International Conflict and Invasion

From the late nineteenth century, Chinese played host to numerous military incursions from foreign powers. Included in this theme are general histories of wars with Britain, Japan and Russia, accounts of specific military actions and profiles of prominent military figures.

The American almanac and repository of useful knowledge for the year 1841 1840 Boston
Are missionaries in any way responsible for the present disturbances in China? Dubose, Hampden C. [1900]
"Bethink yourselves": Tolstoy's letter on the Russo-Japanese war Tolstoy, Leo 1904 Boston
The bombardment of Canton Shortrede, Andrew 1857 London
The bombardment of Canton: six letters addressed to the editor of the "Daily News" by a twelve years' resident in China Shortrede, Andrew 1857 London
Books and authors: the national literary newspaper September 1917
Can the hostile proceedings of the British at Canton be justified? E.J. 1857 London
China vs. Japan February 1919 New York
China's claims at the peace table March 1919 New York
Chinese account of the Opium War Parker, E.H. 1888 Shanghai
Chinese Gordon: the uncrowned king: his character as it is portrayed in his private letters, compiled by Laura C. Holloway Gordon, Charles George, 1833-1885 1885 New York
The Chinese question Hallett, Holt S.
Chinese view of the war Cheng, F.T. [August 1915]
Correspondence regarding the negotiations between Japan and Russia (1903-1904) 1904 Washington D.C.
The cyclopedic review of current history March 1901 Boston, Mass.
Deeds of valor in the war between China and Japan, 1894: how America's heroes won the Medal of Honor 1905 Detroit, Mich.
The destruction of Kagosima, and our intercourse with Japan Richard, Henry 1863 London
The destruction of the schools for the blind by the Chinese in Peking in June 1900 1901
England and China: their future duty, interest, and safety: in a letter to the Right Hon. Sir R. Peel, bart. &c. &c. &c., by an Englishman 1842 London
Experiences in China Dickman, J.T., Captain [1901]
Famous battles of the nineteenth century Welsh, Charles 1907-1910 New York
The first British bombardment in Japan and the debate on it in the House of Commons April 1864 London
The French at Foochow Roche, James F.; Cowen, L.L. 1884 Shanghai
The hand of God in the siege of Peking Smith, A.H., Rev
A hand-book on the annexation of Hawaii Thurston, Lorrin A. [1897?] Michigan
Has the United States a duty and a destiny to fulfill in China? Webster, John Lee, 1847- [1900?]
The heart of Pekin: Bishop A. Favier's diary of the siege, May-August, 1900, edited by Rev J. Freri Favier, Alphonse, 1837-1905 1901 Boston
The hope of the Philippines Seaman, Louis Livingston, Major
The hostilities at Canton Stapleton, Augustus G. 1857 London
A letter to Lord Lyndhurst, on the late debate upon China Kelly, Fitzroy Edward, Sir, 1796-1880 1857 London
A narrative of the recent events in Tong-King Cordier, Henri January 1875 Shanghai
Narrative of the shipwreck of the "Kite" March 1841 Macau
The Nation, volume CIV 1917 New York
The new quarrel in China 1859 London
Origin and progress of the war between England and China Edmonds, John Worth, 1799-1874 1841 New York
Origin and progress of the war between England and China Edmonds, John W. 1924 Seattle
Our interests in China. A letter to the Right Hon. Earl Russell, K.G. Lay, Horatio N. 1864 London
The Pacific and the Amoor. Naval, military, and diplomatic operations from 1855 to 1861 Marx, Francis May 1861 London
The Peking legations: a national uprising and international episode Hart, Robert, Sir, 1835-1911 1900 Shanghai
Peril of China's revolt Totten, Charles Adiel Lewis, 1851-1908 [1900] [New Haven, CT]
The quarrel between Great Britain and China April 1840
Questions of the day. No 1 Tyler, Captain 1857 London
The relations between China and Japan during the last twenty-five years 1919 London
Report of the East India Committee of the Colonial Society on the causes and consequences of the military operations in China East India Committee, Colonial Society, London 1843 London
Report of the East India Committee of the Colonial Society on the causes and consequences of the military operations in China East India Committee, Colonial Society 1843 London
Reports, minutes and despatches, on the British position and prospects in China Martin, Robert Montgomery, 1803?-1868 [1846] London
Responsibility among the Chinese Cady, C.M. January 1896
The responsibility of Great Britain for the present crisis in China, and our duties for the future in the Far East Pickering, W.A. 1900 London
The rupture with China, and its causes: including the opium question, and other important details, in a letter to Lord Viscount Palmerston by a resident in China 1840 London
The Russians in Manchuria Kropotkin, P. May 1901
The Russo-Chinese question August 1880 Shanghai
A short history of Chinkiang Woodbridge, Samuel I. 1898 [Chinkiang?]
The sources of the anti-foreign disturbances in China: with a supplementary account of the uprising of 1900 Reid, Gilbert, 1857-1927 1903 Shanghai
The story of China: with a description of the events relating to the present struggle, with over seventy illustrations and maps from photographs taken by the author and others, and from original drawings Edwards, Neville 1900 London, Philadelphia
The war in Tong-King: why the French are in Tong-King, and what they are doing there Staunton, Sidney Augustus 1884 Boston
What shall we do with our dependencies? Storey, Moorfield 1903 Boston