6 edition of Chinese Account Of The Opium War found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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Download book Chinese account of the Opium war - War College Series Author: unknown. This is a curated and comprehensive collection of the most important works covering matters related to national security, diplomacy, defense, war, strategy, and tactics. The Root of the Opium War: Mismanagement in the Aftermath of the British East India Company's Loss of its Monopoly in Abstract The histories of the Opium War, of which there are many, have posited that the roots of the conflict are diverse and interconnected, ranging from cultural differences to conflicting perspectives on trade. Many.
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Anyway this account didn't really change my view of the Opium War, which is generally sympathetic Chinese Account Of The Opium War book the British.
But it does give an interesting account of why the Chinese think they failed. Namely, they didn't handle their internal dissenters properly, and they large scale political strategy was wrong/5. It's relatively uncommon to find nearly contemporaneous accounts from the Chinese viewpoint of events so significant as the Opium Wars, and this book is helpful in putting forward Chinese Account Of The Opium War book deep sense of resentment held by the Chinese as a result of the British actions in infecting China with the curse of opium in the s/s: 9.
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About the Book Military history texts discuss the historical record of armed conflict in the history of humanity. Chinese account of the Opium war by Parker, Edward Harper, ; Wei, Yuan, Publication date Topics China -- History Opium War, Publisher Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, ltd.
Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. Addeddate. Chinese Account of the Opium War, by Yuan Wei, is taken from his famous book Military-Operations of the Present Dynasty. This edition is translated by Edward Harper Parker/5(9).
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Wei Yuan was a Chinese scholar from Shaoyang, Chinese Account Of The Opium War book. He moved to Yangzhou inwhere he remained for the rest of his life.
He is best known for writing Military history of the Qing Dynasty, a narrative work on the Opium War, and Illustrated Treatise on the Maritime Kingdoms, which consisted of Western material collected by Lin Zexu during and after the First Opium War.
The bombardment of Guangzhou during the first Opium War in HONG KONG — InBritain went to war Chinese Account Of The Opium War book China over questions of trade, diplomacy, national dignity and.
This book tells the fascinating story of the war between England and China that delivered Hong Kong to the English, forced the imperial Chinese government to add four ports to Canton as places in which foreigners could live and trade, and rendered irreversible the process that for almost a century thereafter distinguished western relations with this quarter of the globe-- the process that is.
Buy Chinese Account of the Opium War by Parker, Edward H (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 7. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Parker, Edward Harper, Chinese account of the Opium war.
Shanghai, Kelly & Walsh, ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Chinese Account Of The Opium War book reprint. Originally published: Shanghai: Kelly & Walsh, "The following story is a translation of the last two chapters of the Shêng wu-ki author is Wei Yüan"--Page [i].
Buy Chinese Account of the Opium War by Edward H Parker online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 19 editions - starting at $ Shop now. The First Opium War began in and was fought over trade, financial reparations, and diplomatic status. In the late 18th century, the British East India Company, contravening Chinese laws, had begun smuggling Indian opium into China and became the leading suppliers by Bythe Company was illegally sending 4, chests of opium (each weighing 77 kg) to China a year.
In An Account of the Daoguang-Era Pacification Campaign Against the Western Ships, Wei glorifies Lin Zexu’s heroic attempts to resist the British. A translation by Edward Harper was published in under the title Chinese Account of the Opium War. The Chinese Account of the Opium War Magic Washer The Manchu Annals introduce the history of the English opium war with a statement that, early in the summer ofthe Director of the Court of State Ceremonial, Hwang Tsioh-tsz,” represented in a Memorial to the Throne that the growing consumption of foreign opium was at the root of all.
A Communist Chinese view of the Opium War ofbetween Britain and China, compiled in by members of the history departments of Futan University and Shanghai Teachers' University. Preview this book». Unlike most accounts of the Opium War, “Imperial Twilight” focuses not on the conflict itself but on its background, going back to the Chinese decision in the s to restrict Western trade.
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The PDF Chinese Account of the Opium War ePub book is available in PDF, Kindle, Ebook, ePub, and mobi formats Which you can now store on your device and you can carry it anywhere easily. This account of the Opium War is one of the founding episodes of Chinese nationalism.
It begins what most Chinese people know of as the “century of humiliation”, which starts with the Opium War, and which only comes to an end with Communist victory [in ]. The following story of the Opium War is to all intents and purposes a translation of the last two chapters of the Sheng Wu-ki or " Military- Operations of the present Dynasty." The author is Wei Yuan, a Chinese who held, about forty years ago, the post of Department Magistrate at Kao-yu, north of Yangchow; andWei Yuan's style has been followed.
