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  Battle of Sarhu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Battle of Sarhū refers to the series of battles between the Manchus and Ming on March 1619, which ended in the overwheliming victory of the former.
It is worth noting that the Manchu cavalry defeated matchlock and cannon forces, so the Battle of Sarhū is often compared to the Battle of Nagashino.
Nurhaci unified all Jurchen tribes except Yehe and took a hostile attitude toward Ming.
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 1619 - The Encyclopedia
March - Manchu leader Nurhaci is victorious at the Battle of Sarhu.
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 Articles > Military > Military History - Jongo Knows - Encyclopedia of China
The Battle of Mount Dingjun (定军山之战) took place in year 219, during the Three Kingdoms period of China.
The Battle of Sarhū refers to the series of battles between the Manchus and Ming on March 1619, which ended in the overwhelming victory of the former.Official documents exaggerate the numbers of Ming soldiers and Manchus up to 470 thousand and 60 thousand respectively.
The Battle of Changban (长板之伇) took place at Changban (near the modern-day city of Yichang in Hubei Province), China during the Three Kingdoms period in the year 208.
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 List of Chinese battles - China-related Topics LI-LL - China-Related Topics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
632 BC - Battle of Chengpu - Duke Wen of Jin defeats the Chu (state)Chu commander Ziyu, in the biggest battle of the Spring and Autumn PeriodSpring and Autumn period.
*208 - Battle of Red Cliffs - Cao Cao is defeated by the allied forces of Sun Quan and Liu Bei, foreshadowing the triparte of the Three Kingdoms.
383 - Battle of Fei River - Fu Jian is defeated by the Jin commander Xie An.
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The fact that it had survived after the Battle of Songshan and repulsed Manchu assaults on Ningyuan afterwards suggests that Wu Sangui's forces were roughly the equals of the fierce Manchu warriors.
In addition, in the days between the fall of Beijing and the Battle of Shanhaiguan, Wu Sangui was reluctantly courting the Qing court to aid him against Li Zicheng (according to the letter that Wu Sangui wrote to Dorgon), which suggested that Wu Sangui had insufficient strength against Li Zicheng.
Compared to his tough horsemen, the Ming soldiers were ill trained and low in morale, which led to the decisive defeat of the Ming army at the Battle of Sarhu in 1619.
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