4 edition of The Taiping Rebellion found in the catalog.
by East Gate Book
Written in English
|Contributions||Joshua A. Fogel (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||713|
chang, he finally yielded to his brother's desires and smoothed things over for , just before the capture of Nanking, when an imperial mandate ordered Li Hung-chang to go to Nanking, it was necessary for Tsêng to argue with his brother to accept the situation with good grace, and it was only Li's comprehension of the situation that really settled the question. Taiping Rebellion. The Qing Dynasty made extensive use of Western support in the closing stages of the rebellion, relying heavily on Western war materiel and even the direct participation of the British and French militaries during certain operations. These forces made a huge difference in the conflict and perhaps decided the war in the Qing’s.
In , when China’s devastating Taiping rebellion began, Zhang was seven years old. The Taiping rebel army occupied Shaoxing, his hometown, and for the next two years, he hid from Taiping soldiers, local bandits, and imperial troops and witnessed gruesome scenes of Price: $ Indeed, it is difficult to read Jonathan D. Spence's engrossing new book about Hong Xiuquan, the self-styled brother of Jesus and ringmaster of .
Taiping Rebellion Scene from the Taiping Rebellion to The Taiping Rebellion was a civil war in southern China waged against the ruling Manchu Qing by Hong Xiuquan, it is estimated that at least 20 million people died, mainly civilians, in one of . From to , the Qing Dynasty was threatened by the Taiping Rebellion, a movement led by Hong Xiuquan, which killed 20 million people and cost the Qing rulers millions of dollars to end.
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This Osprey book is a concise account of the military campaigns of the Taiping Rebellion that occurred in China the mid 19th century.
Ian Heath outlines the organization of the participants' military. The weak Qing armies The Taiping Rebellion book well-portrayed by their respective organizations; the Bannermen, the Army of the Green Standard and the Tuan Lien by: 1. Written by one of Japan' most popular modern authors, this is a lively, readable, and immensely entertaining fictional portrayal of one of the epochal events of the nineteenth century.3/5(2).
Based on rare oral data from women participants in the Mau Mau rebellion, this book chronicles changes in women's domestic reproduction, legal The Taiping Rebellion book, and gender roles that took place under colonial : Shunshin Chin.
Published inthis two-volume work is a passionate account of the momentous Taiping Rebellion ofwhich spread across southern China, involving the death of around 20 million people.
An English officer and supporter of the rebels, Augustus Frederick Lindley () actively fought for them and believed devotedly in their cause. The Taiping Rebellion. A gripping account of China’s nineteenth-century Taiping Rebellion, one of the largest civil wars in history.
Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom brims with unforgettable characters and vivid re-creations of massive and often gruesome battles—a sweeping yet intimate portrait of the conflict that shaped the fate of modern by: An enormous historical by a Japanese bestselling author renowned for such blockbusters as The Opium War, this telling the story of a mid–19th-century Chinese religious revolution that threatened to topple a repressive dynasty and establish a property-sharing society based on both Christian and Communist principles.
Chen energetically interweaves the lives of the fictional Lian. Taiping Rebellion, –64, revolt against the Ch'ing (Manchu) dynasty of China.
It was led by Hung Hsiu-ch'üan, a visionary from Guangdong who evolved a political creed and messianic religious ideology influenced by elements of Protestant Christianity.
His object was to found a new dynasty, the Taiping. The Taiping Rebellion: History and Documents () by Franz H. Michael and Chang Chongli (3 volumes) – 1 volume of history and 2 of documents on the Taiping, all in English. The 1st (History) volume is quite short but the Documents volumes are basically standard compendia of Taiping.
The Taiping Rebellion was a revolt against the Qing dynasty in China, fought with religious conviction over regional economic conditions, and lasting from to The Great Big Book.
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Twilight of a Nation 太平天國. Hong Kong TV series One day, in the yearit happened that a relative of Xiuquan, cousin Li Jingfang (李敬芳), in examining the contents of his book-case, fell upon the Christian tracts, entitled "Good words for exhorting the age.".
A major historical novel by one of Japan's most popular modern writers, The Taiping Rebellion vividly portrays one of the most compelling and horrifying stories of the nineteenth century, when a.
The Taiping Rebellion (–64) was in many respects the hinge between China's pre-modern and modern histories. Its gigantic human catastrophes in the interior formed a backdrop for early Sino-Western treaty relations along the coast, and, along with the treaty system itself, gave notice of the imminent collapse of China's traditional by: THE TAIPING REBELLION.
User Review - Kirkus. An enormous historical by a Japanese bestselling author renowned for such blockbusters as The Opium War, this telling the story of a midth-century 5/5(1).
This is Hong Xiuquan, the extremist Christian who orchestrated the biggest and most bloody civil war in history, the Taiping rebellion. It happened around the same time as the American civil war, and shared a lot of similarities. Hong Xiuquan The Taiping's had some previously unimaginable beliefs in China, like equality for men and women.
This book makes a major contribution to the study of the Taiping Rebellion and to our understanding of the ideology of both the rebels and the traditional imperial order they opposed. It will appeal to scholars in the fields of Chinese history, religion, and culture and of Christian theology and church history.
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Fogel. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 24 October Cited by: 2. Occupying much of imperial China’s Yangzi River heartland and costing more than twenty million lives, the Taiping Rebellion () was no ordinary peasa.Occupying much of Imperial China’s Yangzi River heartland and costing over twenty million lives, the Taiping Rebellion (–) was no ordinary peasant revolt.
What most distinguished this dramatic upheaval from earlier rebellions was the Taiping faith of the rebels.This book makes a major contribution to the study of the Taiping Rebellion and to our understanding of the ideology of both the rebels and the traditional imperial order they opposed.
It will appeal to scholars in the fields of Chinese history, religion, and culture and of Christian theology and church history.