Chinese railways and British interests, 1898-1911 by E-tu Zen Sun

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Statementby E-tu Zen Sun.
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Pagination230p.,ill.,21cm
Number of Pages230
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Open LibraryOL19448573M

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Chinese railways and British interests, Imprint New York, King's Crown Press, Columbia University, Physical description viii, p. 2 maps. 21 cm. Online. Available online At the library. Hoover Library.

Access. Items must be requested in advance and viewed on-site. Foreword was published in Chinese Railways and British Interests – on page VII. Frontmatter was published in Chinese Railways and British Interests – on page I. E-TU ZEN SUN. Chinese Railways and British Interests Pp. viii, New York: King's Crown Press, Columbia University, $Author: Charles F.

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*Dr. Sun received her PhD in history from Radcliffe College and is now teaching at Pennsylvania State University. Her book, Chinese Railways and British Interests has been published recently by the King's Crown Press.

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On 31 Decemberthe Soviet Union returned full control of the Chinese Eastern Railway to the People's 1898-1911 book of return of the railway marked the first time that the China Eastern Railway (known as the Chinese Changchun Railway at the time) had been under full Chinese control since the railway was constructed in Steam locomotives.

The first Chinese railways and British interests locomotive in China is thought to be a 2 ft 6 in ( mm) gauge T engine used on the Shanghai-Wusong s the end of the 19th century concessions obtained from the Qing dynasty enabled foreign powers (Germany, Russia, France and Great Britain) to build railways in China, and they introduced a variety of foreign-built machines.

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Inthe dream was made a reality at Promontory Point, Utah with the connection of two railway lines. The Union Pacific began construction of their rail in Omaha, Nebraska working toward the west.

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