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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Eng.], New York .
Written in English

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  • China

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  • China -- History -- Taiping Rebellion, 1850-1864

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Edition Notes

Statement[translated and edited by] C. A. Curwen.
SeriesCambridge studies in Chinese history, literature and institutions
ContributionsCurwen, Charles Anthony, 1925-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS759 .L5513
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 357 p. :
Number of Pages357
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4880108M
ISBN 100521210828
LC Control Number76008292

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  The Taiping Rebellion was a revolt against the Qing dynasty in China, fought with religious conviction over regional economic conditions, and lasting from to . Li Hsiu-ch'eng - the Loyal Prince - was the most important military leader on the rebel side during the last years of the Taiping Rebellion in China (). The Taiping Rebellion has been called the greatest popular revolt in modern history, and it came remarkably close to toppling the Ch'ing empire some fifty years before it was finally. The subject of this study is the Taiping Rebellion, a nineteenth-century Chinese uprising, and the religious creed that animated it. Over the thirteen-year course of the insurrection, from to , twenty million people lost their lives, and Qing imperial and Taiping rebel armies fought in and over almost every province of the Chinese empire.   The Taiping Rebellion book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Written by one of Japan' most popular modern authors, this is a live 3/5(2).

The World of a Tiny Insect | "From the cry of a tiny insect, one can hear the sound of a vast world"So begins Zhang Daye's preface to The World of a Tiny Insect, his haunting memoir of war and its aftermath. In , when China's devastating Taiping rebellion began, Zhang was seven years old. Taiping Rebels. Hong Xiuquan. 洪秀全 (Drawing from the book History of the insurrection in China. by Joseph-Marie Callery ) How to pronounce Hong Xiuquan (Hung Hsiu-chuan) Leader of the Taiping Movement. A Hakka born in Guangdong. There were still several hundred thousand Taiping rebel troops continuing the fight, with more than a quarter-million Taiping rebels fighting in the border regions of Jiangxi and Fujian alone. It was not until August that the last Taiping rebel army led by Shi Dakai 's commander, Li Fuzhong (李福忠), was completely wiped out by. 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 quasi-religious and social movement attempted to overthrow the Qing dynasty at a cost of millions of lives. Using actual historical figures as characters (Hong Xiuquan, Feng Yunshan, Hu Linyi, Zuo.