History of the Cham–Vietnamese wars
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The Cham-Vietnamese Wars refer to a series of wars and conflicts between various dynasties of Vietnam and of Champa that led to a total annexation of Champa by the Vietnamese. These wars were part of Vietnam's Nam tiến (March to the South).
List of conflictsEdit
|1||Cham-Vietnamese War (982)||Vietnamese victory ( Early Lê dynasty) under emperor Lê Hoàn |
|2||Cham-Vietnamese War (1044)||Vietnamese victory ( Later Lý dynasty) under emperor Lý Thái Tông|
|3||Cham-Vietnamese War (1069)||Vietnamese victory ( Later Lý dynasty) under emperor Lý Thánh Tông|
|4||Cham-Vietnamese War (1075-1104)||Both sides withdrew forces|
|5||Cham-Vietnamese War (1367-1396)||Both sides withdrew forces ( Vietnamese emperor Trần Duệ Tông was killed in 1377 while Champa king Po Binasuor was killed in 1390)|
|6||Cham-Vietnamese War (1400-1407)||Cham-China(Ming dynasty) alliance victory (Hồ dynasty conquered by Ming dynasty of China)|
|7||Cham-Vietnamese War (1446)||Vietnamese victory ( Lê dynasty under Queen regent Nguyễn Thị Anh.)|
|8||Cham-Vietnamese War (1471)||Vietnamese victory ( Lê dynasty under emperor Lê Thánh Tông.)|
|9||Cham-Vietnamese War (1611)||Nguyễn lords victory under lord Nguyễn Hoàng|
|10||Cham-Vietnamese War (1653)||Nguyễn lords victory|
|11||Cham-Vietnamese War (1693)||Nguyễn lords victory|
|12||Cham rebellion (An anti-Vietnamese rebellion by the Cham occurred in 1728 after the passing away of their ruler Po Saktiraydaputih)||Nguyễn lords victory|
|13||Katip Suma's Jihad against Vietnam (1832-1834)||Vietnamese victory (Kingdom of Champa annexed by Nguyễn dynasty)|
|14||Ja Thak Wa uprising (1834-1835)||Vietnamese victory|
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