Qin Liangyu: The Woman General of the Ming Dynasty

  • May 13, 2013
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revolt against the government in Chongqing. He asked Qin to help but was immediately refused.

Qin then sent her troops to take over strategically important places to prevent the rebelling army from escaping from Sichuan. She launched a series of surprise raids and quickly suppressed the rebellion.

In recognition of her contributions, the government assigned her as the general in charge of the armies in Sichuan.

In 1630, the Manchu army invaded China and surrounded the outskirts of Beijing. Qin led her army to Beijing to rescue the capital.

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Qin Liangyu: The Woman General of the Ming Dynasty revolt against the government in Chongqing. He asked Qin to help but was immediately refused.

Qin then sent her troops to take over strategically important places to prevent the rebelling army from escaping from Sichuan. She launched a series of surprise raids and quickly suppressed the rebellion.

In recognition of her contributions, the government assigned her as the general in charge of the armies in Sichuan.

In 1630, the Manchu army invaded China and surrounded the outskirts of Beijing. Qin led her army to Beijing to rescue the capital.
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