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Some peaceful aspects of China and our countrymen there.
The crisis in China — the ‘Boxers,’ and who they are.
Britain’s first war with China, 1840-42.
From the Pei-ho to Pekin.
From Tientsin to Pekin.
The peril of Pekin.
The Chinese peril; the threatened Treaty Ports.
The fall of Pekin — scenes beneath the blood-stained walls of the Purple City.
The crisis in China — how the Allies entered Pekin.
The crisis in China — the great Yangtse waterway.
The country of the Manchus.
The crisis in China — what will the Allies do? Two opium hulks on the Wing Po (opposite the Bund,…
The crisis in China. Germans executing Chinese soldiers.
The relief of Pekin — Japanese troops passing through Tung-chau On the way to the capital.
The Japs entering the eastern gate at Pekin.
Reaping the whirlwind: Sir Robert Hart’s prophecy of a yellow peril.
The mysteries of Hsu-ching-cheng, the purple Forbidden City of Pekin — revealed by our correspondent’s camera.
Chinamen who wish to reform their country.
The grim humour of the Chinaman.
How the powers police Pekin.
How the people in north China travel.
A curious custom of the Chinese.
How the Chinese amuse themselves.
The return of the Chinese Court to Pekin.
The return of the Chinese Army to Pekin.
The return of the Emperor and Empress of China to the Forbidden City, Pekin, after their exile.
A memory of the Boxer rising.
Li Hung Chang — buried six months after death.