Great Wall of China - Building the Great Wall
The thousands of kilometers of Ming Dynasty walls are the expression of a self-sufficient culture. Building the Great Wall : SUN MAY 4 9P et/pt : http://chan...
Great Wall of China
The thousands of kilometers of Ming Dynasty walls are the expression of a self-sufficient culture. Building the Great Wall : SUN MAY 4 9P et/pt : http://chan...
Ming–Turpan conflict
The Ming–Turpan conflict were a series of conflicts between the Ming Dynasty and Kingdom of Turpan that erupted due to disputes over borders, trade and internal succession to the throne of Turpan.
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Tumu Crisis
115°36′E / 40.383°N 115.600°E / 40.383; 115.600The Tumu Crisis (simplified Chinese: 土木之变; traditional Chinese: 土木之變; Mongolian: Тумугийн тулалдаан); also called t...
Battle of Shanhai Pass
The Battle of Shanhai Pass, fought on 27 May 1644 at Shanhaiguan (山海關) at the eastern end of the Great Wall of China, was a decisive battle leading to the formation of the Qing dynasty in China. There...
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Battle of Nanyang
The Battle of Nanyang took place in 1641 and 1642 in Nanyang, an important city in Henan Province. This city is an ancient original place of the Silk Road. At the end of Ming Dynasty, many battles too...
Ming–Kotte War
The Ming–Kotte War was a military conflict between the expeditionary forces of the Chinese Ming empire with the Sinhalese Kotte kingdom, located in the southern territories of present-day Sri Lanka. T...
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Miao Rebellions (Ming dynasty)
The Miao Rebellions (Ming Dynasty) were a series of rebellions of the Miao and other aboriginal tribes of southern China. The Ming Dynasty crushed the rebels with overwhelming force. Later in the Qing...
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Badaling
116°00′25″E / 40.35417°N 116.00694°E / 40.35417; 116.00694Badaling (simplified Chinese: 八达岭; traditional Chinese: 八達嶺; pinyin: Bādálǐng) is the site of the most vi...
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Fourth Chinese domination of Vietnam
The fourth Chinese domination was a period of the history of Vietnam, from 1407 to 1427 during which the country was ruled by Ming dynasty administrators. It was the result of the conquest of the regi...
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Battle of Liaoluo Bay
The Battle of Liaoluo Bay (Chinese: 料羅灣海戰; pinyin: Liàoluó Wān Hǎizhàn) took place in 1633 off the coast of Fujian. It involved the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and the Chinese Ming dynasty'...
Jiayuguan (pass)
Jiayu Pass or  Jiayuguan  (simplified Chinese: 嘉峪关; traditional Chinese: 嘉峪關; pinyin: Jiāyù Guān; literally: "Excellent Valley Pass") is the first pass at the west end of the...
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Mutianyu
116°33′42.84″E / 40.4380167°N 116.5619000°E / 40.4380167; 116.5619000Mutianyu (Chinese: 慕田峪; pinyin: Mùtiányù) is a section of the Great Wall of China located in Huair...
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Siege of Fort Zeelandia
The Siege of Fort Zeelandia (Chinese: 鄭成功攻臺之役; pinyin: Zhèng Chénggōng gōng tái zhī yì; literally: "Koxinga's Invasion of Taiwan"), which took place in 1661 and 1662, ended the Dutch East ...
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Nurgan Regional Military Commission
The Nurgan Regional Military Commission (Chinese: 奴兒干都指揮使司; pinyin: Nú'érgān dūzhǐhuī shǐsī) was a Chinese administrative seat established during the Ming Dynasty, located on the banks of the ...
Meng Tian
Meng Tian (died 210 BC) was a general of the Qin dynasty who distinguished himself in campaigns against the Xiongnu and in the construction of the Great Wall of China. He was the elder brother of Meng...
Huanghuacheng
Huanghuacheng (Chinese: 黄花城; Pinyin: Huánghuāchéng) is a village in Jiuduhe, Huairou District, Beijing, the north of China bordering onto the Great wall of China. The town is famous for having severa...
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Defense of the Great Wall
The Defense of the Great Wall (simplified Chinese: 长城抗战; traditional Chinese: 長城抗戰; pinyin: Chángchéng Kàngzhàn) (January 1, 1933 – May 31, 1933) was a campaign between the armies of Repub...
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Rebellion of Cao Qin
The Rebellion of Cao Qin (simplified Chinese: 曹石之变; traditional Chinese: 曹石之變; pinyin: Cáoshí Zhī Biàn) was a day-long uprising in the Ming Dynasty capital of Beijing on August 7, 146...
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Battle of Ningyuan
The Battle of Ningyuan (simplified Chinese: 宁远之战; traditional Chinese: 寧遠之戰; pinyin: Níngyuǎn Zhī Zhàn) was a battle between the Ming Dynasty and the Manchu Later Jin in 1626. The Ming won...
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First Battle of Tamao
The Battle of Tunmen (Chinese: 屯門海戰) was a naval battle in which the Ming dynasty imperial navy defeated a Portuguese fleet led by Simão de Andrade in 1521.
Simão de Andrade had been kidnappin...
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Battle of Sarhu
The Battle of Sarhū (薩爾滸之戰, Sà'ěrhǔ zhī zhàn) refers to the series of conflicts between the Manchus and Ming Dynasty of China in the winter of year 1619, which ended in the overwhelming victory for th...
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Prince of Anhua rebellion
The Prince of Anhua rebellion or Prince Anhua uprising was a rebellion by Zhu Zhifan, the Prince of Anhua and member of the Zhu royal family, against the reign of the Zhengde Emperor from 12 May 1510 ...
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Lady Meng Jiang
Lady Meng Jiang or Meng Jiang Nü (Chinese: 孟姜女; pinyin: Mèng Jiāng Nǚ), is a Chinese tale, with many variations. Later versions are set in the Qin dynasty, when Lady Meng Jiang's husband was p...
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Battle of Lake Poyang
The naval battle of Lake Poyang (鄱陽湖之戰) took place 30 August – 4 October 1363 and was one of the final battles fought in the fall of China's Mongol-led Yuan Dynasty. There were at this time a number ...
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Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–98)
The Japanese invasions of Korea comprised two separate yet linked operations: an initial invasion in 1592, a brief truce in 1596, and a second invasion in 1597. The conflict ended in 1598 with the wit...
Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–98) - Wikipedia