The Manchurian frontier in Chʼing history

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Manchuria (China) -- Bound

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Statement[by] Robert H. G. Lee.
SeriesHarvard East Asian series,, 43
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS783 .L4
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Pagination229 p.
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Open LibraryOL5696622M
ISBN 100674547756
LC Control Number70095926

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lee, Robert H.G. Manchurian frontier in Chʼing history. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Aisin Gioro, Ulhicun; Jin, Shi.

"Manchuria from the Fall of the Yuan to the rise of the Manchu State ()" (PDF).

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Retrieved 10 March Association for Asian Studies. Lee, Robert H. (), The Manchurian frontier in Chʼing history, Volume 43 of Harvard East Asian series, Center for East Asian Studies, Harvard University. Korea was a dependency of China since the Middle Ages at least, but fell under the Japanese rule and became independent eventually.

There were times when the Mongols ruled China and when China ruled the Mongols, but the entire Mongolia (Inner and Outer) is claimed by China for some reason.