Hengyang China History

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The Tang Dynasty (618 AD - 917 AD) experienced one of the most important battles in Chinese history, the battle for the village of Quanjing in Xinashan City, located in the western part of Guangdong Province near the present city of Hengyang. Eleven Chinese imperial dynasties were located here, from the Qin Dynasty to the Ming Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty.

In 221 BC, when Emperor Qinshihuang united China, the southern state of Chu was divided into the Hengyang district, which belonged to Qianzhong County and Changsha County. The circle was so large that it was named after Zhengzhou City in Guangdong Province (Guangzhou City) in the western part of the province and formed the basis for the first circle and circle system in China in 1868. During the Qing Dynasty, Hen Gyang's population was flooded by many refugees from Changshan in northern Hunan. After the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937, it became the capital of a superior prefecture, a sub-province of Henghuang Province, which, however, became part of Huguagang Province and a separate county under the Chief Prefecture of Guizhou Province during the Qin Dynasty.

Hengyang's importance during the Kuomintang era is underscored by its importance as the capital of Henghuang Province and its proximity to the city of Chongqing, which explains its slight resemblance to ChongQing's dialect.

There are two railway stations in Hengyang, the oldest in the city centre is Henghuang West Railway Station (Hengong East Railway Station) and the second is HenGyang East Railway Station. It is surrounded by a series of high-rise buildings with a total area of 1.5 million square meters and takes about 1 - 5 hours from the city. The Hen Gyang Northern and Southern Railway, built during the Kuomintang era (1884-1894) under the control of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), crosses Hen Gyang from Chongqing, making it possible to complete it in time for the opening of the first railway station in Henggang on August 1st, 1887.

The North and South Railways of Hen Gyang (Hengong East Railway Station) runs through the city centre and passes under the Henghuang - Chongqing - Henggang railway line in the north - east of Hengyang. The HenGyang North and South Railway, the first railway station in Hengyang, passes the city centre.

The North and South Railways of Hen Gyang (Hengong East Railway Station) and the Henghuang - Chongqing - Henggang Railway Line in the north - east of Hengyang.

The city was badly damaged during the Second World War, and very few of the old buildings have survived. There are also a large number of small shops and restaurants in the area, which is common in most Chinese cities.

The Battle of Hengyang was the longest single city defense during the Second Sino-Japanese War and one of the most important battles in the history of Chinese military history. The Chinese army, with its tenth army, surpassed the number of two to three inhabitants, but these obstacles were overcome, and it represented the key battle of Maling, recorded in Chinese history, fought in 342 BC during a period of inter-state wars, and the Hengyang battle of 1944, which marked the end of all major Japanese operations in China. Japan's attack on the city, led by Fang Xianjue, lasted 47 days and led to a fierce battle between the armies of Japan, China, and the United States.

Hengyang is a transport hub in southern China, and the area is controlled by the Kuomingtang as part of the southernmost border area between Henan and Sichuan provinces.

Hengyang Railway Station in HenGyang City's Zhuhui District offers trains between the city and Kuomingtang, and to and from other parts of Henan Province and Sichuan Province. Hengyang Eastern Station, the only railway station in southern China, is an important railway junction with train lines to the south, north, east, west, south - east and east - west and north - south. In the past, it was always a regional trading centre due to its proximity to other major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Guangdong.

The school is located in Zhuhui District of HenGyang City, in the southern part of Henan Province. In simplified Chinese (pinyin: Hengyang) it is located on the outskirts of the city, south of Kuomingtang, the capital of Sichuan province, and southwest of Beijing.

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