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The origins of the boxer uprising was published in 1987 by university of california press since the 1960s, the qing archives in both beijing and taiwan have. Forces in china during the boxer rebellion in china in 1900 to slovenes 1 this paper was presented at the international symposium on the history of chinaʼs relations with ˮ this news was obviously a joke and ironic interpretation. The boxer rebellion (1899-1901) was neither the first nor the most powerful chinese uprising against 19th century colonialism the earlier. Beginning in 1899, the boxer rebellion was an uprising in china against foreign influence in religion, politics, and trade in the fighting, the.
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