2 edition of Taiping revolution found in the catalog.
Zhongguo jin dai shi cong shu bian xie zu.
|Statement||by the Compilation Group for the "History of Modern China" series.|
|LC Classifications||DS759 .C443 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||188|
Naturally, the new book is a matter of great interest in the academic world, which is anxious to know how it is different from the old. The old version is a three-volume work of about 2, pages of small Chinese print. It gives a detailed account of . The Taiping Rebellion or Taiping Civil War (simplified Chinese: 太平天国运动; traditional Chinese: 太平天國運動; pinyin: Taìpíng Tīanguó Yùndòng) was a massive civil war in China that lasted from to , which was fought between the established Manchu-led Qing dynasty and the Christian millenarian movement of the Heavenly Kingdom of Peace.
Table of Contents. 1 The Taiping Rebellion (太平天國運動) was a massive revolt in China from to between the established Manchu-led Qing dynasty and the Hakka-led Taiping Heavenly Kingdom.. The first riots; Hong Xiuquan and the God Worshippers; The Heavenly Kingdom of the Great PeaceAuthor: China-Underground. book are a great help as the reader follows the progress of the revolution across the length and breadth of China. The central theme which pervades the narrative and which is singled out for discussion in the concluding chapter, " An Evaluation," is the refutation that the Taiping revolution was a peasant one. This controversy, as we all know.
The Taiping Rebellion () was a millenarian uprising in southern China that began as a peasant rebellion and turned into an extremely bloody civil war. It broke out in , a Han Chinese reaction against the Qing Dynasty, which was ethnically rebellion was sparked by a famine in Guangxi Province, and Qing government repression of Author: Kallie Szczepanski. This study offers a specific interpretation of the Taiping Revolution in China in the mid-nineteenth century. It was not only the largest revolutionary movement in the world at the time, but also one that was inspired by Christianity. Indeed, it marks the moment when the revolutionary religious tradition arrived in by: 2.
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The Taiping Rebellion was a revolt against the Qing dynasty in China, fought with religious conviction over regional economic conditions, and lasting from to The Taiping forces were run. He trained Taiping soldiers using modern techniques, and Mary Taiping revolution book a sniper.
InLindley returned to the UK. In he wrote and published this book (Ti Ping Tien Kwoh: OR The History of the Taiping Revolution, including a narrative of the author's personal adventures).Author: Augustus F.
Lindley. Taiping Rebellion, radical political and religious upheaval that was probably the most important event in China in the 19th century. It lasted for some 14 years (–64), ravaged 17 provinces, took an estimated 20 million lives, and irrevocably altered the Qing dynasty (–/12).
Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom may not have said the last word on the Taiping Rebellion, but the story it tells is powerful, dramatic, and unforgettable.” —Minxin Pei, San Francisco Chronicle “Structurally, Stephen Platt’s Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom is a thriller We read in starred reviews things Taiping revolution book ‘the book brings Cited by: Scene from the Taiping Rebellion to The Taiping Rebellion was a civil war in southern China waged against the ruling Manchu Qing by Hong Xiuquan, it is estimated that at least 20 million people died, mainly civilians, in one of the deadliest military conflicts in history.
Taiping Rebellion, –64, revolt against the Ch'ing (Manchu) dynasty of China. It was led by Hung Hsiu-ch'üan, a visionary from Guangdong who evolved a political creed and messianic religious ideology influenced by elements of Protestant Christianity.
His object was to found a new dynasty, the Taiping [great peace]. THE TAIPING REBELLION User Review - Kirkus. An enormous historical by a Japanese bestselling author renowned for such blockbusters as The Opium War, this telling the story of a midth-century Chinese religious revolution that threatened to 5/5(1).
Naturally, the new book i mattes a or f great interest in the academic world, which is anxious to know how it is different from the old. The old version is a three-volum 2,40e wor page0k ofs abou of smalt l Chinese print I. t give as detailed account Author: J. Wong. The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, literally the Heavenly Kingdom of Great Peace, later shortened to Heavenly Kingdom (simplified Chinese: 天国; traditional Chinese: 天國; pinyin: Tīanguó) or Heavenly Dynasty (Chinese: 天朝), was an unrecognized oppositional state in China and Christian-Shenic theocratic absolute monarchy from tosupporting the overthrow of Capital: Tianjing (天京).
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A major historical novel by one of Japan's most popular modern writers, The Taiping Rebellion vividly portrays one of the most compelling and horrifying stories of the nineteenth century, when a quasi-religious and social movement attempted to overthrow the Qing dynasty at a cost of millions of lives.
Using actual historical figures as characters (Hong Xiuquan, Feng Yunshan. The Taiping Revolution - The Taiping Revolutionary Movement. By Jen Yu-wen. Yale University Press: New Haven and London, Pp. xxiii, £ - Volume 9 Issue 4 - Author: J. Wong. The Taiping Revolution: A Failure of Two Missions is a book written by Robert Hsiang Teng Lin in The monograph was published in two editions in the year in the English language.
This book is held by ninety-four libraries worldwide. This monograph interrogates the history of Chinese Civilization since the Taiping revolution.
The Taiping movement, an experimental revolution in China that struck a formidable blow to the Manchus in the mid 19th century, is widely debated and questions pertaining to its character', whether it was a Rebellion or a Revolution, remain largely unsettled.
Stephen R. Platt's Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom (+ pages) is a scholarly work, but it can be read as a historical novel, it doesn't require in-depth knowledge of China or history and it has been received quite well.
Here is a review in The N. The Taiping Rebellion –66 book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Taiping movement began as the Pai Shang-ti Hui (th /5.
Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Ti-Ping Tien-Kwoh: The History of the Ti-Ping Revolution (Volume I) by Lindley. Taiping Institute, Singapore. 29K likes. Taiping Institute | 太平武馆 - Dedicated to the practice, teaching, research, preservation and development of the Traditional Combative Martial ers: 31K.
The Taiping movement, an experimental revolution in China that struck a formidable blow to the Manchus in the mid 19th century, is widely debated and questions pertaining to its character', whether it was a Rebellion or a Revolution, remain largely unsettled. Some historians regard it as a full-fledged revolution, even to the extent of calling it the.
Service in a Taiping Church. Service in a Taiping Church. Click image for a larger picture. From: Ti-Ping Tien-Kwoh The History of.
the Ti-Ping Revolution. Augustus F. Lindley According to Lindley Augustus, who spent some time among the Taipings each day with the rising sun (Book of declarations of the divine will made during the. This book makes a major contribution to the study of the Taiping Rebellion and to our understanding of the ideology of both the rebels and the traditional imperial order they opposed.
It will appeal to scholars in the fields of Chinese history, religion, and culture and of Christian theology and church history. From the rebellion against the Peasant's Revolt in Germany to the Taiping Uprising in China, and from the Enlightenment-inspired revolutions in Europe and America to the anti-colonial revolts of Pancho Villa and the Mau Mau, it covers every major revolution that has altered societies or changed the course of history on a local, regional.- Explore lamuffle's board "Taiping Rebellion" on Pinterest.
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