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Running title: The mandarin"s daughter.
|Other titles||The Mandarin"s daughter.|
|Statement||by Samuel Mossman ; with numerous illustrations|
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|Pagination||352 p. :|
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A gripping account of Chinas 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: of Great Peace (Taiping Tianguo Tianwang) and launched the Taiping Rebellion the following year.
The Taiping cause had sweeping appeal. Politically and economically the movement appealed to the climate of anti-Manchu rule and to destitute peasants. Quickly they managed to occupy a great deal of desirable land including Nanjing, the former. 3 Samuel Mossman, The Mandarin's Daughter:A Story oftheGreat Taiping Rebellion, andGordon's EverVictorious Army (London, ), p.
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Stephen R. Platt's Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom ( pages) is a scholarly work, but it can be read as a historical novel, it doesn't require in-depth knowledge of China or history and it has been received quite well.
Here is a review in The N. Brand new Book. The Taiping Rebellion, which is also known as the Taiping Civil War or the Taiping Revolution, was a massive rebellion or civil war that was waged in China from to between the established Qing dynasty and the theocratic Taiping Heavenly Kingdom.
Independently Published, United States, Paperback. THE MANDARIN'S DAUGHTER:A STORY OF THE GREAT TAIPING REBELLION Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Share to Twitter. Share to Facebook. Share to Reddit. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Addeddate Beijing City Wall (close to what Nanjing looked like in ) In short, the Taiping rebellion started in the far south of China, fairly close to Hong Kong by a man named Hong Xiuquan, who, while he showed great promise as a scholar, failed to pass the Imperial exam after numerous attempts and despite his decades making a modest living as a teacher of the Confucian ted Reading Time: 7 mins.
Book on Taiping Rebellion. If there are any China history buffs amongst you I highly recommend the excellent Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom by Stephen R. Platt. It describes the 19th century Taiping Rebellion: I didn't The great Taiping Rebellion book much about it before reading the book and was therefore surprised to discover it was the deadliest civil war in history.
The Taiping Rebellion Download or Read online The Taiping Rebellion 66 full in PDF, ePub and kindle. This book written by Ian Heath and published by Osprey Publishing which was released on 03 August with total pages Books on the Taiping Rebellion.
Resources for the study of the Taiping Rebellion. God's Chinese Son, The story of Hong Xiuquan. and the Taiping Rebellion.
God's Chinese Son is a stunning work of historical scholarship -- an equal mixture of solid documentation, cogent argument and. THE TAIPING REBELLION. The great Taiping Rebellion book 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 Chinese religious revolution that threatened to Read full review. 55(1). 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 Chinese religious revolution that threatened to.
The Taiping Rebellion by Heath, Ian and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Taiping Rebellion Part II. The Taiping Rebellion should have ended the Manchu rule over China in But it didnt. The Qing Dynasty held on to power, through no effort on its part.
Instead, the Qing retained power because other people helped it, specifically a Chinese official Zhen Goufan and the British ted Reading Time: 5 mins. The last great English-language history of the 19th-century Taiping Rebellion - one of the bloodiest uprisings the world has ever seen - was published in Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
This is the strange, compelling tale of the midth century Taiping Rebellion, a political-religious upheaval led by a Chinese visionary who believed himself commissioned by Christ to wage war on the. The Taiping Rebellion was a revolt against the Qing dynasty in China, fought with religious conviction over regional economic conditions, and lasting from The Great Big Book Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
The Taiping Rebellion and why it failed to overthrow the Qing Dynasty. The Taipings were also able to make great progress in the interior as the Manchus concentrated most of their forces against the invading British and French during the second Opium War of Karl Marx had published his manifesto inbut the proto-Communism of the Taipings comes from such ancient sources as the.
Book Review Written Janu The Qing Dynasty A Captivating Guide to the History of China's Last Empire Called the Great Qing, Including Events Such as the Fall of Beijing, Opium Wars, and Taiping Rebellion, By Captivating History Kindle Edition (Est.
96 Pages) This is a concise history of the Qing Dynasty, China's final great Empire5(31). The Taiping Rebellion was a grass-roots rebellion fought by ordinary peasants and not by trained armies. It had great influence on those taking part in the next Chinese Civil War () between the Nationalists and Communists when the Communists relied on the support of the rural poor people.
God's Chinese Son The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom of Hong Xiuquan. By Jonathan D. Spence. New York: W. Norton Company. Although the Taiping Rebellion precipitated one of the Estimated Reading Time: 10 mins. At the center of this history of China's Taiping rebellion () stands Hong Xiuquan, a failed student of Confucian doctrine who ascends to heaven in a dream and meets his heavenly family: God, Mary, and his older brother, Jesus.
