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Qin Dynasty History

The Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC) was the first autocratic centralized state in China with a Han nationality as its main body and a multi-ethnic unity. From 230 BC to 221 BC, Qin Shihuang's eunuchs successively destroyed six Kanto countries, completed the unification of the country, and then attacked the Huns in the north and served Baiyue in the south. It pioneered the emperor system, the central government system represented by the San Gong Jiu Qing, and the county system. It completely broke the Shi Qing Shi Lu system since the Western Zhou Dynasty, safeguarded the unity of the country, and strengthened central control of the local government. Lay the foundation of China's unification dynasty, so it is said that "Hundred generations still have Qin politics and law." But Qin Dynasty's tyranny also caused class conflicts and social unrest, leading to the first large-scale peasant uprising in Chinese history. In 206 years ago, Qin Prince Ying surrendered to Liu Bang. In just 15 years, the Qin Dynasty went extinct.

List of Emperors of the Qin Dynasty

History of Qin Dynasty

China in the Qin Dynasty