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Recently, Xiaobian saw on the Internet that some people didn't know what they were doing. Anyway, they were talking to each other all the time. They said that the Wu family was very powerful. The Wu family was invincible in the world. They also said that there were 36 emperors before and after the five family names. So whether this is true or not? Let's analyze and uncover the secret together to see what happened!
First of all, let me tell you something about it. In fact, there are 36 emperors with the surname Wu. I don't know who is talking about it. In fact, there is only one emperor with the surname Wu. That is to say, there is only one emperor with the surname Wu in the history. All the others are fake.
But there are good netizens for you to find a few, grudging is it, you can see.
1. Wu Sangui
Wu Sangui (June 8, 1612-october 2, 1678) was born in Suizhong, Liaoning Province. He was born in Gaoyou, nanzhili (Gaoyou City, Jiangsu Province), the son of Wu Xiang, the chief soldier of Jinzhou, and his nephew. A famous political and military figure in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties.
In the Ming Dynasty, he was the general of Liaodong. He was appointed Xibo and guarded Shanhaiguan. Ascend the throne, open the martial arts to obtain the scholar, Wu Sangui wins the warrior. Soon, Wu Sangui took Fu Yin as the commander.
Chongzhen 17 years (1644) fell to the Qing Dynasty, in the great defeat, Fengping West King. In 1659, Wu Sangui took charge of Yunnan, led troops into Myanmar, and forced the king of Myanmar to hand over the Yongli emperor of the South Ming Dynasty.
In the first year (1662), Wu Sangui killed Yongli emperor of Nanming in Kunming. In the same year, Jin was granted the title of Prince of Pingxi, and he was also called San fan together with Geng Jingzhong, the king of Jingnan in Fujian and the king of Pingnan in Guangdong. In the 12th year of Kangxi (1673), he ordered the removal of the vassals.
Wu Sangui called himself the king of Zhou, the president of the world's Grand Admiral of water and land, and the general of Xingming, who wanted to kill the enemy. He issued a message of denunciation, which was historically called. In the 17th year of Kangxi (1678), Wu Sangui ascended the throne in Hengzhou (now Hengyang City) and became the emperor of the Zhou Dynasty.
In the autumn of 1678, Kangxi died in Hengyang.
2. Wu Qimai
Wang Yansheng (Nov. 25, 1075-feb. 9, 1135), the female real name of Emperor Taizong, Wu Qimai, the fourth younger brother, the second emperor, ascended the throne in 1123, with the title of Tianhui.
In October of the third year of Tianhui (1125), the sixth younger brother, ban Bo and Wan Yangao, became the commander-in-chief of the capital, and led the Jin army. The troops were divided into two routes, East and West, and forced into Bianjing, the capital of the Northern Song Dynasty. The two sides signed the agreement. In August of the fourth year of Tianhui (1126), after half a year's rest, Emperor Taizong once again ordered wanyanzongwang and wanyanzonghan armies to March southward, encircle Bianjing again, break the "six armour method" of Guojing, known as "the change".
In the first month of the 13th year of Tianhui (1135), he died in Mingde palace. At the age of 61, he was buried in Heling. His descendants were all killed by Wanliang, the king of Hailing. After he moved his capital to Beijing, he was buried in Gongling, dafangshan, the temple of Taizong. In the fifth year of the emperor's reign, the posthumous title of "emperor Wenlie, the sage Huiren and the sage of Dezhao, who should be transported by the body Yuan Dynasty".
Wu Shixuan (1666-1681), the eldest son and grandson of Wu Sangui. He was the second emperor of Wu Zhou.
In 1678, Wu Sangui became emperor and died soon. Wu Shixuan succeeded the emperor of Wu Zhou. He was named Honghua. He retired from Guiyang. Wu Shixuan was young and his army was lax. He fled to Kunming.
In 1681, Zhao Liangdong, Zhang Tai and Lai TA, the general of Dingyuan Pingkou army, entered Yunnan from the three roads of Shu, Qian and GUI. Wu Shixuan hurriedly ordered Xia Guoxiang, Hu Guozhu and Ma Bao to stop Zhao Liangdong. Guo Zhuang planned to fight Cai Yurong. Cai Yurong set fire to the forest. Guo Zhuang was defeated. At this time, the Qing army approached the provincial capital, and Wu Shixuan sent his counterpart from Xia state back to help. Wu Shixuan held fast to mount Wuhua and fought hard to resist. The Qing army encircled Kunming City and the two armies held a stalemate for several months. In the middle of October, the food in the city did not continue, and the culture and military were falling. The city of Kunming is broken, the General Hu Guozhu is killed in battle, Guo zhuangtu commits suicide, Wu Shixuan commits suicide, his wife Guo empress commits suicide, and more than 6700 people in the remnant surrender. Wu's first rank, Xia Guoxiang and Ma Bao were escorted to Beijing.
4. Wu Yuanji
Wu Yuanji (783-817), a native of Qingchi, Cangzhou City, Hebei Province. The general of the period, the son of Wu Shaoyang, the governor of Huaixi.
He started as a lawyer and moved to supervise the imperial historian and took photos of the governor of caizhou. After his father died, he claimed to stay, colluded with other towns in Hebei Province, and Weifu used it for his own use, which became a serious trouble for the court.
In the 12th year of Yuanhe reign, with the support of Pei Du, the prime minister, Tang and Deng Jiedu made snow attack on caizhou at night, and successfully captured Wu Yuanji and sent him to Chang'an for execution.
Conclusion: there are also a few people in 788, but they can't be regarded as emperors. They just went up and down, so there is only one emperor.
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