Which individuals and groups were most likely to join in a rebellion
What were the political, economic, social, and environmental factors factors that led to the rise of rebel groups in the mid-Qing dynasty?
Which individuals and groups were most likely to join in a rebellion and what were their motivations?
Why was the Taiping Rebellion initially successful and why did it ultimately fail?
How did European powers take advantage of the Taiping Rebellion to further their own interests?
The Qing dynasty was the last empire in China founded in 1636 and ruled the country between the year 1644 and 1912. The ruling of the dynasty was done by foreign people from Manchuria. It established a lot of contact overseas but it faced a lot of resistance. After the mid of the 18th Century, the period which marked the mid-Qing dynasty…………………….