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Wei State (403 BC-225 BC), one of the prince states of the Zhou Dynasty , is also one of the Seven Heroes of the Warring States Period . Ji surname , Wei's . In 403 BC, Wei Wenhou was enlisted by Zhou Weilie as king, he was named king in 344 BC, and was destroyed by the Qin country in 225 BC, for a total of 179 years. The territory includes the southwestern part of the mountain, the north-central part of Henan, the western part of Shaanxi, and the southern part of Hebei. At that time, it was adjacent to the Qin Kingdom in the west, adjacent to the Qi and Song Kingdoms in the east across the Huai River, and Lishui River. The southwest bordered on South Korea with a border, and the border was bordered by the Chu Kingdom in the south and Zhao Kingdom in the north. The capital of the Wei Kingdom was Anyi (now Xia County , Shanxi Province). In 364 BC, King Wei Hui moved the capital from Anyi (now Kaifeng, Henan), and then Wei was called Liang Kingdom.

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Wei Kingdom-One of the Seven Heroes in the Warring States Period

One of the Seven Heroes in the Warring States Period: The Development History of Wei State

Wei State (403 BC-225 BC), one of the prince states of the Zhou Dynasty , is also one of the Seven Heroes of the Warring States Period . Ji surname , Wei's . In 403 BC, Wei Wenhou was enlisted by Zhou Weilie as king, he was named king in 344 BC, and was destroyed by the Qin country in 225 BC, for a total of 179 years. The territory includes the southwestern part of the mountain, the north-central part of Henan, the western part of Shaanxi, and the southern part of Hebei. At that time, it was adjacent to the Qin Kingdom in the west, adjacent to the Qi and Song Kingdoms in the east across the Huai River, and Lishui River. The southwest bordered on South Korea with a border, and the border was bordered by the Chu Kingdom in the south. The capital of the Wei Kingdom was Anyi (now Xia County , Shanxi Province). In 364 BC, King Wei Hui moved the capital from Anyi (now Kaifeng, Henan), and then Wei was called Liang Kingdom.

In 453 BC, Zhao Xiangzi, Wei Xunzi, and Han Kangzi were divided into three families . In 403 BC, Wei and Zhao and Han were officially named princes by the surviving Zhou Tianzi. Because Wei Guo was in the middle of the Fourth World War , the troubled environment and ambitiousness made Wei Wenhou the earliest monarch in the Warring States to carry out reforms. He used Zhai Jun as a phase to reform the malpractices of politics; he used Le Yang as a general to attack the Zhongshan kingdom ; Li Zhi changed the law, taught the scriptures, and governed the country according to law, and the Wei country showed flourishing vigor.

In the history of the Warring States period of more than 250 years, Wei was the first country to become strong and dominate the country. In 334 BC, King Wei Hui and King Qi Wei each other recognized each other as kings in Xuzhou, and they were called "Xuzhou Xiangwang". But in the later wars, the Wei State "lost to the east in the east, lost more than 700 miles to the west, and insulted the south to Chu" and began to decline. It was passed to the Wei Dynasty and was destroyed by the Qin State in the 22nd year of Qin Shihuang (225 BC).

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The first ancestor of Wei Kingdom was Bi Gonggao (the fifteenth son of King Zhou Wen). After King Wu of the Zhou Dynasty fell, Bi Gao was sealed in Bi, and his descendants therefore adopted Bi as the clan. After Bi Guo's death, Bi Gonggao entered Jin. Jinxian Gong was conferred on the land of Wei for the ancestor of the Wei family. Later generations were Jin Qing. After the death of Jin Xiangong, the four sons fought for the position. After the time of Bi Wan, Wei Wei followed the son's ears to exile. Nineteen years later, Chong'er returned to the state as Jin Wengong , and made Wei Wei a doctor, Wei Wuzi , and Wei Jianqiang.

In 453 BC, the battle of Jinyang took place. Wei Xunzi and Han Kangzi were originally Zhibo's side. However, they defeated Zhibo together with the Zhao family and divided up all their territories. From then on, Zhao, Wei and Han Sanqing dominated the kingdom. Wei, Han, and Zhao defeated the Zhi Family and divided them into three places. At this point, the Jin State has actually been divided up by three families and has survived .

