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The Boxer Rebellion in China, which was ultimately suppressed by the Eight-Nation Alliance of foreign powers in 1901, severely weakened the Qing Dynasty and its defense capabilities, forced the Chinese to accept the garr... More »

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The Boxer Rebellion occurred when a conservative nationalist government took power in China in 1898 and prompted the Boxers, a secret society with anti-Christian sentiments, to rebel against the presence of Westerners in... More »

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The Boxer Rebellion displaced and killed many Chinese citizens, and fatally weakened the Qing Dynasty, allowing China's transition to a republic in 1912. The Boxer Rebellion, also called the Boxer Uprising, started in 19... More »

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