History of War

FAILURE OF THE SEYMOUR EXPEDITION

Source:   Seymour Expedition soldiers return to Tientsin with their dead and wounded  

“ALTHOUGH HUNDREDS OF BOXERS AND CHINESE MUSLIM TROOPS WERE KILLED, THEIR FANATICISM WAS DISCONCERTING AND SEYMOUR ORDERED A GENERAL RETIREMENT TO TIENTSIN”

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