Qing Dynasty Research Paper

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ACCEPTANCE OF ALL Throughout history, many empires have gained power and then progressively lost power to only be seceded by another empire. It is a mystery what exactly makes an empire so successful, and there is also another difficulty to keep the citizens in line. The Qing and Mughal Empires were the last ruling dynasties of China and India, respectively. A few evident aspects that worked well with these dynasties were the usage of assimilation and religious tolerance. The two empires made sure to keep the old traditions of the previous empire while at the same time incorporating new ones. In addition, these empires also adjusted to the religions that were different from them. They did not particularly adopt the religion, but they tolerated different religious beliefs. Their decimation in power can be seen when they gradually started to shy away from these aspects that made them so powerful.
The Manchu People and the Qing Dynasty
The Manchu and Qing Dynasty ruled from 1644 to 1911, and during their reign it was a time of
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His son consequently surrendered to the Manchus and gave the title of Yuan emperor to Huang Taiji. Two years after that occurrence, Huang Taiji renamed the Manchu Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty. The name was intended to add legitimacy to a barbarian rule. He took over Inner Mongolia and Korea, which the Manchu Dynasty had already conquered before his reign. In addition, he proceeded to take control of the Heilongjiang region, which is situated around the Amur River. The Qing Dynasty continued to honor and uphold the Ming tradition, which was based off of the Chinese imperial tradition. This continuance of the Ming tradition helped them to gain their own power. The new Qing dynasty rewarded a few of the Chinese collaborators. However, they later rebelled but were suppressed in heavy fighting. The new dynasty conquered an offshore island in

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