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Jews and Judaism in China

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 80. Chapters: Chinese Jews, Jewish Chinese history, Synagogues in Hong Kong, Aurel Stein, Connie Chung, Huang Chao, History of the Jews in China, Chiune Sugihara, Shanghai International Settlement, Shanghai Ghetto, Jewish settlement... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 80. Chapters: Chinese Jews, Jewish Chinese history, Synagogues in Hong Kong, Aurel Stein, Connie Chung, Huang Chao, History of the Jews in China, Chiune Sugihara, Shanghai International Settlement, Shanghai Ghetto, Jewish settlement in Imperial Japan, Kaifeng Jews, A Jewish Girl in Shanghai, Radhanite, Adolph Joffe, Edward Isaac Ezra, Nathan Gregory Silvermaster, Matthew Nathan, Abraham Kaufman, Sidney Rittenberg, Ignaz Trebitsch-Lincoln, Morris Cohen, Allan Zeman, Mir yeshiva, Chaim Leib Shmuelevitz, Shanghai Russians, Charles K. Bliss, Seishiro Itagaki, Friedrich Rosen, Israel Epstein, Chaim Walkin, Manfred Stern, Ho Feng-Shan, Yisrael Mendel Kaplan, Samuel Isaac Joseph Schereschewsky, Jacob of Ancona, Rene Rivkin, Franz Weidenreich, History of the Jews in Hong Kong, Baghdadi Jews, Eva Sandberg, David Samuel Margoliouth, Sassoon family, W. Michael Blumenthal, Victor Sassoon, Eli Marom, Simon Kaspé, Noel Jacobs, Sidney Shapiro, Zhao Yingcheng, Mikhail Borodin, History of the Jews in Taiwan, Silas Aaron Hardoon, Ellis Kadoorie, Jakob Rosenfeld, Ohel Leah Synagogue, Israelis in China, Lawrence Kadoorie, Baron Kadoorie, Pan Guang, Ursula Kuczynski, Elly Kadoorie, Shimon Sholom Kalish, Horace Kadoorie, Leo Hanin, Aaron Avshalomov, Eduard Glass, Stanislaw Flato, Jakob Rudnik, Center of Jewish Studies Shanghai, Salem Shaloam David, Paul Komor, Otto Schnepp, Institute of Jewish Studies, Tadeusz Romer, Kadoorie family, Serge Rubanraut, Ludwik Rajchman, Elias David Sassoon, Mark Gayn, Yaacov Liberman, Harbin Jewish Research Center. Excerpt: Huang Chao (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Huáng Cháo; Wade-Giles: Huang Ch'ao, died 884) was the leader of the Huang Chao Rebellion (traditional Chinese: , 874-884), known in mainland China as the Huang Chao Revolution (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Huáng Cháo¿ Qiyì) in China that seriously weakened the once mighty Tang Dynasty of China. The dynasty, which was one of the strongest in the world at the time, dissolved within a few decades after the rebellion, and the empire broke up into competing states of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period. The Tang Dynasty, established in 618, had already passed its golden age and entered its long decline beginning with the An Lushan Rebellion by Turkish-Sogdian general An Lushan. The power of provincial military governors (Jiedushi) increased greatly after imperial troops crushed the Anshi rebels. The morals of these generals also decayed as their power increased, the resentment of common people against the inability of the government grew, and their grievances exploded into several rebellions during the mid-9th century. Many impoverished farmers, tax-burdened landowners and merchants, as well as many large salt smuggling operations, formed the base of the anti-government rebellions of this period. Wang Xianzhi and Huang Chao were two of the important rebel leaders during this era. It is not known when Huang was born, but it is known that he was from Yuanju (¿¿, in modern Heze, Shandong). His family had been salt privateers for generations (with the salt trade officially monopolized by the state ever since the Anshi Rebellion), and the Huang family became wealthy from the smuggling. It was said that Huang was capable in swordsmanship, riding, and archery, and was somewhat capable in writing and a good debater. He used his wealth to take in desperate men to serve under him. He had at least one o...

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2011
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781157251569

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