|NOUN || a warlord | warlords |
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- "The Unwilling Warlord" is a fantasy novel by American writer Lawrence Watt-Evans.
- There were also several warlord governments and puppet states sharing the same name. See also: Wang Jingwei Government, Warlord era, Chinese Soviet Republic.
- was the faction that supported warlord Zhang Zuolin during the Republic of China's Warlord Era.
- ... 1889–1948) was a Chinese bandit leader, warlord, and National Revolutionary Army commander who fought in the Warlord Era, Second Sino-Japanese War, and Chinese Civil War, earning notoriety for changing sides multiple times in course of these conflicts.
- The defeat of the warlord led to defeat of the player, so that all possessed cities became neutral.
- Xu Wan initially followed warlord Sun Ru, but after Sun Ru was destroyed by warlord Yang Xingmi in 892, Xu Wan took many of his soldiers east to join warlord Qian Liu.
- An evil warlord is intent on conquering the world, this time by the use of time travel to conquer every known important event in history.
- During the transition from Sui to Tang, the warlord Shen Faxing first held Yuhang Commandery in the confusion following the assassination of Emperor Yang in 618.
- was a renowned Mongol warlord and a direct ancestor of Genghis Khan as well as of the Barlas Mongols, the tribe of the Central Asian warlord Timur.
- November 5: The United Nations Security Council delegation visited Mazari Sharif and met with Tajik warlord Ustad Atta Mohammad and Uzbek warlord Abdul Rashid Dostum.
- Ma Anliang would go on to be an important Chinese warlord in the Ma clique during the Warlord Era.
- Hu Jingyi 胡景翼 (1892–1925), Chinese general, warlord and military governor of Henan (1924–25) during the Warlord Era of China.
- Gao Gan (...) (died 206), courtesy name Yuancai, was a minor warlord who lived during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China. He was a maternal nephew and subordinate of the warlord Yuan Shao.
- In 189, when the warlord Cao Cao was recruiting soldiers to participate in a campaign against the warlord Dong Zhuo, who controlled the Han central government from 189 to 192, Zhou Yu managed to draft 2,000 soldiers and he brought them along to join Cao Cao.
- (August 14, 1883 – May 23, 1927) was a Chinese general and warlord of Yunnan during the Warlord Era of early Republican China.
- Zhao Hengti ([...]; 12 January 1880 – 23 November 1971), was a general and warlord in Hunan during the Warlord Era of early Republic of China.
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