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18th China Resurgent as Qing Dynasty
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villagers, Han, epidemics, Mugal, Manchu, Manchus, epics, southernization, sliced, interior, occupy, foreheads, Galdan, justice, classical, Turkestan, hamlets, Beijing, superpower, crushed, India, Russia, superpower
as the Ming Dyansty ends, China does not follow the fate of           
India faced a slow corrosion to            authority
the new Qing dynasty that was created in China in the wake of the              invasions (1627, 1636)
China was in many respects the world's                      at the time
the Ming dynasty faded                    
agrarian expansion
climate change
people fleeing
                  , social crisis
reversing the process of the                                of the Chinese
by 1661, the population shrunk to 10 million
important continuities
the way the Manchus took over the Chinese first turned them inwards
brought remnants of old power into the new Qing system
tried to reestablish        ethnic purity
return to                    studies away from teachings of late Ming
dress code
straight jackets
shaved                   
tried to expand west and south
ran up against              which was also expanding
Qing conquest of                   
Choros Erdeniin              (1644-1697)
victim of expansion of Qing
Qing had to extend supply lines into hinterland expeditions
most of them failed
but Qing was determined to expand
1691 finally they drove Galdan into his last               
1697 became a chase into the Gobi desert
guerrilla wars was against                    as they plowed through
Galdan's only hope for survival would be draw his troops very far into the                 
he eventually because too outnumbered by the               
Galdan was surrounded and killed
his body was transported back to                in a ceremonial parade
this showed the power of the Qing and Manchu heroism
Chinese writers were employed to write            and theater pieces about this
dynasty showed pardons over his subjects
showed how he could bring                to other peoples
Galdan's body was              up in public so that his physical presence on this earth could be eradicated
asked many leaders to come and watch as his bones were brought out one by one, each one                in public
so it was that by 1700 China rejoined the race to              the shrinking open spaces of the world
empires:
Mughal Empire (1526–1857)
extended over large parts of the Indian subcontinent, Akbar most famous ruler
did not stamp out the local societies it came to rule, but rather balanced and pacified them through new administrative practices
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Early 20th Century American Imperialism
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