Chinese Dynasties's Influence On Chinese History

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The Yellow River is said to be the cradle of Chinese civilization. With thousands of year, history China is one of the world's most ancient civilizations. During this time lots of dynasties have fell and rose. Different dynasty had different affects on Chinese History, however the people who were actually able to make a huge impact in Chinese History were the emperors of the dynasties. The personalities and ways of ruling varied from emperor to emperor. Despite all that only a few were able influence Chinese history. The three major emperors that are worthy of comparing and contrasting in Chinese history were Genghis Khan, Liu Bang and Kublai Khan.
There are many similarities and differences between Genghis Khan and Liu bang. Genghis Khan was born in a Nomadic tribe in Mongolia. He later became the emperor of the Mongol Empire, which stretched throughout Asia. After the death of Genghis Khan, his grand son Kublai Khan became the emperor of China. While Liu bang was just a commoner until he succeed in overthrowing the Qin. They were both raised in extremely different situations, therefore their views on the world were also different. Genghis Khan believed absolute obedience would be obtained through fear. For the cities that refused to
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However, they also have quite a few similarities. These comparing and contrasting help us learn about the historical values of ancient China. It is important to learn history because The only way we can understand who we are at the moment and how we became this current stat is by studying the past. People cannot understand a separate individual without knowing its past. In order to fully understand someone you must learn its past or we will make mistakes in our interactions. As a wise man once said “Those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it.” ― Edmund

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