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Liu Bei is the patriarchal clan of King Jing of Hanzhong mountain. He devoted his whole life to the restoration of Hanshi. After a rough struggle, he finally became emperor in Chengdu in 221 A.D. and established a tripartite confrontation with Wei and Wu. After Liu Bei ascended the throne, he was ambitious. After occupying Hanzhong, the eastern Wu raided Jingzhou and was killed. Liu Bei, regardless of the opinions of all the people, raised his army to fight against the eastern Wu in the year of zhangwuyuan, but was defeated by Wu and returned to the city of Baidi. Later, Liu Bei became ill and died. The army of Shu moved.
When Cao Wei heard about it, he was very happy. He wanted to fight during the chaos of the Shu army, but his brow was locked. He was Huang Quan. Before Huang Quan, he was a subordinate with profound knowledge, but unfortunately he was not put into use. At that time, Liu Bei wanted to join Liu Zhang. He advised him not to lead the first leader into Shu, but not to allow two tigers in one mountain. Liu Zhang did not listen to him, and reduced him to the commander of Guanghan. Later, Liu Bei and Liu Zhang split and laid down many cities. Huang Quan had no choice but to turn to Liu Bei. After Huang Quan's surrender, Liu Bei did not hold grudges, instead he put him in high position.
In 215 ad, Cao Cao sent troops to fight against Hanzhong, and Zhang Lu fled to Bazhong after losing the war. So Huang Quan told Liu Bei, "Hanzhong is an important part of Bashu, and it must not be lost." Liu Bei immediately sent reinforcements to help and rescue. Unexpectedly, Zhang Lu had surrendered to Cao Cao at that time, so the war turned into a battle between Liu Bei and Cao Cao to occupy Hanzhong.
In this war, fearing no danger, he braved and led the soldiers back to Hanzhong. Later generations thought that this victory was due to, but did not know that these were first proposed by Huang Quan. In my opinion, Huang Quan should take the lead in the battle of Hanzhong.
In 219 A.D., Liu Bei let Huang Quan work in the government. After that, he was an important counselor under Liu Bei's account, offering advice to Liu Bei. On the eve of the battle of Yiling, Huang Quan warned Liu Bei not to act rashly. However, Liu Bei didn't listen at that time. He camped in the Yiling area for 40 Li and was immediately seen through by Lu Xun. He beat Liu Bei's army back with fire and forced Liu Bei to withdraw to the city of white Emperor. Huang Quan was unable to retreat in the north of the river at that time, so he had to surrender.
People in Shu state want to deal with Huang Quan's family. Liu Bei cherishes talents very much, saying that he failed him, not Huang Quan, and his fault should not be borne by his subordinates. Later, he regretted that he was confused for a while and didn't listen to his opinions. It can be seen that Liu Bei is really right and wrong and dare to admit his mistake. Liu Bei's attitude is really in sharp contrast to that of the defeated. No wonder Cao Cao once said that Liu Bei was a hero.
As a hero, Liu Bei should not only have strategy, but also be tolerant and magnanimous. His opponents will be close to each other. Liu Bei is such a charming person. After Huang Quan surrendered, he never forgot Liu Bei's kindness to him. Facing the questioning, Huang Quan also revealed his gratitude to Liu Bei. Therefore, Liu Bei is a good monarch in Huang Quan's eyes. The news of Liu Bei's death really broke his heart. However, he had already returned to Cao Wei, and could only feel sad in his heart.
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