Zhu Changqing, Prince of Huai
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|Zhu Changqing, Prince of Huai|
|Emperor of the Southern Ming Dynasty|
|Reign||1648 - 1649|
|Family name: Zhu (朱)
Given name: Changqing (常清)
|Era name and dates|
|Dongwu (東武): 1648 - 1649|
|House||Southern Ming Dynasty|
Zhu Changqing (Chinese:朱常清) (? - 1649), Prince of Huai, was claimed to be emperor of the Southern Ming Dynasty; his regime name was Dongwu (東武). The Dongwu Emperor reigned for one year from 1648 to 1649.
Dongwu died in 1649 and was succeeded by Prince of GUI with the era name Yongli Emperor.
- Struve, Lynn (1988). "The Southern Ming." In Cambridge History of China, Volume 7, The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 - Part 1, ed. by Frederic W. Mote, Denis Twitchett, and John King Fairbank, pp. 641–725. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Zhu Changqing, Prince of HuaiBorn: - -
The Shaowu Emperor
|Emperor of the Southern Ming Dynasty
The Yongli Emperor
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