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dc.contributor.authorPhotographer: Giles Family
dc.description"On 14 August [1900] at 3 pm, British Rajputs and Sikhs crawled through the Water Gate under the Tartar City wall on the southern defence perimeter of the legations, and the central gates of the quarter were flung open to receive the rescuing British troops....... in fifty-five days, sixty-six people had been killed, and a hundred and fifty wounded [not counting the Chinese Christians who had fought alongside the Europeans]" Marina Warner (1972) p.244.
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dc.publisherCanberra, ACT : The Australian National University
dc.relation.ispartofGiles Family Albums
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dc.sourceMenzies Very Large Rare Book 2233396
dc.subject.otherChina--History--Boxer Rebellion, 1899-1901
dc.titleFirst in!
dc.rights.holderThe Australian National University.
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local.citation2233396 Album 2 Page 14 Photograph 4
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