
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Qianlong Emperor
... note: Names given in Chinese, then in Manchu (full posthumous name in Chinese only).———General ... 1799) was the fifth emperor of the Manchu Qing Dynasty, and the fourth Qing emperor ... was actually a Han and not of Manchu descent, whilst there were some that say Hongli is only half Manchu and half Han Chinese descent. Nevertheless, looking ... Qing Court and Hongli became the 4th Manchu Emperor of China. He took the ...
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Talk:Irredentism
... been subject to political claims by the Manchu Empire and its various political heirs, it's ... shared suzerainty, with the Dalai Lama above Manchu Emperor on spiritual matters, the Manchu Emperor theoretically suzerain in temporal matters; much ... relationship between the Qing Emperor - "the hated Manchu" - and the Dalai Lama as the ...
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Manchukuo
... as a puppet state founded by the Empire of Japan. History Inner Manchuria came under ... on February 18, 1932 as the Great Manchu State (Manchukuo, in pinyin, 'Manzhouguo'). The city ... Puyi, the last Chinese emperor of the Manchu Qing Dynasty, as chief executive in 1932 ... and Virtue". Manchukuo thus became the "Great Manchu Empire". Zheng Xiaoxu served as Manchukuo's ...
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Table of Chinese monarchs
... years Convention: use personal name Han Zhao Empire 304-329 AD (addressed separately in traditional texts as Han Empire and Former Zhao Empire) Han Empire 304-318 Gao Zu (高祖 gao1 zu3 ... 漢昌 han4 chang1) 318 Qian (Former) Zhao Empire 318-329 Did not exist Hou ...
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Economy of Manchukuo
... or other, generally mountainous parts of the Empire of Japan. The country was primarily agricultural ... lumberjacks began to work there; during the Manchu imperial times the total volume of cut ... Nuts and pears. Soy bean and Kaoliang Manchu Region precipitation: 25 in (635 mm) Growning ... 80 188 177 In Chientao or Yenki Manchu district the Korean Colony dedicated to rice ... radish, thyme, ricine, etc. In Amur land (Manchu side) was collected much honey (1, ...
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