In 403 BC, King Chou Weilie was twenty-three years old. Chou Weilie was named a vassal by three doctors, Weiss, Zhao Ji, and Han Qian. At this time, Jin was left with only two cities: Qicheng and Quwo. Jin ".

In 376 BC, Han, Zhao, and Wei abolished Jin Jinggong, and the Jin Kingdom finally died. The territory of Wei is very scattered. Those in Shaanxi Province today have the southern part of Hancheng County along the Yellow River. To the south of the Weihe River is Huayin County. Those in present-day Shanxi Province have the southwest and extend into the southeast. Those in the present Henan Province include the northern part, and also the part along the river south of the Yellow River. Those in today's Hebei Province have today's name, Guanghejiandi. And there is now Guanxian County, Shandong Province.

In 430 BC, in order to change the map and become a powerful figure, Wei Wenhou moved the capital from Anyi to Lushui (now Wei County, Hebei).

In 361 BC, King Wei Hui moved the capital from Wei County (now Kaifeng, Henan).

In the Seven Warring States Period of the Warring States Period, Wei Wenhou first carried out reforms, reformed politics, rewarded farming wars, built water conservancy, developed feudal economy, and destroyed the Zhongshan Kingdom in the north (now Pingshan and Lingshou in western Hebei). Taking the west to the Qinxi River (now between the Yellow River and Luoshui), it became the most powerful country in the early days of the Warring States Period. In particular, during the period of Wen Hou, Wu Qi was adopted, martial arts system was adopted, soldiers were selected for training, and a highly professional military force was established, which played an important role in the strength of Wei in the early days.

Wei Wenhou used Li Zhe, Wu Qi, Le Yang, Ximen Leopard, Zi Xia, Zhai Jun, Wei Cheng, and others to make the country rich and powerful, restrain Zhao, destroy Zhongshan, defeat Qin, Qi, and Chu countries in a row, and open up a large territory. Make Wei Guo become the hegemon of Central Plains.

Wei Wenhou appointed Li Wei to preside over Wei ’s reform work and legal system construction, which has affected Chinese politics for two thousand years. The reforms of Qin Guoxian, Xiaogong, and Shang Yang were all based on Wei. As a teacher, Wei Wenhou Bai Zixia raised the status of Confucianism to an unprecedented level, and achieved the political purpose of collecting scholars' hearts. Wei Wenhou's political, economic, cultural, and military strategies were admired by subsequent emperors. Wei Wenhou's experience in governance is a classic sample of the Chinese Empire .

After the death of Wei Wenhou, his son Wei Wuhou came to power. During the 25 years of Wei Wuhou's reign, he appointed military strategist Wu Qi to reform. lay the foundation. By the time of the reign of Wei Wuhou's son, King Wei Hui, Wei had ruled the Central Plains for a hundred years.

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In 343 BC, King Wei Hui led the princes to meet Zhou Tianzi, which was called Fengze Meeting in history. It officially marks Wei as a new generation of hegemony.

In 354 BC, Zhao Guo attacked the defending kingdom and captured Qi and Fuqiu. Because Wei was a protector of Wei, Wei could not sit idly by, and immediately joined Song to send troops to help the counterattack. The Wei and Song three-country coalition forces approached the capital of Handan, Zhao. Zhao was forced to defend behind closed doors, and sent people to Qi Guochu called for help. The Wei Wei and Song coalition forces then surrounded Handan, hoping to annihilate Zhao in one fell swoop, in order to lift the situation of being surrounded by various countries.

However, at the same time, when Qin Guocheng took the main force of the Wei Army away, he attacked Wei Guoshaoliang and captured Shaoliang. The danger of Wei being besieged in this war became even greater. King Qiwei learned that Zhao Guo was besieged, and he wanted to send troops immediately, but General Duan Peng advocated delaying the troops and adopted the strategy of "bearing the disadvantages of Wei." That is, first attack Xiangling to the south with a small amount of troops to create an illusion, which can help Zhao, and can also contain and exhaust Wei Wei. When the Wei army captures Handan, and Wei and Zhao are both incapable of fighting again, they will make a positive attack. King Qi Wei accepted this proposal. When Zhao Wei and the two armies stalemate for more than a year, when Handan City was about to fall, Tian Ji was appointed as the head coach and Sun Kun as the military division. He led the Qi army to support Zhao Guo.

