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  • 1 College of Liberal Arts, Gachon University, Seongnamdae-ro 1342, Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-si, Korea
  • | 2 Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Imun-ro 107, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, Korea
  • | 3 Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Imunro 107, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, Korea
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This paper makes an attempt to call attention and point to the importance of Manchu historical records, but at the same time warns against the pitfalls of uncritical utilisation of these historical sources (the possibility of falsification and the fabrication of historical material). The authors focus on volume 20 of the 親征平定朔漠方略 Qinzhengpingdingshuo-mofanglüe (Beye dailame wargi amargi babe necihiyeme toktobuha bodogon i bithe. orici debtelin) written in Manchu. This Manchu historical document is of prime importance in the historical enquiry of the period. It gives a clear picture of the military strategy of the time and provides accurate facts concerning the exact names of persons and places, the system of administration, wartime munitions mobilisation, and much more.

  • Bao, Wenhan (1997): 淸朝藩部要略稿本 Qingchao Fanbu Yaolüe Gaoben [Summary on a remote region in the period of the Qing Dynasty]. Heirongjiang-jiaoyu-chubanshe.

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  • Borjigidai, Oyunbilig (2009): Manchu Document Left in Emperor KangXi’s 2nd Galdan Expedition. In: 17 世紀蒙古史論考 [A study on 17th-century Mongolian history], pp. 88157.

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  • Cho, Byounghak (2011): A Study of Qing Dynasty Manchuria Mongolia Tangan and Mongolian History. 몽골학 [Mongolian studies] Vol. 31, pp. 4161.

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  • Hummel, Arthur W. (1943): Eminent Chinese of the Ch’ing Period. Washington, United States Government Printing Office.

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  • Manchu version, Wenda (ed.) (1709): Beye dailame wargi amargi babe necihiyeme toktobuha bodogon i bithe [Strategy for quelling remote regions, directly led by Emperor]. Vol. 20, pp. 21 – 25.

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  • National Palace, Museum (2000): 親征平定朔漠方略 Qinzhengpingdingshuo-mofanglüe, Chinese character version. Hainan-chubanshe, Vol. 1, pp. 222223.

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  • National Palace Museum Shih Lin, Taipei Republic of China (1977a): 宮中檔康熙朝奏摺 [Secret Palace Memorials of the KangXi Period], Special Series No. 8, pp. 293294, 591 –592.

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  • National Palace Museum Shih Lin, Taipei Republic of China (1977b): 宮中檔康熙朝奏摺 [Secret Palace Memorials of the KangXi Period], Special Series No. 9, p. 40.

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  • Okada, Hidehiro (2013): 康熙の手紙 [Letter from Emperor KangXi]. Deungwon Bookstore.

  • Perdue, Peter C. (2005): China Marches West – The Qing Conquest of Central Eurasia. Translated by Gong, Won-guk (2012): 중국의 서진 [China marches West]. Seoul, Publishing Company Ghil.

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Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
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