Nien-fei Mounted Taiping Bandit in combat against the Imperial Huai Army 'Braves' during the Taiping Rebellion, China

Nien-fei Mounted Taiping Bandit in combat against the Imperial Huai Army 'Braves' during the Taiping Rebellion, China

The photographs document an interesting time for China around the time of the Taiping Rebellion, a massive civil war in the south against the ruling Manchu Qing dynasty, and here features men wearing military dress

Incredible archive pictures of China in the 1860s sells at for £40k

Herbert Elgar Hobson collected the shots of dignitaries, ships, landscapes and cities when he worked with the Chinese Maritime Customs Service in the

Taiping Revolution - Wikipedia, The Taiping Rebellion was a massive civil war in southern China from 1850 to 1864, against the ruling Manchu Qing dynasty. At least 20 million people died, in one of the deadliest military conflicts in history.

Taiping Revolution - Wikipedia, The Taiping Rebellion was a massive civil war in southern China from 1850 to against the ruling Manchu Qing dynasty. At least 20 million people died, in one of the deadliest military conflicts in history.

Retro Brit: Hong Xiuquan and the Taiping Rebellion (1850 - 1864)

Retro Brit: Hong Xiuquan and the Taiping Rebellion -

Taiping Rebellion - Wikipedia

Taiping Rebellion - Wikipedia

Hong Xiuquan led the Taiping Rebellion. He suffered a mental breakdown and believed he was 'God's Chinese Son'

Hong Xiuquan was a semi-Christian prophet. He began the Taiping Rebellion. Eventually is was defeated by the Qing dynasty.

taiping rebellion - historycentral.com

taiping rebellion - historycentral.com

The Taiping Rebellion (1850-64): Peasants tried of poor farming conditions, political corruption and a lavish Imperial court set out under Hong Xiuquan to take control of China, this is thought to be on of largest peasant revolts in human history.

Regaining the Provincial Capital of Ruizhou - Qing dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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