Tian Ji planned to go to Handan to fight the main battle of Wei Jun and resolve the siege of Handan. However, Sun Yan believed that this was not good for Qi Guo, so he proposed more innovative and feasible methods, namely, "criticizing and destroying vain" and "walking the beam". "Critical humiliation" means avoiding real attacks and attacking them to save them, causing the enemy to worry about it, and the frontline perimeter will be automatically unlocked. "Fighting Beams" is to push Wei Liang's heavy city beams with a thunderbolt in order to cut off Wei's main road of transportation and attack it. In this way, Wei Jun must return to the division to save himself, Qi Jun can use his exhaustion to defeat Wei Jun in one fell swoop, and Zhao Guowei is automatically lifted.

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Sun Xun's "criticism" made Tian Ji very admired and immediately adopted it. So Qi Jun's main force immediately advanced to the beam. At this critical moment , although the Handan City has been breached, Wei Jun must not only stay in Handan with a small number of troops, and the coach Pang Juan will lead the main force back to the beam. But at the same time, Qi Jun had set up an ambush in Guiling (now northeast of Heze, Shandong) and was about to intercept Wei Jun. Due to Wei Jun's long-term battle abroad, his exhaustion was revealed, and the rapid march of long distance trek, the soldiers all fell in great warfare. So Qi Wei fought and Wei Jun was defeated. However, Wei Guo did not suffer serious losses in this campaign, and still achieved the strategic goal of overcoming Zhao's capital, Handan.

In 352 BC, Wei joined South Korea to defeat Qi and Qi Chu sought peace.

In 350 BC, Wei counterattacked the Qin Kingdom and surrounded Qin Xiaogong in Dingyang. So far the war ended with Wei's victory, Wei's hegemony continued to develop.

After Qin Wangzheng came to power, the pressure on Wei was increasing. In the end, Wei Guo was attacked by General Qin of the Qin Dynasty in 225 BC and flooded the girders.

In 209 BC, Chen Sheng raised troops to fight against Qin, Wei Wei joined the Chen Sheng camp. Chen Sheng dispatched Zhou City to capture Wei. After capturing Wei, Chen Sheng planned to establish Zhou City as King Wei. Zhou City was unwilling to accept it. He believed that the descendants of the old King Wei family should be established as King Wei. Wei Wei was therefore named Wei Wang, Wei Guo Fu Guo.

In 208 B.C. , Wei defeated and committed suicide. Wei Bao fled to Chu, where King Chu Huai dialed thousands of people and attacked Wei. Wei Bao captured more than 20 cities in Wei Di, and King Chu Huai established Li Bao as King Wei. Wei Bao led the elite to follow Xiang Yu into Guanzhong.

When Xiang Yu divided the princes in 206 BC, Xiang Yu wanted to take the girders as his own, so he migrated to the Wei Dynasty and became the capital of Pingyang as the capital of Pingyang.

In 205 BC, Han King Liu Bang led his soldiers to cross the Yellow River from Linjin. Wei Wangbao descended to Han and led troops to follow Liu Bang to attack Chu. After Liu Bang 's fiasco in the battle in Pengcheng , Wei Bao left Liu Bang to return to his country on the grounds of visiting his sick relatives, but when he arrived in China, he defected from Han. Liu Bang sent his students to persuade Wei Bao to be rejected, so Liu Bang sent Han Xin to attack Wei, captured Wei Bao, and merged Hedong into a Han county. Wei died.

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Why was Wei the first to perish during the Warring States Period?

In the historical records , after the fall of Jin State, the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period appeared. After the fall of Jin State, Wei State, Zhao State, and South Korea divided the Jin State territory into three and established their own country. But Jin State was the most powerful during the Spring and Autumn Period. After the Kingdom of Jin was divided into three, Wei ’s only party became another powerful country in the Warring States Period. However, when the territory was allocated, the situation of the Kingdom of Jin and Wei was very dangerous. Mistakes also led to the rapid destruction of Wei. At that time, Wei had Qi in the center of the seven nations, Chu in the lower part, Qin in the right, and Zhao in the left. They were completely surrounded by the empire. Wei Every time the country goes on the expedition, it has to worry about whether there may be a sneak attack behind it, and it may be a worrying day.

