Manchu dynasty

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Synonyms for Manchu dynasty

the last imperial dynasty of China (from 1644 to 1912) which was overthrown by revolutionaries

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What is so exciting about this bowl is its solid provenance--it was first sold in 1947 by Bluett & Sons in London and then published in 1948 in Monochrome Porcelain of the Ming and Manchu Dynasty, an exhibition catalogue by the Oriental Ceramic Society.
The first volume takes the reader up to the late 1800s and the efforts of the Manchu dynasty of China to control Tibet.
1912-1922: The Republic of China is founded after the fall of the Manchu dynasty.
Landing on Chinese soil after the fall of the Manchu dynasty, Segalen writes that the country "no longer exists" (108).
Chinese tea was largely unsuitable and China was, in any case, in total confusion caused by the civil wars after the fall of the Manchu dynasty and the later Japanese invasions.
The Japanese naval victory over the Tsarist fleet occurred only six years before the Manchu dynasty collapsed, and eleven years before Tsarism came to a bloody end.
What the Chinese communists have taken control of is the vast imperial system created by the Manchu dynasty in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, when China became the second largest political unit after Russia.
As a farming community in its early years, it attracted many Chinese laborers, who were being secretly trained to overthrow the Manchu dynasty, according to historical accounts.
Although the many attempts at uprising which he and his comrades made since 1905 were unsuccessful, they did produce the accumulating effect of weakening the conservative forces which wanted to preserve the Manchu dynasty.