5 edition of Da zi ran de zhen bao pu tao found in the catalog.
Zui xin sheng ji ban shi du yu 7-12 sui.Zhong wen jian ti ban yu 2012 nian jing tai wan niu dun chu ban gu fen you xian gong si shou yu shang hai xuan ting yu le xin xi ke ji you xian gong si suo you.
|Statement||Huang shan shu she|
|Publishers||Huang shan shu she|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|2||Xiao niu dun ke pu guan|
|3||Xiao niu dun ke pu guan -- 18|
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Lady, of the Zhang clan 張氏• " Cao Cao died in 220 and was succeeded by Cao Pi.
as Lu Qi voiced by• The division of the former Han Empire into three states has become firmly established, particularly after Liu Bei's death in 223. When Cao Pi demanded that Sun Quan send his heir apparent,to Luoyang as a hostage, Sun Quan refused and formally broke ties with Wei.
Cao Ren's Chief Clerk 長史陳矯turned pale when he saw the situation from the top of the city walls. However, before Yu Jin's departure, he was instructed to travel to to pay his respects at Cao Cao's tomb. Cao Tai was succeeded by his son Cao Chu 曹初. Guiren, of the Li clan 貴人 李氏• Now, as you've already said that the defenders would be slaughtered after the city is taken, all of them would definitely put up fierce resistance.
as Grand Emperor Cheng Family• During one battle near Hu Pass 壺關; present-day, Cao Cao gave orders that all the enemy troops would be buried alive after the city fell. Early life and career [ ] Cao Pi was the eldest son of and his concubinebut he was the second among all of Cao Cao's sons. As their father died when they were still young, Cao Ren and Cao Chun lived with another family.
Wang Zhong, a general who followed Cao Cao for many years, was also a subject of ridicule by Cao Pi.
, of the Zhen clan 文昭皇后 甄氏; 183—221• Military failures against Sun Quan [ ] A block print of Cao Pi wearing anachronistic clothing.
Lady, of the Xu clan 徐氏• Cao Pi personally led an expedition against Sun Quan, and in response, Sun Quan declared independence from Wei, establishing the state of but he continued ruling as "King of Wu" and did not declare himself emperor until 229.
Besides, the city's fortifications are strong and the defenders have much supplies, so our forces would suffer heavy casualties if we attack, and we will be held up here if we switch to a defensive stance.
Now, as you've already said that the defenders would be slaughtered after the city is taken, all of them would definitely put up fierce resistance.