Aisin Gioro ( ; Manchu: ) was the clan name of the Manchu emperors of the Qing dynasty (as well as the later short-lived regime in Manchukuo). The word aisin means gold in the Manchu language, but the meaning of gioro is unknown, probably surname. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aisin Gioro"
The Ancient Tombs at Longtou Mountain (龙头山古墓群) are a collection of 12 burials for royalty of the Balhae Kingdom. It is located on the Longtou Mountain, southeast Toudao Township (头道镇), Helong County (和龙市), Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin, China. The most famous of the burials is the Mausoleum of Princess Zhenxiao. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ancient Tombs at Longtou Mountain"
Balhae was a kingdom in northeast Asia from 698 to 926, occupying parts of Manchuria, northern Korea, and the Russian Far East. It was founded by Dae Jo-young, the leader of Goguryeo remnants. Balhae was conquered by the Khitans in 926. ...more on Wikipedia about "Balhae"
Buyeo ( Hangul: 부여) or Fuyu ( Chinese: 夫餘; Pinyin: Fūyú) was an ancient ethnic group and its kingdom in northern Manchuria, from about the 2nd century BC to 494. They claimed the inheritance of Gojoseon, and the rulers continued to use the Gojoseon titles of Tanje, meaning "emperor." Its remnants were absorbed by Goguryeo in 494, and both Goguryeo and Baekje, two of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, considered themselves successors of Buyeo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Buyeo (state)"
The China Far East Railway (a.k.a. Chinese Eastern Railway, CER) was a railway connecting China and the Russian Far East. English-speakers referred to key strategic portions of this line as the Manchurian Railway. Russians know this railway as , or (Kitaysko-Vostochnaya Zheleznaya Doroga, KVZhD). ...more on Wikipedia about "China Far East Railway"
The Convention of Peking ( Chinese: 北京條約 Pinyin: Běijīng Tiáoyūe) ( October 18, 1860), also known as the First Convention of Peking, was a treaty between the Qing Government of China and the British Empire, and between China and France, and China and Russia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Convention of Peking"
Diela was said to be a royal scholar of the Khitan court who, in either 916 or 925, invented the Khitan script — traditionally, after being shown the vertically written Old Uyghur alphabet by an ambassador. ...more on Wikipedia about "Diela"
The evacuation of Manchukuo occurred during the Soviet Red Army's invasion of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo, during the August Storm operation of August 1945. ...more on Wikipedia about "Evacuation of Manchukuo"
Gongsun Du ( Traditional Chinese: 公孫度, pinyin: Gōngsūn Dù; ?- 204) was a general of the Late Eastern Han Dynasty. He did not get the opportunity to really get into battle until Dong Zhuo seized power from Emperor Shao (the former Prince of Hongnong). Dong Zhuo in hoping to expand the empire gave Gongsun Du the command to attack Korea from across the sea. Du was successful in his attack and set up the Daifang commandery and Lelang commandery among others. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gongsun Du"
Gongsun Kang (?- 221) was a Chinese warlord in Liaodong and northwestern Korea. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gongsun Kang"
Gongsun Yuan (公孫淵 gong1 sun1 yuan1; ?- 238) was a Chinese warlord in Liaodong and northwestern Korea. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gongsun Yuan"
Guwalgiya was one a powerful Manchu clan. Kangxi's administrator Oboi came from this clan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guwalgiya"
Heseri was a Manchu clan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heseri"
Heshen ( Chinese: 和珅 ; pinyin: ; other transliteration: Hoshen) ( 1750 - February 22, 1799), from the (Manchu) Niohuru clan, was a Manchu official of the Qing Dynasty. Born Shanbao (善保), his given name was later changed into Heshen. His courtesy name (字) was Zhizhai (致齋). He was a member of the Plain Red Banner. Heshen was born as the son of a Manchu military officer and received a basic education in a Qing government school. He obtained the lowest examination degree in the Chinese civil service system. In 1772, he began work in the Imperial Palace, assigned as an imperial bodyguard and was stationed at the gates to the Forbidden Palace. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heshen"
