The Ming Empire (1368-1644)
The Ming Empire is the last dynasty ruled by Han people in Chinese history, founded by Zhu Yuanzhang.
On a night of 1644, the dynasty ended when peasant rebellion from the south led to the Great Wall gates being opened to the Manchurians, who initiated the Qing Dynasty. This is an era full of frequent and unpredicted changes with many heroes and talents springing up at the same time. This is also an era full of endless imagination and regrets with many tales about unyielding national integrity lingering on.
Da shun (1644-1645)
Da shun is a peasant regime founded by Li Zicheng in late Ming Dynasty.
At the end of Ming Dynasty, as natural and man-made disasters were continually occurring in the northern areas and conflicts between classes became increasingly acute, a peasant uprising broke out in 1627. In 1633, Li Zicheng joined Gao Yingxiang. After that the troops led by Da Shun regime evaded He Nan, occupied Luoyang , attacked Kaifeng, conquered Xiangyang, evaded Tongguan, entered Xi’an, captured Taiyuan and finally attacked Beijing in March 1644. The army was sweeping forward from victory to victory and ended the national regime of the Ming Dynasty.
Later Jin Dynasty (1616-1636)
Later Jin Dynasty is a regime founded by the Jurchen in the northeastern areas of China at the end of Ming Dynasty.
At the end of the Ming Dynasty, the domestic and foreign conflicts intensified. In 1583, Nurhaci was appointed as the commanding envoy of Jianzhou Zuowei. In 1616, Nurhachi proclaimed himself the khan of the federation of the Jurchens and founded the empire named Jin. Three years later (in 1618), Nurhachi raised an army to fight against the Ming empire in the name of seven allegations and eventually conquered it.
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