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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: People executed by China, Yue Fei, Liu Rengong, Martyr Saints of China, Wang Zongbi, Tsarong, Jing Hui, Francis Xavier Ford, George Carleton Lacy, Cui Hang, Doulu Zhuan, Yinreng, Abdullah Bughra, Yinsi, Prince Lian, Sun Lang, Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: People executed by China, Yue Fei, Liu Rengong, Martyr Saints of China, Wang Zongbi, Tsarong, Jing Hui, Francis Xavier Ford, George Carleton Lacy, Cui Hang, Doulu Zhuan, Yinreng, Abdullah Bughra, Yinsi, Prince Lian, Sun Lang, Empress Song, Zou Rong, Princess Duan, Yintang, Gun. Excerpt: Yue Fei (March 24, 1103 - January 27, 1142) was a famous Chinese patriot and military general who fought for the Southern Song Dynasty against the Jurchen armies of the Jin Dynasty. Since his death, Yue Fei has evolved into the standard model of loyalty in Chinese culture. A biography of Yue Fei, the Eguo Jintuo Zuibian ( ), was written 60 years after his death by his grandson, the poet and historian Yue Ke ( ) (1183-post 1240). In 1346 it was incorporated into the History of Song or Song Sh, a 496-chapter record of historical events and biographies of noted Song Dynasty individuals, compiled by Yuan Dynasty prime minister Toktoghan and others. Yue Fei's biography is found in the 365th chapter of the book and is numbered biography 124. Some later historians including Deng Guangming (1907-1998) now doubt the veracity of many of Yue Ke's claims about his ancestor. According to the History of Song, Yue Fei was named "Fei," meaning to fly, because at the time he was born "A large bird like a swan landed on the roof of their house." Front cover of General Yue Fei."Yue Fei's second biography, a wuxia fiction named Shuo Yue Quan Zhuan ( - "The Story of Yue Fei," literally "Telling the Complete Biography of Yue Fei"), was written by Qian Cai ( ), who lived sometime during the reign of Qing Dynasty Emperor Kangxi and Emperor Yongzheng (1661-1735). A dating symbol in its preface points either to the year 1684 or to 1744. It was banned in the reign of Emperor Qianlong. There are two main versions of this novel in existence. The orig...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: People executed by China, Yue Fei, Liu Rengong, Martyr Saints of China, Wang Zongbi, Tsarong, Jing Hui, Francis Xavier Ford, George Carleton Lacy, Cui Hang, Doulu Zhuan, Yinreng, Abdullah Bughra, Yinsi, Prince Lian, Sun Lang, Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: People executed by China, Yue Fei, Liu Rengong, Martyr Saints of China, Wang Zongbi, Tsarong, Jing Hui, Francis Xavier Ford, George Carleton Lacy, Cui Hang, Doulu Zhuan, Yinreng, Abdullah Bughra, Yinsi, Prince Lian, Sun Lang, Empress Song, Zou Rong, Princess Duan, Yintang, Gun. Excerpt: Yue Fei (March 24, 1103 - January 27, 1142) was a famous Chinese patriot and military general who fought for the Southern Song Dynasty against the Jurchen armies of the Jin Dynasty. Since his death, Yue Fei has evolved into the standard model of loyalty in Chinese culture. A biography of Yue Fei, the Eguo Jintuo Zuibian ( ), was written 60 years after his death by his grandson, the poet and historian Yue Ke ( ) (1183-post 1240). In 1346 it was incorporated into the History of Song or Song Sh, a 496-chapter record of historical events and biographies of noted Song Dynasty individuals, compiled by Yuan Dynasty prime minister Toktoghan and others. Yue Fei's biography is found in the 365th chapter of the book and is numbered biography 124. Some later historians including Deng Guangming (1907-1998) now doubt the veracity of many of Yue Ke's claims about his ancestor. According to the History of Song, Yue Fei was named "Fei," meaning to fly, because at the time he was born "A large bird like a swan landed on the roof of their house." Front cover of General Yue Fei."Yue Fei's second biography, a wuxia fiction named Shuo Yue Quan Zhuan ( - "The Story of Yue Fei," literally "Telling the Complete Biography of Yue Fei"), was written by Qian Cai ( ), who lived sometime during the reign of Qing Dynasty Emperor Kangxi and Emperor Yongzheng (1661-1735). A dating symbol in its preface points either to the year 1684 or to 1744. It was banned in the reign of Emperor Qianlong. There are two main versions of this novel in existence. The orig...

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