Wei-hai-Wei, the British naval port in North China
|Caption||Wei-hai-Wei, the British naval port in North China. Illustration for China of Today or The Yellow Peril edited by Charles N Robinson (Navy & Army Illustrated and George Newnes, c 1896).|
|Artist||European Photographer (19th Century)|
|Artwork medium||black and white photograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||history historical century 1890s nineties China Chinese The Yellow Peril crisis Wei-Hai-Wei British naval port North China Island Liu-kung town wall First Chinese Regiment British Infantry shore|
|Image ref||Maximum size available||Views|
|M455816||6,263 x 5,460 pixels||0|
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