The series of large-scale wars of conquest against Japan, Burma, Champa, Annam and Java launched by the first Yuan emperor Khubilai during the 1274-1294 period produced significant and far-reaching consequences in both Yuan China and the invaded Asian countries. This article, a sequence of the author's earlier paper on the consequences of these conquest wars on the invaded Asian countries, address the successive levies and extortion imposed by the Yuan government, the unceasing conscription, ship-building, grain-collection, and the resulting worsening political and economic situation in the early Yuan which led to the repeated mass uprisings. Copyright © 2002 南方出版社.
|Title of host publication||《元史及北方民族史研究集刊》|
|Editors||南京大學民族研究所, 暨南大學文化史籍研究所, 香港教育學院社科系|
|Place of Publication||海口市|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2002|
- Development of Subject Knowledge
- Social Sciences and Humanities
- Alt. title: Consequences of the early Yuan's Asian wars of conquest at home