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1 title Chinas Revolutionary Century © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 18 Feb 2010

2 Terms for Chinas Revolutionary Century

3 copper coins

4 string of cash

5 Nemesis at Guangzhou The Illustrated London News, 12 November 1842

6 Chinese victory at Sanyuanli ( )

7 First Round of Treaty Ports

8 the Xianfeng Emperor (reg )

9 Extent of the Taiping Movement

10 Upper North Dagu Fort, 21 Aug 1860

11 Belvedere of the God of Literature Pavilion, Summer Palace, October 1860

12 Second Round of Treaty Ports

13 Russian expansion,

14 Treaty Ports and Foreign Concessions

15 Hong Kong, 1856

16 Shanghai,

17 21 st century Shanghai: Pudong seen from the old Bund

18 The Empress Dowager ( ) 908)

19 Zongli Yamen

20 Burlingame Mission, 1868

21 Chinese Educational Mission: FOB in San Francisco, 1872

22 After six years in Hartford CT, 1878

23 Trans-Siberian Railroad

24 title

25 Pie, melon – whatever, its still getting carved up…

26 Treaty Ports and Foreign Concessions

27 Kang Youwei

28 The Guangxu Emperor (14 Aug 1871 – 14 Nov 1908)

29 Beijings Legation Quarter during the Boxer Period (1900)

30 The famous Horse Marines of the Marine Mounted Detachment assigned to the International Legation at Peking, China, in the 1930s. They posed before a large building on the Imperial Wall where heavy fighting by Marines had taken place during the 1900 Boxer Rebellion. Throughout the first three decades of the 20 th century, Marine duty in China was highly desirable. Even privates reportedly lived like kings in a very inexpensive and reception environment. (streamer = China Relief Expedition, )

31 The Empress Dowager, 1903

32 The Empress Dowager and Sarah Conger

33 Henry Puyi Aisin-Gioro

34 Yuan Shikai, 1912

35 Sun Yat-sen

36 Chen Duxiu ( )

37 New Youth magazine

38 Lu Xun [Zhou Shuren] ( )

39 Hu Shi ( )

40 Li Dazhou

41 Warlord China – mid-1920s

42 Chiang Kai-shek ( ) at Whampoa, 1924

43 advertisement for Golden Dragon cigarettes, 1925

44 Whampoa Military Academy, c. 1925

45 National Humiliation Illustrated (c )

46 Zhang Zuolin ( )

47 Chiang Kai-shek marries Soong May-ling (1 December 1927)

48 Charlie Soong (c ) as a student at Vanderbilt

49 the Soong Sisters (Ailing, Qingling, Meiling)

50 Canton, December 1927

51 CCP-controlled areas, early 1930s

52 Zhang Zuolins RR car (June 1928)

53 Zhang Xueliang ( )

54 Xian (Sian) Incident, December 1936

55 (the end)

56 title

57 Dong Fuxiang attacks at Dagu

58 title

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