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History of the Qing Dynasty

The Qing Dynasty was the second unified government established by ethnic minorities in Chinese history and the last feudal monarchy in China, which had a profound impact on Chinese history. In 1616, Nurhachi, the leader of the Jianzhou Jurchen Ministry, was established after the Jin. In 1636, Huang Taiji changed its name to Qing. It entered the customs in 1644 and gradually unified the country. In the early days of the Qing Dynasty, the unified multi-ethnic state was consolidated, which basically laid the ground for our country, and at the same time, the monarchy developed to its peak. After entering the modern era after the Opium War in 1840, it was invaded by the powers and its sovereignty was severely lost. In 1911, the Revolution of 1911 broke out, and the Qing rule collapsed, which ended the feudal monarchy of China for more than two thousand years. On February 12, 1912, the Qing Emperor was forced to abdicate. From the beginning of the establishment of the Qing Dynasty, there were 12 emperors. Since then, China has entered a period of democracy.

List of Emperors of the Qing Dynasty

Historical News of the Qing Dynasty

Map of China during the Qing Dynasty