The Korean wars and East Asia in the seventh century
Except for the first half of the 20th century, probably no period in the whole of East Asian History ever saw confrontations between the various countries in the region taking place on such a large scale and lasting for such a long time as the "Korean Wars" in the 7th century (hereafter 'the Wars'). The military conflicts began at the end of the 6th century, and intermittent battles did not end until the last quarter of the 7th century. Five Chinese rulers of three different dynasties - the...[Show more]
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