A case study of Chinese civil warfare: The Cao‐Wei conquest of Shu‐Han in AD 263

@article{Killigrew2001ACS,
  title={A case study of Chinese civil warfare: The Cao‐Wei conquest of Shu‐Han in AD 263},
  author={John W. Killigrew},
  journal={Civil Wars},
  year={2001},
  volume={4},
  pages={114 - 95}
}
Civil warfare in Chinese history can be listed in several categories, a most significant category being various wars of unification. An excellent case study is this regard is the conquest of the Shu‐Han state by the Cao‐Wei state in AD 263. After four centuries of unification forged by the Qin and Han dynasties from the second century BC to second century AD, China experienced a fragmentation that reached its nadir during the Three Kingdoms period, AD 220–280. Nevertheless the tenacity of the… 
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