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English: An attack on Beijing Castle during the Boxer Rebellion.
Translation of Japanese text:
  • Top, centre: The Fall of the Pekin Castle The Hostile Army Being Beaten Away From The Imperial Castle By The Allied Armies (same as English on bottom)
  • Top, right: 清國戰亂畫報其廿壱, roughly translating to Pictorial on War Disturbance of Qing Part 21.
  • Left border:Date of printing: September 3, Meiji 33. Date of publication: 13th of the same month in the same year. 15 Minami Norimonochō, Kanda Ward, Tokyo City. Illustrator, Printer and Publisher: Torajirō Kasai. Sales Agency: Seiundō.
Français : Attaque du château de Pékin durant la Révolte des Boxers.
Traduction des textes en Japonais:
  • En haut, au centre : La chute du château de Pékin. L'armée hostile bat en retraite du château face aux armées alliées (en bas, la même légende en anglais.)
  • En haut, à droite : Illustration des troubles guerriers sous les Qing, Planche 21.
  • Bordure gauche : Date d'impression : 3 septembre 33 de l'ère Meïji. Date de publication : 13 du même mois de la même année. 15 Minami Norimonochō, Arrondissement de Kanda, Tokyo. Réalisé, imprimé et publié par Torajirō Kasai. Coomercialisé par Seiundō.
Date September 1900
Source Library of Congress
Author Torajirō Kasai

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