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1/24 Zhu Yuanzhang, the Founding Emperor of China's Ming Dynasty. Battle for Nanjing, 1356

by  Master Box
Product Description
This item is an injection-plastic figure set for use with military dioramas or individual display.   Click here for sizing chart.
From Master Box comes a 1/24 scale figure kit of Zhu Yuanzhang, the founding emperor of China's Ming dynasty at the Battle for Nanjing, 1356.

This kit includes parts for the assembly of one figure.
Requires glue and paint to be completed (not included).

Zhu Yuanzhang, also known as Emperor Hongwu (ruled 1368 - 1398), was the founder of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). He was born a peasant, became a monk, then a rebel leader, and finally the first emperor of the Ming Dynasty.
A bloody rebellion started in 1351 against the Mongol Warlords that were terrorizing China. Zhu Yuanzhang first joined a local rebel group, later joining the larger Red Turban army. As a skilled leader, he rose quickly and then became the leader of the large Red Turban rebel army before he was 30. In 1356, Zhu's army conquered Nanjing. This was a very important city that was strategically located so that he could control part of the Yangtze River and the region south of it. He made Nanjing his capital. A talented warlord and administrator, he managed to unite the whole country and became the first emperor of the Ming dynasty which ruled china between 1368 and 1644.

Assembly Guide
Date Released:
June 2019
Package Size/Weight:
25.0 x 17.5 x 3.5 cm / 60g

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