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Last Emperor of China

Last Emperor of China by Pu Yi (Author) (1964) Last Emperor of China 1 July 1917 – 12 July 1917 he was a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference from 1964 until his death in 1967. Those 12 days, one small bomb was dropped over the Forbidden City by a Republican plane, causing minor damage the first aerial bombardment ever in Eastern Asia.


Aisin-Gioro Puyi (simplified Chinese: 溥仪; traditional Chinese: 溥儀; pinyin: Pǔ yí) (7 February 1906 – 17 October 1967)

Emperor Pu Yi is the last Emperor of the Dynasty before the Chinese Republic. The first President of the Republic of China Yuan Shikai claimed the title of "Emperor of China"

The most interesting people living in China, never using an individual's clan name on complete contravention with the old Chinese and Manchu rule, a way to desecrate the old order quite young at that time see what all these people perceive by sight or have the power to perceive, that December 2, 1908, Pu-Yi became Emperor of a country of China, under the reign name Hsuan T'ung. Puyi succeeded to the Manchu throne at the age of three, when his uncle, the Guangxu emperor, died on Nov. 14, 1908, become the 12th emperor of Qin. The Forbidden City in Beijing. It is a complex composed of several buildings in a variety of styles, including the architectures of Chinese, Japanese, and European.

The Soviet Army Offensive: Manchuria, 1945 Date August 9 – 20, 1945


12 February 1912 The last Qing Emperor of China, Puyi abdicates after losing the support of the Chinese people and thus the mandate of heaven


He reigned under a regency for three years, and then on February 12, 1912, in response to the Chinese Revolution, he was forced to abdicate, ending the 267-year Qing rule of China and the 2,000-year-old imperial system.


In 1924 he secretly left Beijing to reside in the Japanese concession (colony) at Tianjin. On March 9, 1932, he was installed as president, and from 1934 to 1945 he was emperor of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo in Manchuria (China’s Northeast) under the reign title of Kangde.


Was courted by the Japanese who had acquired the former German concessions in Manchuria In order to bring the region under their control the Imperial Japanese Army for China's last emperor Puyi to live in as part of his role as Emperor of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo 1945. After the fall of Manchukuo, the palace was damaged when Soviet troops looted Xinjing end of the decline of imperial China.


The turbulent life of the Man who was both Emperor to China and it's not arrogant or prideful Citizen. Mao began the Cultural Revolution in 1966, and the youth militia known as the Red Guards


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Taken on November 8, 2010