T'ai Ping Rebellion

T'ai Ping Rebellion

1850–64 A Southern China revolt against Manchu rule led by Christian convert Hung Hsiu-ch’uan (1812–64) in which probably between 20 and 30 million died.
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This T'ai Ping Rebellion would last fourteen years and be probably the bloodiest civil war in history, killing as many people as would be killed in World War I.
The Russians crushed a Polish rebellion, and the T'ai Ping Rebellion came to an end as the Manchu forces took Nanking with the help of the British.