It is a worthwhile attempt to give a more balanced, or, richer account to the history of Opium War. The writer, given being a British, was cautious in her approach, wise but wanting.
As a Chinese, I am going to say it straight: the war was a victory of the civilised over the s: Chinese Account of the Opium War is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.
As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. Chinese Account of the Opium War 是莊延齡翻譯自魏源所著《聖武記》最後兩卷的一本譯著，在年由上海別法洋行出版，全書只有82頁。 《聖武記》成書於年，共14卷，是清史研究的開創性著作，前10卷記載歷史事件，後4卷是魏源對練兵、整軍、應敵的議論。Reviews: 1.
The opium war did help to bring about the collapse of the last Chinese dynasty, a fact worth remembering inexactly a century since the. Imports of opium into China stood at chests annually inwhen the first anti-opium edict was promulgated.
By the time Chinese authorities reissued the prohibition in starker terms inthe figure had leaped; 4, chests were imported in the year The decade of the s witnessed a rapid rise in opium trade, and byjust before the First Opium War, it had climbed to. One could misconstrue the title of this book as a reference to the first Opium War of to A cursory review of the content would reinforce this view as the 2nd Opium War, the scale of which was on a par with the preceding conflict, receives scant attention with just three pages devoted to s: The Opium War opened China against the will of the Chinese people.
It put China into the control of Western countries and made it a semi-feudal semi-colonial state. To the Chinese, the Opium War was a shameful defeat and they vowed to strengthen China in order to prevent it from happening again.
The Second Opium War (Chinese: 第二次鴉片戰爭; pinyin: Dì'èrcì Yāpiàn Zhànzhēng), also known as the Second Anglo-Chinese War, the Second China War, the Arrow War, or the Anglo-French expedition to China, was a war pitting the British Empire and the French Empire against the Qing dynasty of China that lasted from to We’re Still Fighting the Opium Wars.
For those seeking a blow-by-blow account of the conflict, this book will more than satisfy. While opium became a salient issue for Chinese officials. Opium Wars, two armed conflicts in China in the midth century between the forces of Western countries and of the Qing dynasty, which ruled China from to /The first Opium War (–42) was fought between China and Britain, and the second Opium War (–60), also known as the Arrow War or the Anglo-French War in China, was fought by Britain and France against China.
The Qing Empire and the Opium War Book Summary: The Opium War ofthe first military conflict to take place between China and the West, is a subject of enduring interest. Mao Haijian, one of the most distinguished and well-known historians working in China, presents the culmination of more than ten years of research in a revisionist reading of the conflict and its main Chinese.
The Opium War Through Chinese Eyes by Authur Waley Call Number: DSW3 Papers relating to the opium trade in China, by Great Britain.
Destroying Chinese War Junks by E. Duncan During the war, British forces occupied Shanghai, which (at the time) was a trading port with other Chinese cities. Then, when the British won the war, Shanghai was opened as one of five international ports as per the terms of the Treaty of Nanjing ().
Chinese Account of the Opium War by Edward Harper Parker,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Fully aware of the pitfalls of these perspectives and armed with revisionist literature that was mostly developed by academics in the field of Chinese history in America, Stephen Platt’s Imperial Twilight charts the history of the Canton trade era that started in and ended at the conclusion of the Opium War in During these crucial.
Excellent account about the Opium authors are excellent in bringing the details without leaving any stone book shows how hypocritical the British and the Chinese people are when it comes to dealing with a problem that is so obvious.I found particularly interesting the fact that many Chinese people in important positions in the Goverment were opium several 5/5(5).
Imperial Twilight: The Opium War and the End of China's Last Golden Age, by Stephen R. Platt, Knopf, pages, $ Stephen R. Platt believes that the so-called Opium War of.
The Opium War started as a pdf over trading rights between China and Great Britain. Regular trade between Europe and the Chinese had been ongoing for centuries.The American account is favorable download pdf the opium trade, stating that opium has no ill effect on its users.
Lord Palmerston A brief letter written in by the British Foreign Secretary to the British envoy in China urging the envoy to convince Chinese officials to legalize the sale of opium.In her book “The Ebook War: Drugs, Dreams and the Making of China”, she says the move into opium by British traders was not, as claimed by many Chinese historians, a deliberate conspiracy to.