The Road to the Throne: How Liu Bang Founded China's Han Dynasty

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION1
CHAPTER 1: THE BACKGROUND5
1.The Period of Warring States (403 BC–221 BC)5
2.The Birth of Liu Bang7
3.Ying Zheng, King of the State of Qin, Unifies China7
4.Under the Rule of the Qin Dynasty10
5.The Death of the First Emperor of the Qin Dynasty12
6.Liu Bang Kills a Great Serpent and Rises Up in Rebellion17
CHAPTER 2: THE GREAT UPRISINGS AGAINST THE QIN DYNASTY21
7.The Uprising Led by Chen Sheng and Wu Guang21
8.The Reinstatement of the States of Zhao and Yan23
9.The Reinstatement of the States of Qi and Wei24
10.Counterattack by the Army of the Qin Dynasty24
11.Liu Bang Revolts in Pei County25
12.Xiang Liang and Xiang Yu Rebel in the Area to the East of the Yangtze River27
13.The Great Changes in the State of Zhao29
14.Liu Bang’s Military Operations30
15.The Death of Chen Sheng, King of Zhang Chu31
16.Qin Jia Makes Jing Ju King of the State of Chu32
17.Xiang Liang and Xiang Yu Lead their Army to the Area to the West of the Yangtze River35

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