Li Chu

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Empress Zhang (Suzong) - As Imperial Consort
... Soon after Li Heng arrived in Lingwu, the officials and generals there urged him to take the throne, and he did (as Emperor Suzong) ... Zhang empress, but at the advice of his key advisor Li Mi, decided that it was inappropriate to do so before he had a chance to seek the approval of Emperor Xuanzong (whom he honored as Taishang ... Li Mi opined that in the difficult times, it would be inappropriate for her to use such a luxurious item, and therefore suggested instead that the jewels be removed and rewarded to those ...
Empress Zhang (Suzong) - As Empress
... Empress Zhang became empress, she tried to have her son Li Shao, who was said to be only a few years old, made crown prince ... Emperor Suzong, who favored Li Chu as crown prince, could not decide immediately, but after consulting with the official Li Kui, he created Li Chu crown prince later in 758 and changed ... She nevertheless thereafter tried to have Li Yu replaced with Li Shao, but after Li Shao died in 760, because Li Tong was even younger, Li Yu's position was secure ...
Li Fuguo - During Emperor Suzong's Reign
... After Emperor Suzong took the throne, while he did not at that point make his oldest son Li Chu the Prince of Guangping crown prince, he gave Li Chu the title of supreme ... Emperor Suzong entrusted Li Jingzhong with the important secrets, and Li Fuguo became in charge of receiving important reports, as well as distributing military command ... He also changed Li Jingzhong's name to Huguo (meaning, "one who protects the state") ...
Consort Shen - During The Anshi Rebellion and Disappearance
... Li Heng did not follow Emperor Xuanzong to Chengdu rather, he fled to Lingwu, where he was declared emperor (as Emperor Suzong) ... Li Chu followed his father to Lingwu as well ... emperor, a joint Tang and Huige force, commanded by Li Chu, recaptured Chang'an and then Luoyang ...
Li Tan - During Anshi Rebellion
... Li Heng did not follow Emperor Xuanzong, and initially remained at Mawei in response to the people of the region's request that he remain to fight ... Li Heng initially stated that he wished to follow Emperor Xuanzong to Chengdu, but Li Tan convinced him to stay, saying The rebellious Hu has revolted, and the realm is breaking ... at least 100,000 men, and then summon Li Guangbi and Guo Ziyi to join forces with you ...