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In fact, this geographical environment still has an advantage of Wei's economic development and rapid because it can lead to better communication culture and mutual access to the four countries. In the court of Wei, due to the geographical environment, Wei had to be cautious and Wei Wenhou was in office When he proposed diplomacy, he insisted on uniting Zhao Guo Korea and then united with Zhao Guo Korea to form an alliance. In this way, the Wei Dynasty will not have strong enemies in the north, and it will not be attacked. Qi, Chu, Qin, and At the time of the Han-Zhao-Wei Alliance, Qin Chu and the Han Kingdoms did not dare to act.

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At the time, the Chu Kingdom was very chaotic at the time, but it was not easy for Wei Kingdom to capture the Chu Kingdom. The only thing that could be captured was the Qin Kingdom. At that time, the Qin Kingdom was very weak and experienced many dynasties. Wei Guo attacked like a vicious old horse. During the reign of Wei Wuhou , it was quite a glorious scene. At the end of the reign, Wei Wuhou appeared faint, which led to a major change in the situation of Wei. He first listened to the rumors of the villain and suspected that he was guarding in Hexi. General Wu Qi When Wu Qi heard that King Wei was about to decapitate, he also ran away ahead of time. After rushing to Chu State, Wei Wuhou attacked Chu State for a rumor. Qin State was also optimistic about the opportunity to cooperate with Chu State to resist Wei State ’s attack. In Wei State, Zhao Guo, Qi Guo, South Korea, after the split began, Zhao Guo attacked Wei, and Wei was almost forced to break down. After King Wei Hui took the throne, he led his troops to attack Zhao Guodu City, but Qi Guo directly attacked Wei Guodu City to contain Wei Guo's army to rescue Zhao Guo. Because Wei Guo Capital was attacked, Wei Guo had to give up Zhao Guo to go back to support but was attacked. To the violent attack of Qi Guo. After more than ten years, Wei Guo again crusadeed South Korea. At that time, Qi Guo sent troops to attack Wei Guo continuously. However, Zhao Guo's routine was also no way. Wei had to withdraw his troops after several wars. This situation continued to develop. Gradually weakened.

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After Wei abandoned Shangyang's reform policy, Shangyang had to go to Qin country and after the success of Qin country's reform, Qin country's strength leaped forward after a single attack. Wei country first recaptured Hexi territory and continued to invade Wei country's territory. Under the Qin attack, Wei completely lost the dominant position at that time and Wei moved the capital to the beam in order to avoid Qin's crusade. Since then Wei has weakened and disappeared.

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Wei Guo was very powerful at first. Why did he gradually decline?

Everyone knows that in the Spring and Autumn Period, there was a country called Jin Country, which was very powerful, and other countries were younger brothers in front of him. However, such a powerful country was divided up by three families, and three new countries were born. Of these three countries, of course, there are also the strongest and the weakest. The most powerful country is Wei, because when he separated, Wei got the most things, so his strength was also the greatest. So how powerful is this country? Why was he later destroyed?

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Wei's geographical position is very bad. Its northeast, southwest, and northwest are all enemy countries, as if captured by a sampan. Although this location is not good, it also has its benefits.

Wei's monarch is very clever. Because he knows how to save money, if we look at the historical data, we can see that among the previous generations of monarchs of Wei Kingdom , Wei Kingdom became more and more rich. He often finds faults in other countries, then sends troops to fight, and has been winning wars. Because Wei has a lot of talents in his country, other countries are afraid of him. It first destroyed the Zhongshan country , and later regained the land occupied by the Qin country . It continued to implement new political measures and develop water conservancy projects to become the most powerful country at the time. Other countries were afraid to fight him.

Later, the country implemented a reform, but before he had time to digest it, he began to wage wars. Although these wars were still won, they also offended many countries, and many countries regarded her as their own enemy. Therefore, other countries often fight against him together, and its geographical location is very bad, so it constantly loses its own land. So this is awkward.

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Wei Guo waged many wars in succession, but later failed. He is no longer the oldest boss, and the surrounding small countries no longer listen to him. Although he attaches great importance to economic development, he is declining. But at this time, Wei Guo failed the war in the East. As soon as the Qin Guoren saw that he was not working, he began to find faults and constantly harassed them.

Another reason for Wei ’s decline is that because of unpopularity , many talented people do not want to work for him. At the same time, Qin Guo got a lot of talents, such as Shang Ye . Many people in the world went to Qin Kingdom, and Qin Kingdom gradually became stronger.

