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    • After the Second Manchu invasion of Korea, Joseon Korea was forced to give several of their royal princesses as concubines to the Qing Manchu regent Prince Dorgon.Qing dynasty-Wikipedia
    • Dorgon established the Qing dynasty as a direct successor of the Ming (delegitimising Li Zicheng and his followers) and Beijing became China's sole capital.Beijing-Wikipedia
    • Dorgon and the Kangxi Emperor were able to consolidate their control over southern mainland China; Koxinga found himself limited to raiding across the strait.Taiwan Strait-Wikipedia
    • To prevent a repeat of Dorgon's dictatorial monopolizing of power during the regency, the Shunzhi Emperor, on his deathbed, hastily appointed four senior cabinet ministers to govern on behalf of his young son.Qing dynasty-Wikipedia
    • The leading contenders for power were Hong Taiji's oldest son Hooge and Hong Taiji's half brother Dorgon.Qing dynasty-Wikipedia
    • In 1637, King Injo was forced to surrender to the Qing forces, and was ordered to send princesses as concubines to the Qing Prince Dorgon.Early modern period-Wikipedia

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