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Published in : 2017-11-05 | by The Dragon Historian
The Xianbei and Khitans were nomadic proto-Mongolic peoples that inhabited Mongolia, Manchuria, Northern China, and Central Asia in ancient and medieval ...
Published in : 2015-05-30 | by The Dragon Historian
History of East Asia, mostly that of China, Korea, Japan, and Mongolia. I didn't have much information to work with with Japan and the southern regions (India, ...
Published in : 2016-07-11 | by The Dragon Historian
The history of all Chinese, Tungusic, Korean, Japanese, Mongolian, Turkic, Vietnamese and European states within the boundaries of political and cultural East ...
Published in : 2015-08-13 | by The Dragon Historian
The Kingdom of Goguryeo from its founding in 37 BCE to its fall to the Silla-Tang Alliance in 668 CE. Territorial changes throughout the video: 37 BCE ...
Published in : 2015-12-24 | by The Dragon Historian
The following video presents the territorial and political history of Egypt from the rise of Upper and Lower Egypt in 3500 BCE to the election of President Abdel ...
Published in : 2016-08-15 | by The Dragon Historian
Today is August 15, the 71st anniversary of Korean liberation from Japanese rule as well as the 68th anniversary of South Korea's establishment as an ...
Published in : 2015-12-19 | by The Dragon Historian
The following video presents the history of the Manchu people, from the appearance of the Sushens in the 6th century BCE to 2010. Due to the lack of sources, ...
Published in : 2017-01-17 | by The Dragon Historian
The history of Korea from 8000 BCE to 2017 CE, with a slide for every year from 321 BCE onwards. Furthermore, you can also learn about the major events ...
Published in : 2017-11-19 | by The Dragon Historian
The Jīn dynasty was a medieval Sincized empire that ruled Manchuria and Northern China in the 12th and 13th centuries. It was founded by the Jurchen or ...
Published in : 2015-10-18 | by The Dragon Historian
History of East Asia from 820 CE to 2015 CE. Note: The olive-colored area in Manchuria during the Ming Dynasty is the extent of Ming control over the Jurchens.