The Spirit of the Chinese People
|The Spirit of the Chinese People (1915)
SPIRIT OF THE CHINESE PEOPLE.
WITH AN ESSAY
"The War and the Way out"
KU HUNG-MING, M.A. (Edin.)
Es giebt zwei friedliche Gewalten:
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THE PEKING DAILY NEWS.
L. SOYKA, ESQUIRE,
AN AUSTRIAN GENTLEMAN,
A Token of Gratitude
His chivalrous and great kindness to me
and my family during the Revolution
China in 1911.
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