3 edition of Taiping Rebellion found in the catalog.
Franz H. Michael
|Statement||by Franz Michael. In collaboration with Chung-li Chang. [Translations by Margery Anneberg and others]|
|Series||Far Eastern and Russian Institute. Publications,, no. 14|
|Contributions||Zhang, Zhongli, 1920-|
|LC Classifications||DS759 .M572|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||72300748|
The Taiping Rebellion was a large scale revolt against the Qing Dynasty. Western powers became involved in after an attack upon Shanghai. This led eventually to the defeat of the Taipings at the hands of the The Ever-Victorious Army under Maj Charles George Gordon. As the book Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom shows, the Taiping Rebellion badly dented that market. When the U.S. Civil War also exploded, London was suddenly facing down the barrel of serious civil disorder in Britain's now-penniless northern cities.
Taiping Rebellion. The Qing Dynasty made extensive use of Western support in the closing stages of the rebellion, relying heavily on Western war materiel and even the direct participation of the British and French militaries during certain operations. These forces made a huge difference in the conflict and perhaps decided the war in the Qing’sFile Size: KB. The Taiping Rebellion (men-at-arms Series ) Download. The Taiping movement began as the Pai Shang-ti Hui (the Society of God-Worshippers), founded in Kwangsi province in by Hung Hsiu-ch’uan. A sickly individual of questionable sanity.
Hong Ren'gan also provided Hamberg with important information on the Taiping rebellion, which formed the basis of a book Hamberg later published on the rebellion. The book was the first extensive account on the Taiping rebellion in a Western language and remains an important source on the early life of Hong Xiuquan. Hamberg died in Hong Kong in. Book Description: Occupying much of imperial China's Yangzi River heartland and costing more than twenty million lives, the Taiping Rebellion () was no ordinary peasant revolt. What most distinguished this dramatic upheaval from earlier rebellions were the spiritual beliefs of .
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Taiping Rebellion, –64, revolt against the Ch'ing (Manchu) dynasty of China. It was led by Hung Hsiu-ch'üan, a visionary from Guangdong who evolved a political creed and messianic religious ideology influenced by elements of Protestant Christianity.
His object was to found a new dynasty, the Taiping [great peace]. The Taiping Rebellion –66 book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Taiping movement began as the Pai Shang-ti Hui (th /5. The Taiping Rebellion, Hung Xiuquan () was the son of a farmer and an aspiring Chinese bureaucrat.
He came Taiping Rebellion book the influence of Christian missionaries, and reached the conclusion that he was the younger brother of Jesus sent to.
The book is a military history of the nineteenth-century Taiping Rebellion, Stamp by the People's Republic of China on the. centenary of the start of the Taiping Rebellion. The Taipings are regarded favorably by the. mainland Chinese government, seen as a. proto communist movement fighting against.
a corrupt feudal system. The Taiping Rebellion was a revolt against the Qing dynasty in China, fought with religious conviction over regional economic conditions, and lasting from to The Taiping forces were run.
Taiping Rebellion, radical political and religious upheaval that was probably the most important event in China in the 19th century.
It lasted for some 14 years (–64), ravaged 17 provinces, took an estimated 20 million lives, and irrevocably altered the Qing dynasty (–/12). TAIPING REBELLION User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
Believing that its activities may advance his own interests, influential Chinese merchant Lian Weicai sends his son Liwen to join the subversive Society of God Worshippers.5/5(1).
A major historical novel by one of Japan's most popular modern writers, The Taiping Rebellion vividly portrays one of the most compelling and horrifying stories of the nineteenth century, when a quasi-religious and social movement attempted to overthrow the Qing dynasty at a cost of millions of lives.
Using actual historical figures as characters (Hong Xiuquan, Feng Yunshan. The Taiping Rebellion or Taiping Civil War (simplified Chinese: 太平天国运动; traditional Chinese: 太平天國運動; pinyin: Taìpíng Tīanguó Yùndòng) was a massive civil war in China that lasted from towhich was fought between the established Manchu-led Qing dynasty and the Christian millenarian movement of the Heavenly Kingdom of Peace.
Download PDF The Taiping Rebellion 66 book full free. The Taiping Rebellion 66 available for download and read online in other formats. The Taiping Rebellion (–64) was in many respects the hinge between China's pre-modern and modern histories. Its gigantic human catastrophes in the interior formed a backdrop for early Sino-Western treaty relations along the coast, and, along with the treaty system itself, gave notice of the imminent collapse of China's traditional by: Stephen R.
Platt's Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom (+ pages) is a scholarly work, but it can be read as a historical novel, it doesn't require in-depth knowledge of China or history and it has been received quite well.
Here is a review in The N. The great Taiping Rebellion: a story of General Gordon in China Item Preview Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).Pages: The Taiping Rebellion: History and Documents () by Franz H.
Michael and Chang Chongli (3 volumes) – 1 volume of history and 2 of documents on the Taiping, all in English.
The 1st (History) volume is quite short but the Documents volumes are basically standard compendia of Taiping writing even now. This book makes a major contribution to the study of the Taiping Rebellion and to our understanding of the ideology of both the rebels and the traditional imperial order they opposed.
It will appeal to scholars in the fields of Chinese history, religion, and culture and of Christian theology and church history. The Taiping Rebellion, Volume 1: History (Far East & Russian Institute Publications on Asia) (v.
1) by Franz Harold Michael, Chang Chung-li and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Occupying much of imperial China’s Yangzi River heartland and costing more than twenty million lives, the Taiping Rebellion () was no ordinary peasa.
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By Shunshin Chin, Shunshin Chin, Joshua A. Fogel. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 24 October Pub. location New by: 2.Taiping Books There was a great emphasis by the Taipings in using publishing to spread their faith.
Hong Xiuquan was very impressed with the Christian missionaries use of pamphlets and tracts and bookmakers were conscripted for use in the Heavenly Capital.This book examines the theological worldview of the Taiping Rebellion (–64), a Chinese revolutionary movement whose leader, Hong Xiuquan (–64), claimed to be the second son of God and younger brother of Jesus.
Despite the profound impact of Christian books on Hong’s religious thinking.