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Restore the real battle of the Chibi: Is Zhou Yu playing against Huang Gai?
Interesting history2017-05-24 17:24:43

With a resistance of 50,000 to 70,000 troops, it is widely believed that the battle of Chibi was a case of winning more by less, but the contrast between the two forces is not very different.

How many troops did Cao Cao have in the Battle of Chibi? Cao Cao said 800,000 himself, which was an imaginary number. No one in ancient or modern history agrees with this number.

During Cao Cao's conquest of Jingzhou, 80,000 infantry and cavalry were recruited from 150,000 to 60,000 northern soldiers, but not all of the troops mobilized for the South expedition participated in the battle. Dry road transport limits the troop strength. On a line, the upper limit is only 50,000 to 60,000. If this number is exceeded, not only road congestion, but also logistics cannot be guaranteed.

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As for the Jingzhou soldiers, the total number may reach 70,000 or 80,000, but the Nansi counties, such as Changsha, Guiyang, Lingling, and Wuling, have only been fixed. Cao Jun has never been there. All that can be used is to gather in Xiangyang and other places. More than ten thousand people.

Subsequently, Cao Cao left Xu Huang to station in Fancheng, so that Cao Ren kept Jiangling. Based on this calculation, the total military strength of Cao Jun, who had arrived in Chibi in the East, was about 70,000.

Regarding Sun Quan , they basically agreed The "Three Kingdoms" clearly records that Sun Quan gave Zhou Yu 30,000 horses to participate in the battle, and for Liu Bei , most of them were based on Zhuge Liang's own statement of Liu Bei 10,000 plus Liu Qi 10,000 in total. Generally, it is believed that 50,000 people from Sun and Liu joined the war.

With a resistance of 50,000 to 70,000 troops, it is widely believed that the battle of Chibi was a case of winning more by less, but the contrast between the two forces is not very different.

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"The straw boat borrows arrows " is a borrowed story

Zhuge Liang had never had a "grass boat borrowing arrows". However, "grass boat borrowing arrows" is not unfounded. According to the relevant records of Pei Songzhi's Note in the Three Kingdoms Wu Zhuan, eighteen years after Jian'an, that is, five years after the Battle of Chibi, Cao Cao led his army south to attack Wu. One day, Sun Quan borrowed the mist from the river and broke into Cao Jun's frontier from Yingsukou by a light warship to observe Cao Ying's deployment. Cao Cao was suspicious by nature. When he saw the river surrounded by water and mist, Sun Jun purged his majesty. I was afraid he would not dare to fight. He ordered the bows and crossbows to fire and the arrows shot at the ship. Sun Quan's ship was soon full of arrows. Due to the heavy weight of the arrow on one side, the ship gradually tilted and was about to sink. Sun Quan ordered the bow of the ship to be turned and let the other side receive the arrow. After the hull was stable, Sun Quan commanded the warships to line up and left slowly, and Cao Cao understood that he was taken.

This is just a story that happened to Sun Quan, just an act of urgency. He did not plan to "borrow arrows," and the history books did not say it was a straw boat.

"Zhou Yu hits the yellow cover"

In the history of the Three Kingdoms, Huang Gai did not use a bitter flesh meter, but the fraudulent fall has its own business. In order to ensure that unarmed fireboats cannot be intercepted and can approach Cao Junshui Village smoothly, Huang Gai surrendered to Cao Cao.

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Cao Cao easily believed in Huang Gai's surrender, because Cao Cao believed that Huang Gai had been a subordinate of Sun Jian , and was more qualified than Zhou Yu, and was subordinate to Zhou Yu. He was probably unwilling.

In addition, Zhou Yu's fellow county Jiang Qian was sent by Cao Cao to persuade Zhou Yu that it was true, but not in the Battle of Chibi. Pei Songzhi's "Three Kingdoms" was recorded after the Battle of the Red Cliff, and only Jiang Qian advised him to surrender. Cai Yan and Zhang Yun were not involved. They were not even Cao Cao's governors.

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