20 rare pictures of Boxer prisoners during late Qing Dynasty

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Pictures of the boxer rebellion: in the late Qing Dynasty (1899-1902), China was plagued by an xenophobic conflict that bloodied the country for three years.

Related articles: Facts, History & Combatants of the Boxer Rebellion

Boxer Uprising was a proto-nationalist movement by the “Righteous Harmony Society”. Qing government ignored or even encouraged Boxer rebels; at the same time Qing Dinasty supported Western forces to crush the revolt.

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Source [note: original source may have been removed]

via La Rivolta dei Boxer

 


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