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|Other Titles:||Citing Jahangir Khoja Incident as an Example to Analyze the Interaction between Emperor Daoguang and His Subjects|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of History
Jahanghir Khoja Incident was the biggest riot after Qing Dynasty acquired Xinjiang province. This incident started at the last years of Emperor Jia-qing’s reign, and ended at the early years of Emperor Dao-guang’s reign. Jahanghir Khoja took four cities in Southern Xinjiang, Kashgar was included. In order to suppress this riot, Qing Dynasty mobilized thirty-six thousands soldiers and allocated tens of millions silver coins for military purpose. General Zhang-ling was the commander of Qing's troop, with Yang Yu-chun and Wu Long-a served as his subordinates. These three generals are the best of that time and they are well-versed in the war. The outstanding performance of the generals is one of the reasons that Qing Dynasty won the battles against Jahanghir Khoja one after one and took back the lost territory quickly. Another reason is connected with the strategies, policies and measures employed by Dao-guang Emperor. This paper aims to analyze the issue of “coordination between people” during the wars of Jahanghir Khoja Incident. The author will discuss why Emperor Daoguang appoints these three general by analyzing their lives and experiences. The author will use the written reports of the three generals and the letters of Emperor Dao-guang to observe their discussions about the incident. Also, the author will investigate whether these discussions influence the development of the wars or not. Through all these analyses and discussions, we can get a clear picture of the coordination between the Emperor and his subjects during the Jahanghir Khoja Incident.
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