The Boxer Rebellion: The Dramatic Story of China's War on Foreigners That Shook the World in the Summer of 1900

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The images on the pages noted have been reproduced from the following sources.

Images on endpapers and on pages 37, 77, 82, 106, 188, 210, 218, 294, 300, and 309 appear courtesy of The Library of Congress.

Images on pages 4, 8, 222, 230, 237, and 240 appear courtesy of The National Archives.

The image on page 19 appears with the permission of the Press Association. The image on page 31 appears courtesy of the Chinese Historical Museum, Beijing.

The images on pages 40,70,85,127,140,151,171,293, and 313 are reproduced courtesy of L. R. Marchant, from The Siege of the Peking Legations, Diary of Lancelot Giles, edited by L. R. Marchant.

The image on page 120 appears courtesy of the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library.

The images on pages 257, 356, 358, 359, and 360 appear courtesy of Michael Preston.

The image on page 304 appears with the permission of Radio Times Hulton.

The image on page 330 appears with the permission of the British Museum.

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