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General Shen-Pao of Qing navy defending Taiwan during the Opium Wars

General Shen-Pao of Qing navy defending Taiwan during the Opium Wars

Jurchen or Jin Dynasty Warriors (founded by Manchu) (1125 CE - 1234 CE) - After a series of raids conducted all along Liao’s western frontiers, Aguda went on to a general attack, taking Liao subordinate capitals one by one, sometimes with help of native Chinese dynasty occupying the rest of China, Northern Song (960–1126). Aguda died before completing his conquest of Liao, but his successor Wuqimai, or Taizong (1075–1135), not only completed his task, but even began a massive invasion of…

Jurchen or Jin Dynasty Warriors (founded by Manchu) (1125 CE - 1234 CE) - After a series of raids conducted all along Liao’s western frontiers, Aguda went on to a general attack, taking Liao subordinate capitals one by one, sometimes with help of native Chinese dynasty occupying the rest of China, Northern Song (960–1126). Aguda died before completing his conquest of Liao, but his successor Wuqimai, or Taizong (1075–1135), not only completed his task, but even began a massive invasion of…

Qing officer directing the artillery crew during the Opium War

Qing officer directing the artillery crew during the Opium War

Reproduction of a Song Dynasty lamellar armour. This suit of armour is made by armourer 溫陳華 from China.

Reproduction of a Song Dynasty lamellar armour. This suit of armour is made by armourer 溫陳華 from China.

Manchu militia defending the coast during the Opium War

Manchu militia defending the coast during the Opium War

Chinese; Fengtien Troops 1925

Chinese; Fengtien Troops 1925

Manchu troops hauling canons during the Opium War

Manchu troops hauling canons during the Opium War

Ming Dynasty admiral Zheng He leading the Grand Fleet's expedition.

Ming Dynasty admiral Zheng He leading the Grand Fleet's expedition.

Qing Chinese navy in battle against the British, Opium War

Qing Chinese navy in battle against the British, Opium War

Battle of Chibi, Lord Zhou-Yu's fireships attaching Cao-Cao's navy, War of the Three Kingdoms.

Battle of Chibi, Lord Zhou-Yu's fireships attaching Cao-Cao's navy, War of the Three Kingdoms.

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