The End of Imperial China – New Historian

The combined resentment of foreign influence in Chinese culture, and growing dissatisfaction with the failing economy, culminated in the Boxer Rebellion of 1899. This major uprising was backed by the royal family, but also served to highlight just how tenuous their authority over the country had become. Ultimately, the Qing Empire was destroyed by revolution in 1911
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