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公元1644年，崇祯17年，率领着明末农民起义军进攻。曹化淳打开了彰仪门，李自成率领着部队蜂拥而入。无奈，心想大势已去，在太监的陪同下一起登上了煤山。崇祯 上吊殉国，两百对年的大明王朝就此终结。那么，值得讨论的是，李自成攻进 城之前，崇祯 为何不选择逃走?另图大计?俗话说，留得青山在，不怕没柴烧，死了，不就什么都没有了吗?
In 1644 and Chongzhen 17, he led the peasant uprising army in the late Ming Dynasty to attack Beijing. Cao Huachun opened the Zhangyi gate, and Li Zicheng led the troops to rush in. But, thinking that the situation is over, accompanied by the eunuch, we climbed the coal mountain together. Emperor Chongzhen hanged himself for his country, and the Ming Dynasty ended in two hundred years. So, it's worth discussing why emperor Chongzhen didn't choose to escape before Li Zicheng invaded Beijing? Another plan? As the saying goes, if you stay in Qingshan, you will not be afraid of burning without firewood. If you die, you will have nothing?
In addition, when Li Zicheng besieged Beijing, why didn't emperor Chongzhen order the world's soldiers and horses to be king Qin?
Before Li Zicheng entered Beijing, of course, Emperor Chongzhen would not. He ordered the world to fight for the king.
See the records of zhuanglidiji: Dinghai, the king of the world.
However, at this time, the Daming Dynasty, tottering, as the saying goes, the building will fall, alone, at this time, internal and external troubles, generals everywhere, dead, down, there is no ability to return to the king.
Li Zicheng fell in love with Ningwu and died in battle. In March Gengyin, when the thief arrived in Datong, Jiang GUI, the commander in chief of the army, sent the thief down. Jing Yuan, the governor of the capital, was seized and hanged himself.
The situation is critical, so we can't wait to die. In this case, Li Banghua, the imperial history of zuodu, and Li Mingrui, the commoner son of the right, asked the court to move south and let the prince Fu the army in the south of the Yangtze River. However, they were all rejected by Emperor Chongzhen.
According to the emperor records of mingshizhuang, the court officials were ordered to fight and guard the affairs. Li Banghua, the imperial history of zuodu, Li Mingrui, the son of Youshu, asked to move southward and Fu junjiangnan, the prince, were not allowed.
The emperor refused to escape or move to the south. There was only one result. He could only die in Beijing. At that time, no one in the Daming Dynasty could resist Li Zicheng's peasant uprising and turn the tide back.
Under the pressure of the army, many people, including some eunuchs, surrendered to Li Zicheng, even opened the city gate, which eventually led to Emperor Chongzhen's desperate suicide.
Why did emperor Chongzhen prefer to die rather than escape? There may be a glimmer of hope for escape.
Emperor Chongzhen once said to the ministers who proposed to move south, where can I go if the monarch dies for the country?
According to the emperor records of mingshizhuang, Xinmao and Li Jiantai invited them to move south. Renchen, summoning officials to the platform, showed that taishu had been built. He said, "where will I go when the monarch dies?" Li Banghua and other officials asked the prince to Fu the army in Nanjing, but they did not listen.
In doing so, Emperor Chongzhen had made up his mind to live or die with the state, never to escape or live in secret. From this point of view, Emperor Chongzhen is still a man of great integrity, much better than that. Zhao Gou has escaped for a lifetime. He is greedy for life and afraid of death. He has no backbone at all, which is not worthy of mentioning.
The death of emperor Chongzhen and the demise of the Ming Dynasty, however, the historical books still have a high evaluation of emperor Chongzhen.
According to the historical records, Emperor Chongzhen was a very diligent emperor, who had great ambition, made great efforts to govern, and had to bow to others. However, he had no plan to govern the country, no one's skill, and the inner part of the Ming Dynasty itself was rotten. What he took over from his hands was a mess, and it was inevitable that his country would die, unable to return to heaven.
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