China, 1900: the eyewitnesses speak : the experience of Westerners in China during the Boxer Rebellion, as described by participants in letters, diaries and photographs

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Greenhill Books, 2000 - History - 256 pages
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Combining first-hand accounts with incisive historical commentary, China 1900 examines the entire course of the Boxer Rebellion of 1900 when China was torn apart during a bloody uprising instigated by the infamous Boxers.

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Account of Charles Davis Jameson American Mining Engineer
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Sharf is an expert on late Victorian campaigns.

Peter Harrington, a native of Manchester, England, is currently the curator of the Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection at the John Hay Library of Brown University, Rhode Island, USA. He is an authority on artists and war and has written extensively on the subject, including British Artists and War: The Face of Battle in Paintings and Prints (1993), as well as organising a number of exhibitions on war art. This is his third book in the Osprey Campaign series, his others being Campaign 12: Culloden 1746 and Campaign 35: Plassey 1757.

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