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China in convulsion,

by Arthur H. Smith.

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Main Author: Smith, Arthur H.
Published: New York, F.H. Revell Co., 1901.
Topics: China -- History -- Boxer Rebellion, 1899-1901.
Regions: China - History - Boxer Rebellion, 1899-1901. | China.
Genres: History.
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V.1. Remoter sources of antipathy -- International complications -- Protestants in China -- Roman Catholics in China -- A half century of anti-foreign riots -- An anti-foreign propaganda and its results -- The commercial intrusion -- Territorial aggression -- Reaction against reform -- Genesis of the Boxer movement -- Gather of the storm -- Spread of the Boxer rising -- The Boxers and the Chinese government -- State of semi-siege in Peking [i.e., Beijing] -- Attack on the Legations -- First week of the siege -- The struggle for the wall -- Dark days -- The armistice
V.2. Siege life -- Days of waiting -- Renewal of the attack -- The relief -- From Taku to Peking -- The fortifications -- After the siege -- Hand of God in the siege -- Punishment of Peking -- The capital in transformation -- Ruin of T'ung Chou [i.e., Tong Zhou] -- Tientsin [i.e., Tianjin] after the siege -- Foreigners in the interior -- Notable experiences -- The catastrophe to the native church -- Personal narratives -- Fire and sword in Shansi [i.e., Shanxi Sheng] -- A twelve-month of foreign occupation -- The outlook.

Table of Contents for: China in convulsion