The emperor who loved war most in Chinese history, fought for 43 years in 54 years

The geographical map of our country looks like a cock standing upright, with a vast territory of 9.6 million square kilometers. However, this land is a river and mountain that our forefathers used their own sweat and sweat. It was obtained through the hard work of many generations of emperors. In the history of our country, there has been such an emperor. He has not been idle in his life. He has been in office for more than fifty-four years and has spent 40 years in foreign warfare. It is because of this emperor s poor soldiers. Only created the Qing Dynasty map more than a thousand years later, he is

For the emperor Han Wu, historians of different generations criticized him differently. Some people said that he was very happy, and that many years of battles were to satisfy his vanity. Others said that he was brave and resolute, and he did not hesitate to protect his country and The people declared war against foreigners. But it is undeniable that the territories of the later generations of China were generally formed during the Han Dynasty. The subsequent monarchs only repaired and repaired this framework, and did not vigorously expand the territories. Only in the Han Dynasty, the Han Dynasty was only Really established a dynasty in the historical sense. We all know that in the history, the Qin Dynasty followed by the Han Dynasty. Although the Qin Dynasty completed the unification of the six kingdoms, unified the words, unified the weights and measures, and Qin Shihuang also established the county system. Not as big as the Han Dynasty, the territory of the Qin Dynasty, Lintong in t he west to Gansu, and the coastal area of ​​Guangdong today in the south. In the reign of Emperor Han Wu, the original territory was greatly expanded.

Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty Liu Che began to assume the throne at the age of 16. After Emperor Han Wu of the Han Dynasty ascended the throne, his economic power has been greatly enhanced after the historical empire of Wenjing in the Han Dynasty. The first 40 years of the position, on the one hand, began to consolidate the existing land of the Qin Dynasty, and on the other hand, began to further expand the national territory. The first is the development of northern territories. At that time, the north was occupied by the Huns for a long time. In order to occupy the northern territories, Emperor Hanwu began to declare war on the Huns. Since 129 BC, it has gone through a total of thirty to forty years. Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty appointed Wei Qinghuo as a general, launched a long-term war against the Huns, and recaptured the Hetao area. After several major battles with the Han Dynasty, the Huns began to decline.

In 121 BC, Huo Quyi was ordered to attack Hexi and defeat the Huns. Later, the Hun evil king led the public to the Han. At this point, the territory of the Han Dynasty expanded to the Hexi Corridor and the Huangshui Basin, and the gates of the Western Region were opened. Jiuquan was successively set up., Dunhuang and other five counties are used to manage these areas. It is worth mentioning that these areas were originally places where the Huns and some nomadic peoples lived. Emperor Hanwu reigned for more than 50 years and spent 40 years to seize the land of these people and make them Han. One of the lands of the DPRK, closely linked them to the interior, and continued to the Qing Dynasty. Modern times, this not only strengthened the centralization of the Han Dynasty, but also strengthened the political, economic, and cultural exchanges in various regions. The territory of the Qing Dynasty more than a thousand years later, but how the historians of later generations appraised the poo r soldiers of the Emperor Hanwu, but as an emperor, his achievements at least in territorial expansion are worthy of recognition.

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