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So there are many reasons for Wei ’s decline, including natural reasons, that is, its geographical location is very bad, and it is often attacked jointly by other countries, but it is too busy to cope. In addition, Wei's monarch was very bad at employing people. Many talented people ran away and stopped working for him. Therefore, at the beginning of Wei State, Qin State was often imprisoned, and he constantly cut off from Wei to make peace. Other countries were like Qin State. Since the strength was not strong, he could only be imprisoned. However, Wei Guo failed to maintain the current situation. He often went out to fight and fight, the country would have no money, no money, no war. At this time, other countries began to become strong, and I remembered Once Wei Guo had met them, he came to revenge on Wei Guo, so Wei Wei gradually declined and eventually died.

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Why didn't the most powerful Wei Guo laugh at the end? Related to these four people

If in the early or middle period of the Warring States Period, we will predict who among the Seven Heroes is most likely to become a country that unifies the six nations, and who is most likely to laugh to the end. Many people will answer without hesitation: Wei.

The Wei Kingdom originated from Jin Dynasty. In 453 BC, the doctors Zhao Xiangzi, Wei Xunzi, and Han Kangzi divided Jin Dynasty, so Jin Kingdom, the once powerful prince in the Spring and Autumn Period no longer exists. . In 403 BC, Wei, Zhao, and Han were officially registered as princes by the surviving Zhou Tianzi, and Wei State officially entered the historical stage of the Warring States Period as a vassal. Wei is located in the Central Plains, and its ruling areas are mainly in the southwest of Shanxi today, northern Henan and parts of Shaanxi and Hebei. He borders Qin State in the west, borders Qi State and Song State in the east, crosses borders with South Korea in the southwest, borders Chu in the south, and Zhao in the north. The country of Wei, which is surrounded by the princes, is neither timeless nor geographically advantageous. It is surrounded not only by small countries, but also by the great nations. It may also be that pressure is the driving force. Wei is in the middle of the Fourth World War . The troubled environment made Wei ’s monarchs ambitious and determined to change the law. When Wei Wenhou , the first monarch of the Wei Kingdom , began to carry out drastic reforms, he worshiped Zhai Jun as his prime minister, selected talents and talents, strictly rewarded and punished them, and reformed bad governance. Reusing Li Zhi to implement the reform, Wei Guoguo began to flourish. Li Zhi ’s reform was the beginning of China ’s reform. It not only allowed Wei to embark on the road of becoming a rich country and strong soldiers, but also caused great shock to other vassal states, which triggered the first nationwide reform in Chinese history. The tide paved the way for China's transition from slavery to feudalism.

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"Change is the rule, and the rule is long." After the reform, the Wei State became the most powerful vassal state in the early and even middle period of the Warring States Period. During the five years from 413 BC to 408 BC, Wei Qin continued to cut Qin to the west of the Qin River. Qin was forced to retreat to Luoshui and face Wei River Jiajia. From 408 BC to 406 BC, Wei sent General Yang Leyang to destroy the Zhongshan Kingdom and settled in its place. From 404 BC to 373 BC, Wei fell for 11 consecutive years, breaking the Great Wall, making Qi Juguo shocked the country. In 375 BC, Wei cut the Yuguan of Chu and later captured Luyang of Chu. It can be said that at this time Wei Guo's strength was surprising, and his strength was enough to make him arrogant to the Central Plains.

In the middle and late period of the Warring States Period, Wei's national strength was declining, East was defeated by Qi, West was timid by Qin, and South was humiliated by strong Chu. Until the leave of King Wei , in 225 BC, Wei Guo became the third country to be destroyed by Qin after Han Zhao, and its existence was 179 years.

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There are many reasons for Wei ’s decline. There are political and military reasons, subjective errors, and objective helplessness. But among the many reasons, the most distressing is the loss of talent. Talents thrive, talents strengthen the country, and the monarchs of the late Wei Kingdom certainly did not realize this. If Qin had good figures and Zhao Youliang during the Warring States Period, then Wei Guo was well equipped with Liang Xiangliang. Unfortunately, these timeless talents Wei Guo failed Retained, and eventually went to other countries, and achieved the success of other countries.

What kind of talents did Wei Guo lose? See what level of characters they are!

