Warfare in Chinese History

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INDEX
AB League 374, 376, 381, 382–4
abolition of universal military service 33–48 central army 48–52 failure of the new army 61–74 frontier armies 52–61 nature of the abolition 34–9 private armies 73–4 reasons for the abolition 39–48 standing armies 70–2
Accord of Shanyuan 180, 212–19
Afghanistan 118
agricultural crisis 392–3
Ai Rong 56
Aju 245
Alaung-hpaya 441
Allied Expeditionary Force 22, 288, 439
Alp bilgä Baoyi, Khaghan 166
Alp külüg bilgä Zhangxin, Khaghan 169
Altan Khan 267
An, Emperor 37, 51, 57
An Lushan Rebellion 13, 90, 109, 136–7, 137–40
An Sishun 138
Anjur 236
Anleshancheng 232
Anlezhou 163
Anshi 90
Anshicheng 90
Anti-Japanese War 401, 403, 425–6
Anxi 109, 127, 129, 154, 173, 175
Arabs 16, 118, 122, 130, 162
Ardagh, General Sir John 295
armies see also Red Army bandit armies 93, 292, 322 campaign armies sizes 89, 128n29, 135 central army 48–52 frontier armies 52–61, 135, 148, 156 Huai 413 Hunan Army 14, 413 infantry armies 134 lines of supply 89–90, 102 New Army 398 private armies 13–14, 73–4 recruits 38–9 revolutionary 323, 344 Shence Army 160, 163, 165 Song 217 standing armies 70–2 statistics 148 strategic options 84–90 Tang forces 94–5, 128–9, 144 Tiande army 171 Tianping army 175 volunteers 226 Xiang 413 Zhu-Mao Army 336
Ashina Helu 118
Atlakh, battle of 130
Auden, W.H. 408–9, 411
August Harvest Uprising 332–3
Averill, Stephen 373–4, 380
Bagha Tarqan 151
Bai Chongxi 416, 420
Bai Juyi 106–7, 144–5, 161, 164
Bai Shousu 217
Baidicheng 232
Bailloud, General 317
Baisha Conference 340
Baltistan 130
Ban Biao 59
Ban Chao 52, 55, 57
Ban Gu 56
bandits 224, 364
Banzhu 83, 86–7, 95
Bao Xin 71
Baoding Expedition 311–13
baojia system 356–61, 395
battles 216–17, 237 Atlakh 130 'Day of Thirst' 130 Fei River 409 Hebei 208 Hulao Pass 78, 82–6, 91, 95–6 Linyi 406–7, 418 Taierzhuang 401, 403, 407, 416, 421, 425 Tianjin 22

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