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Demystified: Cao Cao really wrote a letter to intimidate Sun Quan before the Battle of the Chibi?

Today, the interesting history editor will bring you Cao Cao 's story, hoping to help everyone.

Forty-third time in "The Romance of the Three Kingdoms," Sun Quan received a scripture from Cao Cao, asking Sun Quan and Cao Cao to co-cut Liu Bei . This scripture caused a fierce debate within the Soochow, and the two parties could not argue. Later, Zhuge Liang and Sun Quan said that Cao Cao's next goal was Jiangdong, which strengthened Sun Quan's determination to resist. According to "Jianbiao Biography":

So, did Cao Cao threaten Sun Quan? What is his purpose?

First, Cao Cao did not write this letter, which was forged by Sun Quan and Liu Bei.

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If this is the case, Chen Shou should not have been recorded in the "Three Kingdoms", but this statement is completely unreasonable. "Three Kingdoms" itself is very simple. Another question is whether Chen Shou has covered up Cao Cao in this matter, just as Lu Boshe was killed, there are records everywhere, except that "Three Kingdoms" does not.

Second, Cao Cao wrote this letter to scare Sun Quan and asked him not to help Liu Bei.

Judging from the historical results, Cao Cao not only did not scare Sun Quan, but forced Sun Liu to form an alliance. Cao Cao has not thought about this situation, the answer is yes.

According to Biography of the Three Kingdoms · Cheng Yu , when Liu Bei ran to Sun Quan, Cao Cao's conspirators thought that Sun Quan would kill Liu Bei, only Cheng Yu said he would not. Judging from Cheng Yu's dialogue, Cao Ying once deduced whether Liu Bei would form an alliance with Sun Quan. In this case, Cao Cao also wrote this letter, showing that he may have really hoped that he would scare Sun Quan and not help Liu Bei.

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This is not without precedent. After the Guandu war, Cao Cao once stood still, and the brothers Yuan Yuan and Yuan Shang killed each other. This successful experience may make Cao Cao think that a tough threat to Sun Quan will also make Sun Quan and Liu Beiner coax.

Third, Cao Cao wanted Sun Quan to surrender or declare war. Cao Cao had no interest in whether Sun Quan gave up Liu Bei's alliance or not. He only had one meaning with Sun Quan, otherwise he would die. Zhuge Liang and Lu Su both looked very clearly. Even if Sun Quan surrendered Liu Bei's first rank, if he did not want to give up the Jiangdong site, Cao Cao would directly attack the army.

Cao Cao was too easy to beat Jingzhou. At this time, Cao Cao was proud and proud. At this time, Cao Cao not only couldn't listen to the advice of the general, but Liu Bei, who did not control his defeated soldiers, was even more concerned, let alone Sun Quan, who was only 27 years old.

The three points above are the most reasonable point. The capture of Jingzhou is the peak of Cao Cao's career. He originally wanted to take advantage of Jingzhou while Liu Biao passed away, but he did not expect Liu Ye to fall. The tentative attack turned into a victory, which completely caused Cao Cao to calm down, instead of marching cautiously in the past, but intended to eliminate Sun Quan and Liu Bei in the First World War.

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