Protectorate General to Pacify the East

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The Protectorate-General to Pacify the East was a protectorate established by the Tang dynasty in the northeast after defeating the kingdom of Goguryeo.wikipedia
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The Protectorate-General to Pacify the East was a protectorate established by the Tang dynasty in the northeast after defeating the kingdom of Goguryeo.

Ungjin Commandery

In the place of Baekje and Goguryeo, the Tang created the Protectorate General to Pacify the East, Ungjin Commandery and Gyerim Territory Area Command.
The Tang dynasty incorporated the old territorial area of Baekje into Goguryeo, the Protectorate General to Pacify the East, Ungjin Commandery and Gyerim Territory Area Command.

Pyongyang

P'yŏngyangPyeongyangPyongyang, North Korea
After the Tang dynasty conquered Goguryeo in 668, the Protectorate General to Pacify the East, otherwise known as the Andong Protectorate, was created in Pyongyang and supposedly stationed with 200,000 soldiers. Originally Emperor Taizong of Tang promised to exchange Baekje and the lands south of Peonyang in return for Silla's military cooperation.
In 668, Pyongyang became the capital of the Protectorate General to Pacify the East established by the Tang dynasty of China.

Gyerim Territory Area Command

In the place of Baekje and Goguryeo, the Tang created the Protectorate General to Pacify the East, Ungjin Commandery and Gyerim Territory Area Command.
In the place of Baekje and Goguryeo, the Tang created the Protectorate General to Pacify the East, Ungjin Commandery and Gyerim Territory Area Command.

Munmu of Silla

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In response Munmu of Silla dispatched a tributary mission to Tang with apologies.
After the fall of Goguryeo, Tang created the Protectorate General to Pacify the East and attempted to place the entire Korean peninsula, including Silla, under its rule.

Goguryeo

KoguryoKoguryŏGoguryeo Kingdom
The Protectorate-General to Pacify the East was a protectorate established by the Tang dynasty in the northeast after defeating the kingdom of Goguryeo. After the Tang dynasty conquered Goguryeo in 668, the Protectorate General to Pacify the East, otherwise known as the Andong Protectorate, was created in Pyongyang and supposedly stationed with 200,000 soldiers.
Tang set up the Protectorate General to Pacify the East, governed by Xue Rengui, but faced increasing problems ruling the former inhabitants of Goguryeo, as well as Silla's resistance to Tang's remaining presence on the Korean Peninsula.

Emperor Gaozong of Tang

Emperor GaozongGaozongLi Zhi
The Goguryeo loyalists were aided by the kingdom of Silla, who were angered by Emperor Gaozong of Tang.
This was the end of Goguryeo, and Tang annexed Goguryeo into its territory, with Xue Rengui being put initially in charge of former Goguryeo territory as protector general.

Bojang of Goguryeo

King BojangBojangGo Bojang
In 667 the deposed Bojang of Goguryeo was designated "Liaodong Commander King of Joseon".
In 677, the Tang insisted on crowning Bojang as the "King of Joseon" and put him in charge of the Liaodong Commandery (Hangul : 요동주도독 조선왕 Hanja:遼東州都督朝鮮王) of the Protectorate General to Pacify the East.

Xue Rengui

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After Pyongyang fell later in 668, thus ending Goguryeo, Emperor Gaozong ordered that Goguryeo territory be annexed into Tang territory and that a protector general (known as the Protectorate General to Pacify the East) by established at Pyongyang, with Xue appointed as the protector general to defend Pyongyang, along with the general Liu Rengui.

Xue Ne

Xue NaXue
After the campaign, Xue was made the commandant at You Prefecture (幽州, roughly Beijing) and Protectorate General to Pacify the East.

Three Kingdoms of Korea

Three KingdomsThree Kingdoms periodKorea
After the fall of Baekje and Goguryeo, the Tang dynasty established a short-lived military government to administer parts of the Korean peninsula.

Go Deokmu

Go Deokmu was appointed to the position of Governor of the Protectorate General to Pacify the East in 699, after his nephew Go Bowon refused the position.

Annam (province)

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Tang dynasty

TangTang ChinaTang Empire
The Protectorate-General to Pacify the East was a protectorate established by the Tang dynasty in the northeast after defeating the kingdom of Goguryeo.

Baekje

PaekcheBaekje KingdomBaekjae
In the place of Baekje and Goguryeo, the Tang created the Protectorate General to Pacify the East, Ungjin Commandery and Gyerim Territory Area Command.

Commandery (China)

commanderycommanderiesgrand administrator
The protectorate was divided into 9 commanderies, 42 prefectures, and 100 counties.

Yangtze

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In response the Tang forcibly deported 78,000 households and resettled them in empty areas south of the Changjiang (Yangtze) and Huai River, each in contemporary China.

Huai River

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In response the Tang forcibly deported 78,000 households and resettled them in empty areas south of the Changjiang (Yangtze) and Huai River, each in contemporary China.

Silla

Silla DynastySilla KingdomShilla
The Goguryeo loyalists were aided by the kingdom of Silla, who were angered by Emperor Gaozong of Tang.

Emperor Taizong of Tang

Emperor TaizongLi ShiminTaizong
Originally Emperor Taizong of Tang promised to exchange Baekje and the lands south of Peonyang in return for Silla's military cooperation.

Gyeonggi Province

Gyeonggi-doGyeonggiGijeon
In 675 the Tang attacked Silla and defeated them in Gyeonggi.

Tribute

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In response Munmu of Silla dispatched a tributary mission to Tang with apologies.

Tibetan attack on Songzhou

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Gaozong accepted Munmu's apologies and withdrew Tang troops to deal with the Tibetan threat in the west.

Liaoyang

Eastern CapitalLiaoyang CityYodong
By 676 the Tang were forced to retreat and relocate the protectorate seat to the more easily defendable city of Liaoyang.