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The Three Kingdoms of China

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The Three Kingdoms of China

This book covers one of the most turbulent periods during the era of the Three Kingdoms of China, starting from 184 AD as the Han Dynasty began to collapse after the Yellow Turban Rebellion and ending at 280 AD when the last of the Three Kingdoms fell to the Jin Dynasty.

Table of contents[edit | edit source]

Events (Chronologically)[edit | edit source]

The Rise of the Three Kingdoms[edit | edit source]

The Wars of the Three Kingdoms[edit | edit source]


Decline of the Three Kingdoms[edit | edit source]

Notable Figures[edit | edit source]

Han Dynasty[edit | edit source]

  • Dong Zhuo
  • Diao Chan

Shu-Han Dynasty[edit | edit source]

  • Liu Bei
  • Zhuge Liang

The Five Tigers General[edit | edit source]

  • Zhao Yun(?-229年,字子龙,常山真定人。是继关羽、张飞之后最早追随刘备的将领,刘备称其"一身是胆",军中将士呼其为"虎威将军"。)
  • Guan Yu(?-220年,字云长,河东解良人。被民间尊为"关公",又称美髯公。历代朝廷多有褒封,崇为"武圣"。)
  • Zhang Fei(?-221年,字益德,幽州涿郡人。早期和关羽一起追随刘备左右。后被范疆、张达刺杀。刘禅时代追谥为"桓侯"。)
  • Ma Chao
  • Huang Zhong

Wu Dynasty[edit | edit source]

  • Sun Jian
  • Sun Ce
  • Sun Quan


Cao-Wei Dynasty[edit | edit source]

  • Cao Cao(155年-220年3月15日),字孟德,一名吉利,小字阿瞒,沛国谯县(今安徽亳州)人。东汉末年杰出的政治家、军事家、文学家、书法家,三国中曹魏政权的奠基人。
  • Sima Yi
  • Xiahou dun

Five Elite Generals of Wei[edit | edit source]

  • Zhang Liao
  • Yue Jin
  • Yu Jin
  • Zhang He
  • Xu Huang