Transition from Ming to Qing

Period of Chinese history (1618-1683)

Belligerents

Shun dynasty (Li Zicheng)

Xi dynasty (Zhang Xianzhong)

Kingdom of Shu (She-An Rebellion)

Evenk-Daur federation

Nanai HurkaCommanders and leaders

Qing conquest theory
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Qing conquest theory ... persecution of non-orthodox thought after the Transition from Ming to Qing in the seventeenth century caused the country to gradually stagnate and fall behind the...

Qing invasion of Joseon
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Qing invasion of Joseon ... response to Qing overtures and proposed an immediate invasion of Joseon, but the Qing emperor Hong Taiji chose to conduct a raid against Ming first. At...

Transitional porcelain
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Transitional porcelain ... principle ceramic production area, in the years during and after the transition from Ming to Qing. As with several previous changes of dynasty in China, this was...

Qing dynasty in Inner Asia
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Qing dynasty in Inner Asia ... Khanate (1687–1758). Even before the conquest of China proper (see Transition from Ming to Qing), the Manchus had established the Later Jin dynasty that controlled...

Han Chinese Eight Banners
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Han Chinese Eight Banners ... the Qing dynasty. Members of the Han Chinese Eight Banners were originally Han Chinese living in the Ming dynasty. During the transition from Ming to Qing...

Qing poetry
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Qing poetry ... the Qing dynasty, during which the debates, trends and widespread literacy of the Ming period began to flourish once again after a transitional period...

China–Mongolia relations
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China–Mongolia relations ... Northern Yuan raids into Ming territory and Ming raids into Northern Yuan territory. During the transition from Ming to Qing, the Northern Yuan monarch...

Revolt of the Three Feudatories
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Revolt of the Three Feudatories ... during the transition from Ming to Qing. The feudatories were supported by Zheng Jing's Kingdom of Tungning in Taiwan, which sent forces to invade Mainland...

Shunzhi Emperor
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Shunzhi Emperor ... the fallen Ming dynasty (1368–1644), chased Ming loyalist regimes deep into the southwestern provinces, and established the basis of Qing rule over China...

Battle of Shanhai Pass
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Battle of Shanhai Pass ... leading to the beginning of the Qing dynasty rule in China proper. There, Qing Prince-Regent Dorgon allied with former Ming general Wu Sangui to defeat...

Qing dynasty
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Chinese unification (disambiguation)
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Ming dynasty
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1644 in China
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Battles of Nanking
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Wu Sangui
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Late Ming peasant rebellions
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Porcelain trade in Qing China
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Oirats
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