Qin Liangyu: The Woman General of the Ming Dynasty

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In order to support the war against Nurhachi, the Ming government ordered Qin to send troops to Liaoning. Qin dispatched her brothers, Qaing Bangping and Qin Minping, to lead the White Stick Troop there.

During a military action, the Jin army surrounded her brothers and their army. Although outnumbered, the White Stick Troop fought bravely and broke out after killing several thousand enemies. After that battle, the White Stick Troop became famous nationwide.

In 1621, She Chongming, a military commander, led thousands of soldiers in

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Qin Liangyu: The Woman General of the Ming Dynasty
In order to support the war against Nurhachi, the Ming government ordered Qin to send troops to Liaoning. Qin dispatched her brothers, Qaing Bangping and Qin Minping, to lead the White Stick Troop there.

During a military action, the Jin army surrounded her brothers and their army. Although outnumbered, the White Stick Troop fought bravely and broke out after killing several thousand enemies. After that battle, the White Stick Troop became famous nationwide.

In 1621, She Chongming, a military commander, led thousands of soldiers in
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