Han Tuozhou (simplified Chinese: 韩侂胄; traditional Chinese: 韓侂胄; pinyin: Hán Tuōzhòu; Wade–Giles: Han T'o-Chou) (1152–1207) was a powerful Chinese statesman of the Southern Song dynasty, chancellor to Emperor Ningzong. Han Tuozhou is also famous for his opposition to daoxue (the Song neo-confucianist movement) which was banned on his order during the years 1195-99. His antagonizing policies were reversed by his successor in office, Shi Miyuan (史彌遠).

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  • Han Tuozhou (simplified Chinese: 韩侂胄; traditional Chinese: 韓侂胄; pinyin: Hán Tuōzhòu; Wade–Giles: Han T'o-Chou) (1152–1207) was a powerful Chinese statesman of the Southern Song dynasty, chancellor to Emperor Ningzong. He was responsible for Southern Song efforts to recover territories lost in northern China to the Jurchen Jin dynasty in their 1142 peace settlement that ended the Jin–Song war. In his efforts to begin a military build-up, he had Yue Fei (who had resigned during peace talks with the Jurchen, after which he was jailed and poisoned) posthumously promoted and Qin Hui (who led the aforementioned peace talks with the Jurchen) demoted. These efforts were unsuccessful, and the ensuing war was devastating to southern China, resulting in further territorial losses and terrible inflation. In consequence, Han was executed by the Song regime, and his head offered to the Jurchens as a peace offering. Han Tuozhou is also famous for his opposition to daoxue (the Song neo-confucianist movement) which was banned on his order during the years 1195-99. His antagonizing policies were reversed by his successor in office, Shi Miyuan (史彌遠). Han was assassinated by bludgeoning in 1207,on his way to the imperial palace, he was arrested and sent under imperial guards to the garden of Yujin where he was executed. an exceptional affair in the generally tolerant political atmosphere of Song. Yuan dynasty historiographers assigned the blame of assassination on Shi Miyuan. However, such judgement is questioned. More plausibly, his extermination was ordered by Empress Yang who succeeded the deceased niece of Han Tuozhou, Empress Huo (d.1200) Han's and Su Shidan's (蘇師旦) bodies were exhumed and presented to Jin as compensation for the Song's aggression, in the negotiation process carried out by Wang Nan and Xu Yi. This measure was probably undertaken as compensation for the humiliation of Jin confederate Wu Xi (吳曦), whose body was hung on displays in Xingzhou (興州) and Lin'an. On some accounts, Jin provided Han with honorary burial, recognizing him as a loyal official. (en)
  • Han Tuozhou (chinois : 韩侂胄 ; pinyin : Hán Tūozhòu ; Wade : Han T'o-Chou) (1152–1207) était un politicien chinois de la dynastie des Song du sud et ministre de l'empereur Song Ningzong. Il est responsable des efforts menés par les Song du Sud pour tenter de retrouver les territoires du Nord de la Chine perdus au profit des Jurchens de la dynastie Jin (1115-1234) au cours de leur accord de paix de 1142. Dans ses efforts pour entamer un renforcement des capacités militaires, il est aidé par Yue Fei (qui a démissionné au cours des pourparlers de paix avec les Jurchen, après quoi il est emprisonné et empoisonné) promu à titre posthume et Qin Hui (qui dirige les pourparlers de paix avec les précités Jurchen) rétrogradé. Ces efforts sont infructueux et la guerre qui suit est dévastatrice pour le sud de la Chine, ce qui entraîne de nouvelles pertes territoriales et une terrible inflation. En conséquence, Han est exécuté par le régime des Song et sa tête est offerte au Jurchens comme offrande de paix. (fr)
  • 韓 侂冑(かん たくちゅう、1152年 - 1207年)は、南宋の外戚、官人。字は節夫。河南安陽の人。曾祖父は北宋の政治家の韓琦、父は韓誠。母の秦漢国夫人呉氏は、高宗の皇后呉氏の妹である。寧宗の皇后韓氏の同族でもあり、寧宗の下で専権を振るった。 (ja)
  • 韓侂冑(tuō zhòu)(1152年11月6日-1207年11月24日),字節夫,祖籍河南安阳,中国南宋政治人物,北宋名臣韓琦之曾孫,母親為宋高宗吳皇后的妹妹。娶吴皇后的侄女为妻,无子。侄孫女是宋寧宗的恭淑皇后。曾任寧宗宰相,任內追封岳飛為鄂王,追奪秦檜官爵,力主北伐抗金,因將帥乏人而功虧一簣。後在金國示意下,被楊皇后和史彌遠設計所斬,函首于金。侂冑因禁絕朱熹理學與貶謫宗室趙汝愚,故被理學家被視為奸臣。元編《宋史》列為奸臣。 (zh)
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  • 韓 侂冑(かん たくちゅう、1152年 - 1207年)は、南宋の外戚、官人。字は節夫。河南安陽の人。曾祖父は北宋の政治家の韓琦、父は韓誠。母の秦漢国夫人呉氏は、高宗の皇后呉氏の妹である。寧宗の皇后韓氏の同族でもあり、寧宗の下で専権を振るった。 (ja)
  • 韓侂冑(tuō zhòu)(1152年11月6日-1207年11月24日),字節夫,祖籍河南安阳,中国南宋政治人物,北宋名臣韓琦之曾孫,母親為宋高宗吳皇后的妹妹。娶吴皇后的侄女为妻,无子。侄孫女是宋寧宗的恭淑皇后。曾任寧宗宰相,任內追封岳飛為鄂王,追奪秦檜官爵,力主北伐抗金,因將帥乏人而功虧一簣。後在金國示意下,被楊皇后和史彌遠設計所斬,函首于金。侂冑因禁絕朱熹理學與貶謫宗室趙汝愚,故被理學家被視為奸臣。元編《宋史》列為奸臣。 (zh)
  • Han Tuozhou (simplified Chinese: 韩侂胄; traditional Chinese: 韓侂胄; pinyin: Hán Tuōzhòu; Wade–Giles: Han T'o-Chou) (1152–1207) was a powerful Chinese statesman of the Southern Song dynasty, chancellor to Emperor Ningzong. Han Tuozhou is also famous for his opposition to daoxue (the Song neo-confucianist movement) which was banned on his order during the years 1195-99. His antagonizing policies were reversed by his successor in office, Shi Miyuan (史彌遠). (en)
  • Han Tuozhou (chinois : 韩侂胄 ; pinyin : Hán Tūozhòu ; Wade : Han T'o-Chou) (1152–1207) était un politicien chinois de la dynastie des Song du sud et ministre de l'empereur Song Ningzong. Il est responsable des efforts menés par les Song du Sud pour tenter de retrouver les territoires du Nord de la Chine perdus au profit des Jurchens de la dynastie Jin (1115-1234) au cours de leur accord de paix de 1142. Dans ses efforts pour entamer un renforcement des capacités militaires, il est aidé par Yue Fei (qui a démissionné au cours des pourparlers de paix avec les Jurchen, après quoi il est emprisonné et empoisonné) promu à titre posthume et Qin Hui (qui dirige les pourparlers de paix avec les précités Jurchen) rétrogradé. Ces efforts sont infructueux et la guerre qui suit est dévastatrice pour le (fr)
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