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TIMELINE OF THE BOXER REBELLION

Source:   The executions of Boxers are carried out publicly in retribution and as a warning to others who might dissent  

“A DAY AFTER THE BOXERS LAY SIEGE TO THE INTERNATIONAL LEGATIONS IN BEIJING, DOWAGER EMPRESS TZ’U-HZI DECLARES WAR ON ALL FOREIGNERS IN CHINA”

18 October 1899

BATTLE OF SENLUO TEMPLE

Despite divided loyalties in the Chinese government, Qing troops defeat the Boxers in a

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