Foreigners Within the Gates: The Legations at Peking
Oxford University Press (China) Limited, 1993 - History - 158 pages
This fascinating book describes, through period photographs and text, the history of the foreign legations in the Chinese capital from their establishment in the 1800s to the present. More than simply a description of a place, the book conveys a lively sense of the rich social, political, economic, and religious life of a community that coexisted with--but lived apart from--the surrounding Chinese world.
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The Early Legations
Peking and the Foreign Community
The Siege of the Legations
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acres American Legation arrived in Peking Austria-Hungary Backhouse Bank's Baron von Ketteler became Belgian Boxer Protocol Boxer Troubles British Legation built Canal Road centre Changan Changan Avenue China Chinese capital Chinese Government Chinese Imperial Chinese officials Chinese residents Convention of Peking court diplomatic corps Dongjiaomin Xiang Dutch Legation early Legations east Emperor Empress Dowager entrance gate envoy established European foreign community foreign Powers foreign residents French Legation German Legation Glacis Hatamen Street Hotel Imperial Canal inside the British inside the Legation Italian Legation Japanese Legation kow-tow late later Legation community Legation compound Legation Guards Legation in Peking Legation Quarter Legation Street Legation's looting Manchu Minister missionaries negotiations nineteenth century Peking branch Peking residents Peking's photograph shows premises Protocol of 1901 Qianmen Relief forces residence in Peking Rue Marco Polo Russian Legation Siege Tartar City Wall trade Treaty of Nanjing Treaty of Tianjin Western Zongli Yamen