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After the establishment, the remaining forces have been pursued and beaten. After many northern expeditions, such as Feng Sheng, the Mongols lost and then lost. In 1388 A.D., Zhu Yuanzhang sent a northern expedition. In the battle of fishing in the sea, sapphire destroyed the last hope of the dynasty, and the Mongol Empire fell apart. However, in Central Asia, the Timur Empire established by the Mongolian aristocrat Timur gradually rose.
At the beginning of Timur's rise, in order to resist the Mongolian gold family, he sent envoys to pay tribute to the Ming Dynasty based on the principle that the enemy of the enemy is a friend. Zhu Yuanzhang was very happy and sent 1500 envoys to Central Asia, led by Fu'an and Guo Ji, to make friends with Timur. Unexpectedly, these envoys did not hear from each other until 13 years later.
It turns out that Timur was originally a cunning man. When the 1500 envoys of the Ming Dynasty arrived in Central Asia after more than a year, Timur Empire had conquered Turkey, Iran and other countries and became a formidable empire. They did not need to flatter the Ming Dynasty. Therefore, these envoys were detained. After that, Zhu Yuanzhang sent people to look for the whereabouts of these envoys, but there was no news.
Until Zhu Di ascended the throne, the Ming Dynasty was still looking for them. In the third year of Yongle, Timur passed away. His successor was weak and incompetent. In order to ease the relationship with the Ming Dynasty, two years later, he sent his emissary back to the Ming Dynasty. As you know, Fu'an and Guo Ji were still alive, and they were loyal and unyielding in the enemy camp for 13 years. Fu'an and Guo Ji were both in their prime when they set out. When they returned, they were already silver haired and emaciated. They had been in Yongle for seven years when they returned to the Ming Dynasty. The 1500 people who went to Central Asia with them were only 17. It's a heroic story, but it's not finished.
In addition, in the period of Zhu Yuanzhang, after the defeat of the Mongols, they split into three tribes, namely Tatar, Wara and wuliangha. Among them, Tatar is the descendant of the golden family. They have a dream that one day they can rebuild the Mongol Empire. Therefore, during the Ming Dynasty, Tatars gradually recovered their vitality and began to invade the south.
After Zhu Di ascended the throne, he was eager to stabilize his internal affairs, but he never started against Mongolia. However, the Tatars bullied Zhu Di's "weakness" and intensified their aggression to the south. In the seventh year of Yongle, Fu'an and Guo Ji returned from Central Asia. Zhu Di needed an emissary who knew Mongolian to send Tatar. Zhu Di finally selected Guo Ji. Guo Ji returned to the Ming Dynasty after 13 years. After a rest of less than a month, he left for Tatar.
Tatar Khan became increasingly arrogant in his loss of Benya. In order to establish his power, he even humiliated Guo Ji in public. Guo Ji refused to give in. In front of many Mongolian tribal leaders, Benya forces killed Guo Ji and threatened to "fight against the Ming Dynasty and restore the Yuan Dynasty". Guo Ji did not expect to die in Central Asia, but in the Mongolian grassland. Mongolian Tatar killed the hero of Ming Dynasty, which made other tribes very uneasy. Someone secretly reported to Ming Dynasty. Zhu Di was shocked when he heard about it. Qiu Fu, the head of the "four Dukes of Jingnan" sent by Chu Di, led the troops to invade Tatar.
Qiu Fu was the vanguard of the battle of Jingnan in Zhu Di. He was the leader of all the generals of Jingnan. He led 100000 soldiers out of the pass. Before leaving, Zhu Di warned Qiu Fu, "don't underestimate the enemy. If someone tells you it's easy to defeat the Tatars, don't believe it." ":
First of all, Benya killed Guo Ji, the envoy of Benya. The emperor was furious and sent his troops to beg for it. Life (Qiu) fupeiyin The emperor thought that the enemy would be despised and said, "be careful in military matters. Since Kaiping to the north, there is no Kou. It's better to keep up with the enemy at all times. If you fail to succeed in one stroke, you will do so later. "
However, Qiu Fu despised the enemy. Despite his subordinates' dissuasion, he killed the old nest disguised by the Tatars directly. By the plan of the Tatars to lure the enemy, 100000 troops would never return. Even Qiu Fu himself died.
Qiu Fu's defeat directly led to two results:
First, the Tatars were more invincible. They believed that the Ming army was so reckless in their invasion of the south, as if they would soon resume the Great Yuan Dynasty.
Second, when a hero died, he lost another 100000 troops. Zhu Di could not sit still. He became angry and exiled Qiu Fu's family. Then he ignored the opposition of the courtiers and led a 500000 army,.
Zhu Di led the army all the way to the place where Qiu Fu was defeated. At this time, the body of the 100000 Ming army had not completely rotted. Zhu Di ordered that the soldiers be buried and the Luqu river be renamed "Yinma River", which expressed that the Ming army soldiers should drink horses here forever and rule this place thoroughly. Zhu Di asked the army to take 20 days' rations, and finally chased the main Tatar force on the Bank of the river. On that day, the water of the river turned red, and Tatar Khan fled after a tragic defeat (later killed by the tribe of Wara, his head was given to Zhu Di).
The Nunan river was the place where Genghis Khan rose. Zhu Di stood on the Bank of the river, with an indescribable ambition in his heart. In Zhudi, he made five personal expeditions to Mongolia. Each time, he had to look at the Nunan river.
Guo Ji is a type of hero. At the same time, he is also a type of hero. Because of Guo Ji's death, Zhu Di sent Qiu Fu to attack Tatar, but Qiu Fu lost 100000 troops of the Ming Dynasty, which made Zhu Di have to fight for Mongolia personally. Therefore, Guo Ji was the fuse of Zhu Di's reign in Mongolia, and the death of Qiu Fu strengthened Zhu Di's determination to fight for Mongolia. Some people say that with Zhu Di's ambition, it will be sooner or later for him to invade Mongolia. However, without the death of Guo Ji, Zhu Di might not have conquered Mongolia so early. Without Qiu Fu and 100000 soldiers, Zhu Di might not lead his troops to Mongolia.
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