Qin Liangyu: The Woman General of the Ming Dynasty

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and forced him to retreat. Later, Luo's army joined Zhang's army and began attacking most of the cities in Sichuan.

Qin was ordered to reinforce another government army in Chongqing, which soon proved to be a strategic mistake. Outnumbered, the government army was defeated and Qin lost her White Stick Troop of 30,000 soldiers in one battle. Only she survived.

In the next few years, Qin was again defeated several times by the peasant army. In the end, she was forced to retreat to Shizhu.

In 1644, the Manchu army occupied the

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Qin Liangyu: The Woman General of the Ming Dynasty and forced him to retreat. Later, Luo's army joined Zhang's army and began attacking most of the cities in Sichuan.

Qin was ordered to reinforce another government army in Chongqing, which soon proved to be a strategic mistake. Outnumbered, the government army was defeated and Qin lost her White Stick Troop of 30,000 soldiers in one battle. Only she survived.

In the next few years, Qin was again defeated several times by the peasant army. In the end, she was forced to retreat to Shizhu.

In 1644, the Manchu army occupied the
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