Meaning of 吴三桂

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sān guì (Trad.: 吳三桂)
Wu Sangui (1612-1678), Chinese general who let the Manchus into China and helped them establish the Qing Dynasty, later leading a revolt against Qing in an effort to start his own dynasty
Example Sentences
Into the way, that the Emperor has been hanged Chongzhen Meishan, Sangui had led the troops to return Shanhaiguan.
This time, Sangui is also in the lingering hesitation among: that it be faithful to the Ming Dynasty, Ming Dynasty has collapsed;
Every weapon was aimed into the room. One command from the Satrap, and the three of them would become human hedgehogs , bristling with arrows and spears.
Father's imprisonment, concubine was robbed, a great insult that Sangui rage, said one: "a real man can not protect a woman, what people see Jesus face."