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  • ! colspan=2 align=center bgcolor=#CCCCCC | '''The Nanjing Massacre''' ...at the time, Nanjing was known in English as Nanking). The duration of the massacre is not clearly defined, although the violence lasted well into the next six
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  • ...ities are explicitly named as such. Other cities similarly named include [[Nanjing]] ({{linktext|南|京}}), China, meaning "southern capital"; [[Tokyo]] ({{l ...''king,'' 京)—to reflect the fact the national capital had changed to [[Nanjing]], the first time under the [[Hongwu Emperor]] of the [[Ming Dynasty]], and
    59 KB (8,091 words) - 14:11, 26 August 2019
  • ...ng in the loss of the regional capital city of Nanjing in 1853. The rebels massacred the entire Manchu garrison and their families in the city and made it thei ...lamation of a separate central government, the [[Republic of China]], in [[Nanjing]] with [[Sun Yat-sen]] as its provisional head. Numerous provinces began "s
    45 KB (7,083 words) - 09:14, 17 June 2019
  • ...02-27, [http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2008-02/27/content_7675507.htm Research: Christianity popular among China's Tang Dynasty citizens]. ''Xinhua''. acc ...an]] established a "Heavenly Kingdom of Great Peace" with its capital at [[Nanjing]], and attained control of significant parts of southern China, ruling over
    59 KB (8,359 words) - 16:56, 25 February 2020
  • ...ndlords, who were "re-educated" and sometimes executed. He ensured that no massacres took place in the region, pursuing a more lenient approach than that advoc ... above, are regarded as lies by some historians. During the decade spent researching the book, ''Mao: The Unknown Story'', for instance, Jung Chang found evi
    97 KB (14,465 words) - 18:46, 10 August 2018

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