By Robert Bickers,Jonathan J. Howlett
This e-book provides various new study on British-Chinese family within the interval from Britain’s first imperial intervention in China as much as the 1960s. Topics lined contain financial matters reminiscent of fi nance, funding and chinese language labour in British territories, questions of perceptions on either side, resembling British concerns approximately, and exaggeration of, the ‘China threat’, together with to India, and British aggression in the direction of, and eventual withdrawal from, China.
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Britain and China, 1840-1970: Empire, Finance and War (Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia) by Robert Bickers,Jonathan J. Howlett