Confidential Letter No. 1 re: Progessive Society Members Plotting in Chefoo to Assassinate Commandant Wang, from Harold Porter, H.B.M. Acting Consul, Chefoo, to Sir John Jordan, His Majesty's Minister, Peking, January 10, 1912

Confidential Letter No. 1 re: Progessive Society Members Plotting in Chefoo to Assassinate Commandant Wang, from Harold Porter, H.B.M. Acting Consul, Chefoo, to Sir John Jordan, His Majesty's Minister, Peking, January 10, 1912

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Field of Interest
Global Issues
Author
Harold Porter, fl. 1911
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Content Type
Government/institutional document
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Warning: Contains explicit content
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Format
Text
Page Count
3
Series Number
Revolution in China, reactions at Chefoo. (CO/873/327)
Subject
Global Issues, Social Sciences, Wartime Conditions and Military Tactics, Violence and Repression, Chinese Revolution of 1911, Assassination plots and attempts, Chinese Revolution, 1911-1912, Politics & Policy, Condições do Tempo de Guerra e Táticas Militares, Condiciones en Tiempos de Guerra y Tácticas Militares, Chefoo, Shandong, Chefoo, Che-fu, Shandong, Chefoo Provincial Government, Wu TingFang, 1842-1922, Yantai, Shandong, Sir John Newell Jordan, 1852-1925, Chinese, Industrialization and Western Global Hegemony (1750–1914), 1912
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Condições do Tempo de Guerra e Táticas Militares, Condiciones en Tiempos de Guerra y Tácticas Militares, Chefoo, Shandong, Chefoo, Che-fu, Shandong

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