Explore Military Art, Military Uniforms, and more!

Torture and murder of Christian nuns and priests during the Boxer rising in China. From Le Petit Journal, Paris, 19 December 1891.

Torture and murder of Christian nuns and priests during the Boxer rising in China. From Le Petit Journal, Paris, 19 December

Royal British Bengal Lancers on the march to Beijing during the Boxer Rebellion, China

Royal British Bengal Lancers on the march to Beijing during the Boxer Rebellion, China

Boxer Rebellion executions - Google Search

Corpes of Boxers after rebellion crushed Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Jun Boxer Rebellion begins in China

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Jun 20, 1900: Boxer Rebellion begins in China

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Jun Boxer Rebellion begins in China

Eight Nation Alliance attacking Shanhaiguan Pass, Boxer Rebellion, China

Eight Nation Alliance attacking Shanhaiguan Pass, Boxer Rebellion, China

Austrian sailors storming the Taku Forts during the Boxer Rebellion

Austrian sailors storming the Taku Forts during the Boxer Rebellion

World War I Poster                                                                                                                                                     More

World War I, Uncle Sam★Pay our Vets, we OWE them ourlives !

Foreign troops engaging the Chinese Boxer forces.  By 1900, the Qing dynasty, which had ruled China for more than two centuries, was crumbling and Chinese culture was under assault by powerful and unfamiliar religious and secular culture.

Foreign troops engaging the Chinese Boxer forces. By the Qing dynasty, which had ruled China for more than two centuries, was crumbling and Chinese culture was under assault by powerful and unfamiliar religious and secular culture.

CHINA-CHINESE-1906-BOXER-REBELLION-REBEL-POSTCARD

Boxer (Zhoongguo) Archer of Militia United in Righteousness Movement (Yihetuan Yundong) (Qing, Zhoongguo) H Photograph)

By May 1900, the Boxer Rebellion had come out of the countryside and was being waged in the capital of Peking (now Beijing). In this painting, we see the boxers cutting the lines of communication, setting fire to the city, killing foreigners an destroying anything foreign.

By May 1900, the Boxer Rebellion had come out of the countryside and was being waged in the capital of Peking (now Beijing). In this painting, we see the boxers cutting the lines of communication, setting fire to the city, killing foreigners an destroying anything foreign.

Boxer rebels awaiting execution. Look at that defiant smugness.

Boxer rebels awaiting execution. Look at that defiant smugness.

Gavin- I pinned this because it was a very important part of Chinese history.  American and other foreign forces against Chinese rebels.

The Boxer Rebellion and Empress Tzu Hai (Original) art by Andrew Howat Archive

Pinterest
Search