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title Chinas Revolutionary Century 1842 – 1949 Part II: The Qing ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University Revised 19 Aug 2013
Terms for Chinas Revolutionary Century
Belvedere of the God of Literature Pavilion, Summer Palace, October 1860
Upper North Dagu Fort, 21 Aug 1860
Etching of the water clock
Original rabbit-head from the collection of Yves St.- Laurent goes up for auction, 25 Feb 2009
Second Round of Treaty Ports
Treaty Ports and Foreign Concessions
Hong Kong, 1856
21 st century Shanghai: Pudong seen from the old Bund
The Empress Dowager ( ) 908)
Robert Hart ( ; I.G )
Burlingame Mission, 1868
Chinese Educational Mission: FOB in San Francisco, 1872
After six years in Hartford CT, 1878
Aftermath of the Tianjin Massacre
Pie, melon – whatever… its still getting carved up.
Treaty Ports and Foreign Concessions
German and British Leases on the Shandong Peninsula
The Guangxu Emperor (14 Aug 1871 – 14 Nov 1908)
Kang Youwei ( )
Title Chinas Revolutionary Century © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 18 Feb 2010.
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Title China’s Revolutionary Century 1842 – 1949 Part III: The Late Qing ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 23 Jan 2013.
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