Boxer Rebellion: Older men declare war. But it is the youth that must fight and die.

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Boxer Rebellion: Older men declare war. But it is the youth that must fight and die.

English | 2021 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B092DWNKCT | 92 Pages | EPUB | 1.84 MB

The Boxer Rebellion, Boxer Uprising or Yihetuan Movement, was an armed and violent xenophobic, anti-Christian, and anti-imperialist insurrection in China between 1899 and 1901, towards the end of the Qing dynasty.
Boxer Rebellion
Chapter 1: Story Boxer Rebellion
1.1 Origins of the Boxers
1.2 Causes of conflict and unrest
Chapter 2: Boxer War
2.1 Seymour Expedition
2.2 Conflicting attitudes within the Qing imperial court
Chapter 3: Siege of the International Legations
3.1 Rising tensions
3.2 Boxer movement
3.3 Boxers attack Christians
Chapter 4: Dilemma of the Chinese Government
4.1 Besieged
4.2 Chinese attacks and resolve
4.3 Fight on the Wall
4.4 Darkest days and a truce
Chapter 5: Relief of the Legations
5.1 Casualties
5.2 Propaganda
5.3 Aftermath
5.4 Officials and commanders at cross purposes
Chapter 6: Eight-Nation Alliance
6.1 Member nations
6.2 British Empire
6.3 Australian colonies
6.4 India
6.5 Germany
6.6 France
6.7 Italy
6.8 Japan
6.9 Russia
6.10 United States
6.11 Military engagement, punitive expeditions and looting
Chapter 7: Gaselee Expedition
7.1 The expedition
7.2 Russian invasion of Manchuria
7.3 Massacre of missionaries and Chinese Christians
Chapter 8 : Aftermath
8.1 Reparations
8.2 Long-term consequences
Chapter 9: Controversies and changing views of the Boxers
Chapter 10: Terminology
Chapter 11: Later representations

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