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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Tina Chen stars in the latter play as the Dowager Empress of the Manchu Dynasty.
The Uighurs launched over forty revolts against China's Manchu dynasty between 1759 and 1862, expelling the Manchus in 1863.
Yanyan has no plans for marriage--until she meets handsome Liang, her brother's friend, who is plotting to restore the Manchu dynasty and wants her to run off with him to be a revolutionary.
Elliott (Stanford UP), which looks at the way in which the Manchu dynasty ruled in China for 250 years, while maintaining their ethnic identity.
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.
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.
Spence was the eighteenth such lecturer, and on 11-12 April 1996, he discussed his research on the Taiping Rebellion during the Qing or Manchu Dynasty in nineteenth-century China (not the eighteenth century as stated in the foreword) with greater emphasis on the religious aspects that inspired this extraordinary event.
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.
China's revolution, which began with the collapse of the Manchu dynasty in 1911, has not yet run its course.
Sun Yat-sen, widow of the patriot who overthrew the Manchu dynasty in 1911.
In 1911 a revolution in China led by Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925) overthrew the child emperor, Hsuan-tung (1906-1967), and brought the Manchu dynasty to an end after two and a half centuries.
Landing on Chinese soil after the fall of the Manchu dynasty, Segalen writes that the country "no longer exists" (108).
During the Manchu dynasty, there existed the Li-fan-Yuan, the bureau that oversaw Tibetan (& also Mongol etc.
1912-1922: The Republic of China is founded after the fall of the Manchu dynasty.