He returns to earth charged to eradicate the "demon-devils," the alien Manchu rulers of China. It is interesting to observe how Europe's greatest revolutionary, Karl Marx (), thought about China's greatest revolution in the nineteenth century, the Taiping Rebellion ().
We might imagine that this relentless advocate for underclass interests might have cheered for the poor peasants of the Taiping Heavenly Army. But this was not the case. The Great Taiping Rebellion: A Story Of General Gordon In China (?)|Samuel Mossman, 21 years of progress on purpose: The history of the NAWCAS Guild|William H Miller, Making 70, a year as a self-employed manufacturer's representative|Leigh Silliphant, Steps to 10().
Taiping Books. There was a great emphasis by the Taipings in using publishing to spread their faith. Hong Xiuquan was very impressed with the Christian missionaries use of pamphlets and tracts and bookmakers were conscripted for use in the Heavenly Capital.
There were 44 official Taiping books published between and which were. A great read on the Taiping Rebellion is Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom. My own take after reading the book was that if it wasnt true, no one would believe it. Share this: Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window).
According to Matthew White's "The Great Big Book of Horrible Things," the Taiping Rebellion ranked as No. 8 in terms of the percentage of world. Taiping Rebellion, radical political and religious upheaval that was probably the most important event in China in the 19th century.
It lasted for some 14 years (64), ravaged 17 provinces, took an estimated 20 million lives, and irrevocably altered the Qing dynasty (12). The rebellion began under the leadership of Hong Xiuquan (64), a disappointed civil service.
The Taiping Rebellion () was a massive revolt in China from to between the established Manchu-led Qing dynasty and the Hakka-led Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. Between and numerous revolts against the central power, unable to resist the Western powers, took place all over China.
The Boxer Rebellion and the Great Game in China Book Review: The year isand Western empires-both old and new-are locked in regional entanglements across the globe. The British are losing a bitter war against the Boers while the German kaiser is busy building a vast new navy.
Causes And Results Of The Taiping Rebellion. Jason Bishop Prof. Nardini HIST A 6 April The Rise and Fall of the Heavenly Kingdom of Great Peace The Taiping Rebellion is the largest and bloodiest ever to take place in china, the rebellion lasted all the way from until It is estimated that over twenty million Chinese died resulting from this rebellion.
The Taiping Rebellion. Words7 Pages. Megan Yang. History-Dr. K When Hong Xiuquan converted to Christianity in and began preaching from village to village in southern China, little did he know that he had started a religious movement that, bywould have more than thirty-thousand members.
1 These members, who called themselves the. The 'unknown ' Taiping Rebellion. DiscussionQuestion. The Taiping Rebellion in China, from towas massive and caused around 20 million deaths. However, this event is rarely shown in any study- or textbooks.
I know that in order to teach history, they always have a. Beginning in the southernmost parts of China, The Great Taiping Rebellion arose due to the disgraces suffered during the Opium War and a crushing famine that occurred from to It was the southern region of China that suffered the gravest social effects from the opium trade and was the Qings weakest military hold.
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 China.
The story begins in the early s, the waning years of the Qing 45(5). The Taiping Rebellion is perhaps the most underrated event in human history. This book helps get the story out to a wider readership. The discussion of Hong's religious beliefs, a mixture of Christianity and his own personal odd opinions, is a fascinating study in the origin of a religious sect, making the book well worth the time to read for Cited by: Taiping Rebellion.
The Taiping Rebellion was a bloody civil war in China which took place in the 19th century being led by Hong Xiuquan against the Qings government. Xiuquan was a Christian convert who supposedly had a vision of God who asked him to wipe out the idols in the land.
He claimed to be the younger brother of Jesus and part of his. Such is the stage of David J. Silbey's thoughtful and concisely told "The Boxer Rebellion and the Great Game in China.
" The war that gives the book its title was the last of the West's repeated Estimated Reading Time: 40 secs. 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 [great. Granted, the Taiping Rebellion added to the carnage, but the bottom line is that people were hungry and did not have adequate food to survive (Scanlon ).
InKarl Sax was Professor of botany at Harvard University and published a public warning about the implications of overpopulation in the book. Taiping Rebellion from The Taiping Rebellion was a “radical political and religious upheaval that was the most important event in Chino in the 19th century.”.
And according to Britannica, it claimed at least 20 million lives. The Second Sino-Japanese War from to Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins.