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When it comes to the rebellion of the seven kingdoms in the Western Han Dynasty, you should know more or less. There were too many vassal states at that time, and there was no good way. So some netizens have to ask, what happened to the rebellion at last? It seems that the end of the rebellion was very tragic. Let's analyze and uncover the secret together Look!
The rebellion of the seven kingdoms was a joint rebellion of the vassal states during the period of emperor Jingdi of the Western Han Dynasty. The reason was that emperor Jingdi of the Han Dynasty adopted the suggestions of weakening the power of the vassal states and strengthening the centralization of power, and successively ordered to cut off the vassals of Chu, Zhao and other vassal states. At this time, Liu Zhen, king of Wu, took the opportunity to join forces with Liu Wu, king of Chu, Liu Sui, king of Zhao, Wang Guang of Jinan, Liu Xian, king of Zichuan, Liu ang, king of Jiaoxi, king of Jiaodong and other seven kings to launch a rebellion in the name of "". Finally, under the attack of the generals, such as luanbu and Liji, the rebellion was pacified after only three months. Most of the seven kingdoms were also abolished by Emperor Jingdi of Han Dynasty, which greatly weakened the power of the princes and greatly strengthened the centralization of power. Since then, the princes no longer have the strength to fight against the central government, which laid the foundation for the later implementation of the policy.
After a general introduction of the Seven Kingdoms rebellion, let's take a look at the results of the seven kings who participated in the rebellion.
1. Liu Zhen, king of Wu. Liu Zhen is the son of Liu Zhong, Liu Bang's second brother, and Liu Bang's nephew. He is brave and courageous in temperament. He followed Liu bangpo in the early stage and made great contributions to the war. Later, he was granted the title of King Wu, guarding Jiangdong, and also the initiator of the chaos of the seven kingdoms. In 154 B.C., Liu Fu led the army to attack Liang. Liu Wu, the king of Liang, was unable to defend the city, so he had to withdraw and decided to fight with Zhou Yafu. However, Zhou Yafu refused to take the fight because of his sharp edge. He also sent troops to cut off the grain roads of Wu and Chu. The common saying was "one spirit, one decline, three exhaustion". After the army of Wu was demoralized because of lack of food, Zhou Yafu's whole army attacked and defeated the army of Wu in the first World War. After Liu ran away, he was killed in East Vietnam and sent to Chang'an for the first time.
2. Liu Wu, king of Chu. Liu Wu is the grandson of Liu Jiao, the fourth younger brother of Liu Bang. At that time, Emperor Jingdi of Han Dynasty ordered to cut Liu Wu's enclosure because of Liu Wu's drinking and playing during the thin mourning, which caused Liu Wu's dissatisfaction. When he joined forces with Liu Fu and others, the chaos of the seven countries was the most violent. Later, the Allied forces of the two countries were defeated by Zhou Yafu. After the King Wu was killed, he was also forced to commit suicide.
3. Zhao Wang and Liu Sui. Liu Sui is the son of Liu Bang's six sons and the grandson of Liu Bang. After starting the army, the imperial court sent Li Ji to attack Liu Sui. Liu Sui defended the capital city of Handan, waiting for the Wu Chu allied forces to join forces with Wu Chu allied forces to release the encirclement of Handan, and set out to Chang'an. When the Wu Chu allied forces defeated Liang state and could not move westward, luanbu, who was in charge of the peaceful land, first joined forces with Li Ji to flood Handan. The city of Handan was broken, and Liu Sui committed suicide.
4. Jinan Wang Liu Biguang, Zichuan Wang Liu Xian, Jiaoxi Wang Liu ang, Jiaodong Wang Liu xiongqu. The reason why they are written together is that they are all the sons of Liu Bang's eldest son, Liu Bang's and his fiefdoms are all in Qi. As the saying goes, brothers are united in one heart, and their profits break the gold. Even the rebellion is the same as brothers. It seems that they must have a good chance and full of confidence. However, after the rebellion, the four kings besieged Linzi, the capital of Qi. They didn't leave in March. What's more ridiculous is that they besieged their other brother, Liu Jianglu, the king of Qi. It's ironic that the two brothers were one and the other were brothers. And Liu Jianglu didn't really defend the city for the Han Dynasty. While guarding the city, he sent people to contact his brother who besieged the city and was ready to fight back at any time. Fortunately, the imperial court sent luanbu troops to the Qi area in time to pacify the rebellion, which led to the withdrawal of the four kings. Otherwise, the situation in Qi area was not optimistic. At last, Liu Biguang, Liu Xian and Liu xiongqu were defeated and killed, and Liu ang committed suicide.
It can be seen that all the seven kings who launched the chaos of the seven countries died without exception.
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