Today, what are the "Wu" that Xiaobian brought to you? I hope it can help you.
Recently, many people have also said that this person is very competent. Xiaobian doesn't make any introduction. Anyway, there is such a saying. Many people say that there are nearly dozens of emperors with the surname Wu. This Xiaobian thinks it's a bit of a pull. So if it's a pull, it's necessary to prove it. Is there really an emperor with the surname Wu in this Chinese history book? If so, How many people have traveled? Let's analyze and have a look!
There is no orthodox emperor surnamed Wu in the history books of China. The only one can be regarded as orthodox, but in fact, it is not the orthodox emperor surnamed Wu. In 1678, Wu Sangui ascended the throne in Hengzhou (now Hengyang City) and became the emperor. His name was Dazhou, the capital of Hengyang and Zhaowu of Jianyuan. Therefore, the surname Wu really did not appear as an emperor in ancient times, nor was it an orthodox one.
The regime established by Wu Sangui:
The Wu Zhou regime is a separatist regime established by Wu Sangui because of Kangxi's desire to unify the Han kings and force them to fight against the Han king. From the 17th year of Kangxi (1678) to the third year of Honghua (1681) in October. In 1673, the Qing government ordered the removal of the vassals, and Wu Sangui rebelled against the Qing Dynasty.
He claimed to be the king of Zhou, the commander-in-chief of water and land under the president of the country, and the general of Xingming. He issued a proclamation. He joined forces with Wang Shizi of Pingnan, Geng Jingzhong of Jingnan, general sun Yanling of Guangxi, and Wang Fuchen, the governor of Shaanxi, to fight against the Qing Dynasty and restore the Ming Dynasty. He sent his troops to Guangxi, Sichuan, Hunan, Fujian, and Guangdong provinces. The war spread to Jiangxi, Shaanxi, Gansu and other provinces.
In 1678, Wu Sangui became the emperor of Hengzhou, Hunan Province, the country's name was Dazhou, Jianyuan Zhaowu. He died in Changsha in the autumn of the same year. His grandson succeeded and retired from Yunnan.
Twenty years of Kangxi (1681) Kunming was surrounded, Wu Shixuan committed suicide, more than the people came out. The descendants of Wu Sangui were completely killed. Including the baby in its infancy. There is a biography of Wu Sangui.
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