The first talent that Wei Guo lost was Wu Qi . Wu Qi can be called the most comprehensive and outstanding talent of that era. Sun means Sun Wu , Wu is Wu Qi. Wu Qi has two identities: one is a famous general and the other is a politician. As a famous general, Wu Qi was able to fight good wars. He was a walking force by himself. Wherever he went, he would become a place of ZTE. He once led the Wei army to defeat the Qin army many times. After entering Chu, he was even more successful. Cao Cao once commented on Wu Qi: "In Wei, the Qin people did not dare to go east. "As a politician, when King Chu mourned the rule, Wu Qi began to implement a new law. The reform movement brought a new look to the political, economic, and military aspects of the Chu country, and Chu's national strength gradually became stronger. Especially in the military, the Chu country expanded its hegemony to the north. To the bank of the Yellow River; to the south it calmed Baiyue and extended its territory to the south of the Yangtze River. As a result, all the princes were afraid to submit to the Chu Kingdom.

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The second person leaving Wei was Shang Yang. Shang Ye once served the uncle of the state of Wei Guo, and he also strongly recommended to the king of Hui Hui when his acne was severe, saying that the talent of Shang Ye can be the state minister, and that if he is not used, he must be killed or not. He went to other countries, and in the future it will become a great disaster for Wei. It ’s a pity that King Wei Hui believed that the uncle acne was ill and uttered nonsense. He did not take his words seriously. After Shang Shang entered Qin, he implemented the new law with the support of Qin Xiaogong . The Shang Yang reform became the most obvious reform in the Warring States Period, Qin Since then, the country has become rich and powerful, which has laid a solid foundation for the unification of the six nations . It can be said that Shang Yang was the first hero of Qin's destruction of the six nations .

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The third important talent lost by Wei Guo is Fan Ye! Fan Ye was originally a guest of Wei Guozhong's doctor, who was suspected of selling Wei Qi. He was almost whipped to death by Wei Qi Xiangguo Wei Wei. Later, with the help of people, his name was changed. , Sneaked into Qin with the envoy of Qin Kingdom Wang Ji. After Fan Qin entered Qin, he gradually gained the trust of King Qin Zhao. He proposed a strategy of long-distance and close-off attack to Qin State. It should be said that Fan Qiao was the planner of the united war of Qin University. He proposed that Qin State should first make Korea and Wei develop eastward. The main goal is to maintain good relations with Qi Guo and others. Fan Sui also reminded King Qin Zhao and suggested strengthening kingship. In 262 BC, the Battle of Changping broke out. Qin and Zhao's two armies faced each other for three years. Both sides suffered heavy casualties. Fan Ye used Zhao Kuo 's incompetent Zhao Kuo Lian to fight against Zhao Guo, which made Bai Qi eventually defeat Zhao. After the Battle of Changping, the six nations were no longer able to resist Qin's eastward advance.

Sun Wei also left the country of Wei! Sun Wei was the same classmate as Wei Pang Juan . Pang Juan later went to the Wei Kingdom. Because he was jealous of Sun Wei, he sent someone to lie to Wei Wei. After Sun Wei came to Wei, Pang Juan fabricated a criminal He was sentenced to conviction to make him unknown. Fortunately, the envoy of Qi State felt that Sun Yan was a personal talent, so he secretly drove him back to Qi State. After arriving in the State of Qi, Sun Zheng was worshipped as a general. He defeated Wei Jun twice in the battle of Guiling and Maling, forcing Pang Juan to commit suicide. Wei ’s hegemony plummeted, and Qi Guo became the king among the princes.

These people all have the talents of Anbang to settle the country. Wei will have one favor, two hegemons, and three. They will surely overpower the princes, and unite the world. The history of destroying the six kingdoms will eventually be written by Wei.

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Conclusion

In the history of the Warring States period of more than 250 years, Wei was the first country to become strong and dominate the country. In 334 BC, King Wei Hui and King Qi Wei each other recognized each other as kings in Xuzhou, and they were called "Kings of Xuzhou" in history. But in the later wars, the Wei State "lost to the east in the east, lost more than 700 miles to the west, and insulted the south to Chu" and began to decline. It was passed to the Wei Dynasty and was destroyed by the Qin State in the 22nd year of Qin Shihuang (225 BC).

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