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General Resources
Modern Chinese History: A Basic Bibliography (texts arranged by subject and by time period) (Brent Irvin, U. California San Diego)
Chinese History Research Site (includes articles, reviews, and other resources; maintained by graduate students in Modern Chinese History Program) (U. California, San Diego)
Historical Society for 20th Century China (society homepage, information)
The Boxer Rebellion
Fei Ch'i-hao The Boxer Rebellion, 1900 (English translation of Chinese historical text, within Paul Halsall's Modern History Sourcebook)
Boxer Uprising: China, 1900-1901 (historical overview, photos, and short bibliography) (Australian War Memorial, Canberra)
The Boxer Rebllion (historical overview and images) (J. Buschini, Small Planet Communications.com)
The Centennial of the Boxer Rebellion (article and images) (Yale U. Library)
John W. Guy "Role of the United States Marines During the Relief of Peking, The Boxer Rebellion - 1900" (article and images) (U. San Diego)
George Odgers War Against the Boxers (historical overview and photos, with emphasis on Australian participation)
Boxer Rebellion (Third China War) 1900 (articles, maps, bibliography, and links) (T.F. Mills, Regiments.org)
 The Boxer Rebellion, 1900: A Selection of Prints, Books and Photographs (Frances Wood, British Library, London)
Historical Chinese Language Materials in British Columbia: An Electronic Inventory (database) (U. British Columbia)
Chinese Canadian Historical Photo Exhibit (19th c. photos) (Chinese Canadian National COuncil, Toronto)
The Cultural Revolution
The Cultural Revolution as History (book reviews and articles by graduate students) (U. California, San Diego)
The Cultural Revolution: Bibliography (within larger site on Chinese history) (Marilyn Shea, U. Maine)
Virtual Museum of the 'Cultural Revolution' (in Chinese or in English; articles and images, arranged by subject, in developing database)(China News Digest, International)
Picturing Power: Posters of the Cultural Revolution (online exhibit of collection originally arranged by U. Westminster and Indiana U.) (Ohio State U.)
John Fairbank Memorial Chinese History Virtual Library: Modern (articles and images, from the Qing Period to the present) (Robert Gray, U. Michigan)
Frederick S. Litten (I. for the History of Science, Ludwig-Maximilians-U., Munich) 'The CCP and the Fujian Rebellion" (essay in translation of thesis on Communist involvement in 1930's insurgency) (1988)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: Hong Kong: History (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
Indo-Chinese War (1962)
Official 1962 War History (pdf articles) (History Division, Ministry of Defence, Government of India)
Neville Maxwell India's China War (full e-text, arranged by chapter)
Indo-China War, 1962 (tables, links to articles arranged by topic0 (T.F. Mills, Regiments.org)
War in the Himalayas: 1962 Indo-Sino Conflict (articles, images, military history)(Bharat Rakshak)
Indo-China War of 1962 (historical overview) (John Pike, Global Security.org)
A Modern Chinese History Virtual Library
Homepage (Robert Gray / Fairbank Chinese History Library, Harvard U.)
People's Republic of China (1949-present) 
Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) 
Republican Era (1912-1949) 
The Hedda Morrison Photographs, 1933-46 (Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard U.)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) The People's Republic of China (1 of a series of overview articles on Communist China, within larger history of China site)
Bibliography of Photo Albums and Materials related to Photography in China and Tibet before 1949 (includes images) (Thomas H. Hahn, COrnell U.)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) Republican China (1 of a series of overview articles on Republican China, within larger history of China site)
Separate Lives, Broken Dreams: Saga of Chinese Immigration (discussion of U.S. Chinese Exclusion Act, links to related resources) (National Asian American Telecommunication Association)
Shanghai in Images: A Historical Photographic Database (in English or French) (I. of East Asian Studies, Lyon U., and Center for Chinese Studies, U. California, Berkeley)
The Second Sino-Japanese War (1931-45)
Memorial Hall of the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre, 1937-38 (Chiu-yee Cheung, Hong Kong)
Nanking 1937: Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Nanking Massacre (virtual exhibit, including historical articles and images) (Princeton U.)
Leon Poon (U. Maryland) Republican China: Anti-Japanese War (overview article, within larger history of China site)
Shanghai 1937: Photographs of Karl Kengelbacher (over 100 photos of a four-month period of the war in Shanghai) (Peter Kengelbacher, and Schauwecker's Guide to Japan)
A Joint Study of the Sino-Japanese War, 1931-1945 (bibliographies, links, documents, conference minutes, description of project seeking to connect scholars) (Asia Center, Harvard U., and Steven Phillips, Towson U.)
Headland, Isaac Taylor Court Life in China (1909) (full etext, within U. Virginia's electronic text collections)

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