The Sun Wu regime, which is partial to Jiangdong in the Romance of the three Kingdoms, has completely become a "supporting role".
the famous novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms is widely circulated. In the impression of most people, the Sun Wu regime in Jiangdong is completely a "supporting role" in the historical process. In the novel, there is not only less writing but also fewer highlights about the Sun Wu regime. In addition to some classic battles that have no way to "hide", such as the Battle of Chibi (in the novel, the protagonist of this battle is Zhuge Liang), the Battle of Yiling, and so on, and then several lackluster Northern Expedition of Cao Wei, all ended in failure. However, is it true that this hegemonic regime, which has one-third of the world, really has no sense of existence in real history?
however, another sudden great change, in the author's view, is that the Sun Wu regime has completely lost the opportunity to achieve reunification and change its destiny.
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but even so, Zhou Yu was still actively preparing to cut down Shu and strive to seize Yizhou. Because in the Jiangdong strategic plan, Yizhou is an important transit and supply base. Only by occupying Yizhou is it possible to take Hanzhong, and then occupy Guanzhong. Only in this way can we have the strategic depth of the south and the north. this is completely consistent with the core strategic plan of Zhuge Liang's "Longzhong pair".