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Hong Xuanjiao (Chinese: 洪宣嬌, c. 1830 - fl. 1856), was a Chinese female general and rebel leader during the Taiping Rebellion. She was the sister of the leader of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, Hong Xiuquan. She acted as co-commander of the Taiping forces during the civil war against the Imperial forces of the Qing dynasty. Xuanjiao and her brother, Xiuquan, established the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom over varying portions of southern China with himself as the "Heavenly King" and self-proclaimed younger brother of Jesus Christ.

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  • Hong Xuanjiao, född okänt år, död okänt år, var en kinesisk befälhavare. Hon var syster till Hong Xiuquan, Taipingupprorets ledare, som 1850–1864 regerade som kejsare i Nanking. Hong Xuanjiao hade som ung tränats i kampsport, och under sin brors uppror och regering deltog hon i strid mot manchudynastins styrkor. Hon hade ansvar för de kvinnor som deltog i strid under Taipingrebellernas banér och ska ha varit de kvinnliga soldaterna befälhavare. Enligt vissa uppgifter ska hon ha avlidit år 1856, men det är inte bekräftat, och andra uppgifter säger att hon överlevde broderns avsättning och lyckades fly från Nanking.
  • 洪宣嬌,廣西客家人,清末太平天国著名女将,天王洪秀全的結拜妹妹。曾國藩曾稱其所率領的女兵是大腳蠻婆。先嫁给太平军萧朝贵,后洪领十万女太平军。1864南京被清军攻占,洪据说逃逸成功,逃至美国旧金山行医。
  • Hong Xuanjiao (Chinese: 洪宣嬌, c. 1830 - fl. 1856), was a Chinese female general and rebel leader during the Taiping Rebellion. She was the sister of the leader of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, Hong Xiuquan. She acted as co-commander of the Taiping forces during the civil war against the Imperial forces of the Qing dynasty. Xuanjiao and her brother, Xiuquan, established the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom over varying portions of southern China with himself as the "Heavenly King" and self-proclaimed younger brother of Jesus Christ.
  • Hong Xuanjiao (desaparecida en 1864), fue una rebelde china durante la Rebelión Taiping. Se cree que Hong Xuanjiao nació alrededor de 1830. Hermana de Hong Xiuquan, estaba entrenada en artes marciales y era la general de las tropas femeninas que luchaban en el ejército Taiping.
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  • Hong Xuanjiao (Chinese: 洪宣嬌, c. 1830 - fl. 1856), was a Chinese female general and rebel leader during the Taiping Rebellion. She was the sister of the leader of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, Hong Xiuquan. She acted as co-commander of the Taiping forces during the civil war against the Imperial forces of the Qing dynasty. Xuanjiao and her brother, Xiuquan, established the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom over varying portions of southern China with himself as the "Heavenly King" and self-proclaimed younger brother of Jesus Christ. She played a very important role in the establishment and growth of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. She was the right-hand man of Hong Xiuquan and Xiao Chaogui. According to wild history records, she also directly participated in leading the Tianjing Incident.
  • Hong Xuanjiao (desaparecida en 1864), fue una rebelde china durante la Rebelión Taiping. Se cree que Hong Xuanjiao nació alrededor de 1830. Hermana de Hong Xiuquan, estaba entrenada en artes marciales y era la general de las tropas femeninas que luchaban en el ejército Taiping. Se la considera mayormente hermana menor del líder de la Rebelión Taiping Hong Xiuquan, que la casó con Xiao Chaogui (1820-1852), rey del Oeste en el 'Reino Celestial de la Gran Paz' proclamado sobre los territorios conquistados. Hong Xuanjiao nació hacia 1830 y era una fiel devota de las creencias de su hermano y reconocida combatiente. Desaparece de los registros históricos en 1864 tras la caída de Tianjing o Nankín, la capital del 'Reino Celestial'.​ ​
  • Hong Xuanjiao, född okänt år, död okänt år, var en kinesisk befälhavare. Hon var syster till Hong Xiuquan, Taipingupprorets ledare, som 1850–1864 regerade som kejsare i Nanking. Hong Xuanjiao hade som ung tränats i kampsport, och under sin brors uppror och regering deltog hon i strid mot manchudynastins styrkor. Hon hade ansvar för de kvinnor som deltog i strid under Taipingrebellernas banér och ska ha varit de kvinnliga soldaterna befälhavare. Enligt vissa uppgifter ska hon ha avlidit år 1856, men det är inte bekräftat, och andra uppgifter säger att hon överlevde broderns avsättning och lyckades fly från Nanking.
  • 洪宣嬌,廣西客家人,清末太平天国著名女将,天王洪秀全的結拜妹妹。曾國藩曾稱其所率領的女兵是大腳蠻婆。先嫁给太平军萧朝贵,后洪领十万女太平军。1864南京被清军攻占,洪据说逃逸成功,逃至美国旧金山行医。
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