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In the battle of Changping, Zhao Guo lost 450,000 troops. How did he quickly restore his national strength in a short time?

In the battle of Changping, Zhao Guo lost 450,000 troops. How did he quickly restore the national strength in a short period of time? The following interesting historical editor will give you detailed answers.

The battle of Changping was the battle between Qin Guo and Zhao Guo against the National Games. The end was very tragic. Zhao Guo ’s 450,000 army was wiped out. Qin Guo also killed about 300,000 troops. The failure of Zhao Guo's campaign also heralded that no vassal Guo Neng could fight against Qin Guo. However, even though Zhao Guo lost 450,000 troops, he recovered some of his national strength in a short time. Qin Guo tried to destroy Zhao Guo while taking advantage of the situation, but ultimately failed. Zhao Guo also defeated Yan Guo by the way. Zhao Guo had dispatched almost all his troops before. Why can he build a new combat force in a short time?

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In 260 BC, the biggest battle of that time broke out on Chinese soil, which is the Changping War as we know it. Both sides of the battle took out all their homes. The final result was Qin's victory, and Zhao's 450,000 troops were annihilated . Zhao Guo lost very badly and his national strength was greatly diminished. At this time, everyone had an impression on Zhao Guodian that Zhao Guo was very weak. As long as someone comes to attack again, Zhao Guo will lose his country.

This is not the case. After the Changping battle, Zhao Guo defeated Qin Guo in Handan and successfully held Handan. And under the leadership of Lian Po , Zhao Guo also defeated Yan Guo. Yan Guo was finally forced to seek peace. To outsiders, it seems that the battle of Changping has no effect on Zhao Guo. So, what did Zhao Guo rely on to quickly restore national strength in a short time?

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The first is that Zhao Guo has more political centers. Zhao had three political centers at the time, which was different from other countries. It was for this reason that Zhao Guo quickly restored his national strength. Although Zhao Guo's domestic population plummeted at that time, adult men basically died. But that was only in Handan. In the other two centers, the loss was not significant, and there was no injury to the bones and bones. So after the battle of Changping, Zhao Guo was able to recover quickly with the help of the other two centers. But there are pros and cons to this approach. The disadvantage is that the power is scattered and easily broken. If Zhao Guo really put all his forces on the front line at that time, maybe he would not fail.

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Another point is related to Li Mu. When Li Mu defended the north against the Huns, he had a privilege to be self-sufficient. Find a way to get military expenses to feed your soldiers. At the same time, King Zhao gave Li Mu great privileges, that is, the local administration was also under the management of Li Mu, and all the taxes and taxes were under Li Mu's control. Because Zhao Guo's treasury did not have so much funds at the time, the king could only do so to reduce pressure on the treasury.

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However, Li Mu did a better job, relying on only part of the territory to support 150,000 troops. And the army is treated very well. It can be seen that Li Mu obtained huge financial resources at that time. Li Mu was not famous before the Changping battle. But after the war, Li Mu also fought against the Huns for some time. There is also a lot of wealth. So this wealth can be given to the central government.

In fact, Zhao Guo was really an unbeatable Xiaoqiang at the time. Although Zhao Guo lost, he did not suffer much. In turn, Qin Guo won, but did not take advantage.

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