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Nurhachi

(ˌnʊəˈhɑːtʃɪ)
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(Biography) 1559–1626, Manchurian leader, who unified the Manchurian state and began (1618) the Manchurian conquest of China
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At the beginning of the 17th century, all the Manchu clans were united and organized into an effective fighting force by Nurhaci (1559-1626).
It is set at the time of the fall of the Ming dynasty in 1644 and centers on the adventures of (Yuan Chengzhi), the fictional son of (Yuan Chonghuan 1584-1630), the famous Ming general who defeated Nurhaci and was later wronged and executed by the Emperor Chongzhen ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1611-1644).
La presencia de un lider como Nurhaci (1559-1626) permitio cambios radicales en la organizacion social de los manchues, que paulatinamente ingresaron al circuito internacional de la plata, ese poderoso vehiculo economico que penetraba a todo el orbe en aquel momento.
Prior to that chapter, Danzhong lu describes the rise of Nurhaci (1559-1626), the frequent personnel changes of Liaodong chief commanders, and the consecutive defeats of Ming troops on the northeast border.
Some justified rebuffing early overtures from the Jurchen leader Nurhaci by "the excuse of the Ming prohibition on direct relations between tributary countries" (Kye 2006b, 160-161, 163).
The 1619 war was initiated by Ming China (1368-1644) against the Latter Jin (1616-36), the predecessor of the Qing empire (1636-1912), established by the Jianzhou Jurchen (K: Konju Yojin [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) in 1616 under the leadership of Nurhaci, who from the late sixteenth century had been successfully consolidating various Jurchen tribes inhabiting Manchuria.
140) While Nurhaci and Hong Taiji were aware of Zhou and Tang models of statecraft, Hong Taiji's brother, Dorgon, who assumed authority as Prince Regent in 1643, explicitly compared himself--and was compared by others--with the Duke of Zhou.