Online shopping from a great selection at books store. One important aftermath of the taiping rebellion is that the qing, now with zeng's victorious xiang army, underwent a period of stability and relative prosperity, called the tongzhi restoration (同光中兴) the leadership also realized the dire need to modernize and made some effort in industrialization. War between britain and the qing empire that was, in the british view, occasioned by the qing government's refusal to permit the importation of opium into its territories the victorious british imposed the one-sided treaty of nanking on china.
The taiping rebellion and why it failed to overthrow the qing dynasty. The taiping rebellion was a large civil war that took place between 1850 and 1864 in southern china, and it began when hong xiuquan announced that, according to visions he had received, he was jesus' younger brother and had been called to overthrow the qing dynasty. Taiping rebellion, 1850-64, 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. The taiping rebellion led to the deaths of millions of chinese so that, in and of itself, is a huge effect however, its more lasting effect was to further weaken the chinese imperial government.
The taiping rebellion (1850-1864) was the largest peasant rebellion in chinese history and one of the bloodiest civil wars in the annals of human experience the conflict ravaged the most cultivated parts of the qing dynasty, encompassing eighteen of its most populous provinces, claiming the lives of at least 25 million. The taiping rebellion was the world's bloodiest civil war lasting for 13 years from 1851 to 1864, it nearly toppled the qing dynasty and resulted in the death of 20 million people---more than the entire population of england at that time. The taiping rebellion was a large-scale revolt, waged from 1851 until 1864, against the authority and forces of the qing empire in china, conducted by an army and civil administration inspired by hakka, self-proclaimed mystics named hong xiuquan and yang xiuqing. The taiping rebellion, 1851-1864 hung xiuquan (1814-1864) was the son of a farmer and an aspiring chinese bureaucrat he came under the influence of christian missionaries, and reached the conclusion that he was the younger brother of jesus sent to found the heavenly kingdom on earth.
Led the taiping rebellion against the qing dynasty, established the taiping tien-quo heavenly kingdom of great peace said he was younger brother of jesus destroy confucians, manchus, daoists, buddhists. The taiping rebellion, as much as anything, marked the end of the imperial system in china there were two main influences that made the rebellion such a potent force firstly the qing dynasty was a foreign dynasty run by an elite of manchu families. The taiping rebellion was a civil war in southern china waged against the ruling manchu qing dynastyled by hong xiuquan, it is estimated that at least 20 million people died, mainly civilians, in one of the deadliest military conflicts in history. The taiping rebellion and why it failed to overthrow the qing dynasty the taipings were also able to make great progress in the interior as the manchus concentrated most of their forces against the invading british and french during the second opium war of 1856-60. 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 (1850-64), ravaged 17 provinces, took an estimated 20 million lives, and irrevocably altered the qing dynasty (1644-1911/12.
The taiping rebellion was a massive civil war in southern china from 1853 to 1864, against the ruling manchu-led qing dynasty it was a millenarian movement led by hong xiuquan, who announced that he had received visions in which he learned that he was the younger brother of jesus. The nian rebellion, boxer rebellion, and the communist revolution all stem from the emotions and ideas which emerged from the taiping vision the influx of strange, new things had started in china an unsettling movement, away from the old ways of the ancestors and into the western sphere of influence. 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, literally taiping heavenly kingdom movement) was a massive rebellion or civil war in china that lasted from 1850 to 1864 fought between the established manchu-led qing dynasty and the millenarian movement of the heavenly kingdom. The taiping rebellion was a civil war in china from 1850 to 1864 it was led by hong xiuquan the taiping rebellion was against the ruling qing dynastyabout 20 million people died.
The taiping rebellion, also known as the taiping civil war or the taiping revolution, was a massive civil war in china between 1850 and 1864 it began when hong xiuquan (洪秀全), jesus' little brother a chinese evangelical christian cult leader, launched an armed rebellion against the reigning qing dynasty and established the taiping. The taiping rebellion, also known as the taiping civil war or the taiping revolution, was a massive rebellion or total civil war in china that was waged from 1850 to 1864 between the established manchu-led qing dynasty and the taiping heavenly kingdom under hong xiuquan. The world of a tiny insect: a memoir of the taiping rebellion and its aftermath nov 18, 2013 by zhang daye and xiaofei tian paperback $2700 $ 27 00 $3000 prime.
The taiping rebellion (1851 - 1864) was a millenarian uprising in southern china that began as a peasant rebellion and turned into an extremely bloody civil war it broke out in 1851, a han chinese reaction against the qing dynasty, which was ethnically manchu. Not until 1864 was the rebellion brutally put down it is estimated that the entire rebellion cost more than twenty million lives (twice that of world war i) even by the 1950s, some parts of central china had not yet fully recovered from the destruction of the taiping era.
The taiping heavenly kingdom, officially the heavenly kingdom of great peace, was an oppositional state in china from 1851 to 1864, supporting the overthrow of the qing dynasty by hong xiuquan and his followers. The taiping movement, an experimental revolution in china that struck a formidable blow to the manchus in the mid 19th century, is widely debated and questions pertaining to its ð''character', whether it was a rebellion or a revolution, remain largely unsettled. The taiping rebellion was a massive civil war in southern china from 1850 to 1864, against the ruling manchu-led qing dynasty it was a millenarian movement led by hong xiuquan, who announced that he had received visions in which he learned that he was the younger brother of jesus.