British expeditionary force
|Caption||The Boxer Rebellion. Disruption of the railway line was anticipated by the expedition's leaders, who had brought along a gang of coolies to repair the damage (left). With four junks carrying their supplies, equipment and wounded, the expedition set off downstream (right). Progress was slow and the Boxers were a constant threat. Original artwork for the illustrations on pp 20-21 of L&L issue no. 800 (14 May 1977).|
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|Keywords||China Boxer Rebellion railway coolies Royal Navy Colonel Vogack Admiral Seymour|
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