Qin Liangyu: The Woman General of the Ming Dynasty

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Aware of the danger, Qin reminded her husband to order the White Stick Troop to stay alert and forbid them to drink alcohol.

As Qin had expected, the rebelling army attacked in the middle of the night. As the other government troops fled in panic, Qin and her husband led their troop to start a counter attack that ended in the defeat of the rebelling army.

Then they hunted down the retreating rebels and surrounded Yang and his entire army. In this way, the rebellion was suppressed.

Qian and Ma were considered to have contributed the most in suppressing the

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Qin Liangyu: The Woman General of the Ming Dynasty
Aware of the danger, Qin reminded her husband to order the White Stick Troop to stay alert and forbid them to drink alcohol.

As Qin had expected, the rebelling army attacked in the middle of the night. As the other government troops fled in panic, Qin and her husband led their troop to start a counter attack that ended in the defeat of the rebelling army.

Then they hunted down the retreating rebels and surrounded Yang and his entire army. In this way, the rebellion was suppressed.

Qian and Ma were considered to have contributed the most in suppressing the
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