The Emperor Qin lived in
259 B.C. He inherited the diadem on his thirteenth
birthday. At the age of 22 he took complete control
of the warring kingdom that had been battling
amongst themselves for five years.
He inherited titles from previous governing bodies
and respecting the views of talented people,
developed an agricultural economy, and increased his
military force that made Emperor Qin the largest
military force in the country. He quickly led his
battalions against the other six warring province
ministers which resulted in the unification of
China. This abolished a feudal empire and
established a multi-racial culture.