The Kwantung Leased Territory (Chinese: 关东州, Guandongzhou, Japanese: 関東州; Kantoushu) was a composite territory in historic Eastern Manchuria that existed in the first half of the 20th century, from 1898 through 1945. Kwantung originally meant "east of Shanhaiguan", a reference to part of the city of Qinhuangdao (in today's Hebei province of the People's Republic of China), wherein lies the eastern end of the Great Wall of China. It literally means "The Pass of Mountain and Sea"., i.e. northeastern China equals Kwantung. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kwantung Leased Territory"
The Liao Dynasty ( ), 907- 1125, also known as the Khitan Empire, was an empire in eastern Asia that ruled over Manchuria, Mongolia, and parts of northern China proper. It was founded by the Yelü (耶律 Yēlǜ) family of the Khitan people in the final years of the Tang Dynasty, even though its first ruler, Yelü Abaoji, did not declare an era name until 916. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liao Dynasty"
This is a list of Manchu clans. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Manchu clans"
Magiya Hala (馬佳) was one of the Manchu Great Eight Clans. Originated from Jialiku Magiya area, named by the place. ...more on Wikipedia about "Magiya"
(Malgal) The Mohe were a Tungusic people in ancient Manchuria. They are sometimes considered the ancestors of modern-day Manchus. According to some records, they originally dwelt near the Liao River and later migrated southward. According to Chinese records, they were governed by the Buyeo kingdom, but broke free during the Chinese Three Kingdoms period. They subsequently became an autonomous state. They were involved in the early history of the Three Kingdoms period of Korea. The records of Baekje and Silla during the 1st century and 2nd century AD include numerous battles against the Mohe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Malgal"
Manchuria is a region of North East Asia, which historically has been inhabitted by the Jurchen peoples ( Manchu/ Manchurian). It lies east of Mongolia (region), north of Korea (region), in the north-east of China. It can be considered as part of Outer China. Until the Qing Dynasty, the region had a separate identity, but it is now subsumed under the Russian Far East and Chinese Manchuria, where Jurchen are no longer the dominant group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Manchuria (region)"
The Mausoleum of Princess Zhenxiao (贞孝公主墓) was made in 793 by the people of early Balhae Kingdom during Tang Dynasty of China, and is a part of the Ancient Tombs at Longtou Mountain in Jilin. The Mausoleum contains, among other things (see below), the first complete discovered and detailed murals done by Balhae artists, and hence provides valuable insights to historians. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mausoleum of Princess Zhenxiao"
Count Nikolai Pavlovich Ignatiev ( Russian: Николай Павлович Игнатьев) ( 17 January ( 29 January Old Style) 1832 – 20 June ( 3 July Old Style) 1908) was a Russian statesman and diplomat. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nicholas Pavlovich Ignatiev"
The Niohuru (meaning "wolf " in the Manchu language) were a powerful Manchu clan during the Qing dynasty in China. ...more on Wikipedia about "Niohuru"
The Qing Dynasty ( Manchu: daicing gurun; Chinese: 清朝; pinyin: qīng cháo; Wade-Giles: ch'ing ch'ao), sometimes known as the Manchu Dynasty, was founded by the Manchu clan Aisin Gioro, in what is today northeast China, expanded into China proper and the surrounding territories of Inner Asia, establishing the Empire of the Great Qing (Chinese: 大清帝國, pinyin: ). The Qing was the last imperial dynasty of China. Declared as the Later Jin Dynasty in 1616, it changed its name in 1636 to "Qing", and conquered all of China in 1644, ruling it until 1912. "Later Jin" is sometimes spelled "Later Jinn" to distinguish from another Later Jin Dynasty (936-946). ...more on Wikipedia about "Qing Dynasty"
The Russo-Japanese War ( 1904– 1905) was an extremely bloody conflict that grew out of the rival imperialist ambitions of Russia and Japan in Manchuria and Korea. The war was fought principally over possession of the town of Port Arthur (aka Lushun and Ryojun) and the Liaodong Peninsula, plus the railway from the port to Harbin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Russo-Japanese War"
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