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A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

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On December 23, 1913, Yuan Shikai went against the grain and restored the imperial system

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Bada Hutong was the most famous place for fireworks in the capital during the last years of the Qing Dynasty.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

A classic old photo showing the scenery of the past: Mrs. Sun Yat-sen

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1902, somewhere in Xinjiang. Yamen. The plaque reads: What is Ming Hyun? And the "archer". Baidu Chinese characters explain it this way: archers refer to the types of troops that used bows, crossbows and other light projectile weapons as combat equipment in the era of cold weapons, and were an important part of the army in ancient wars. During the Song and Yuan dynasties, archers were soldiers who were responsible for local patrols and arrests, and belonged to the inspection department. Ming and Qing Dynasty because of it

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

I was fascinated by its unique shape

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1950, the French drank Coca-Cola for the first time in Paris.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

High-definition old photos of Xilin Temple in Lushan. Written by John Thomson

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1944, there were 13 black Navy officers in the United States, who were promoted to officers, and they were also the first black officers in the Navy, and they are often called the "Golden 13" by the outside world. The reason why they will be remembered is because there was serious racial discrimination in the United States at that time, and blacks were treated unfairly, and they were able to stand out and be elected as officers, which shows that these people's abilities are very good.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1912, the five-color flag of the Republic of China was hung on the throne of the Taihe Hall of the Forbidden City

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Serfs working with chains.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Sanitation workers in Shanghai in the 1920s

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1871, Cantonese women's hairstyles. Photo by John Thomson . .

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Chinese soldiers crossed the river on earthen canvas rafts carrying machine guns of 30 calibres

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Beijing, 1924. Lama temple.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

1949,上海战场国军。 Harrison Forman拍摄。 ​​​

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Nanjing in the 80s

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Victims fleeing with a cart.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Chairman Mao on the cover of the 5th issue of "People's Pictorial" in 1967

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

On May 8, 1945, Germany formally signed the unconditional surrender agreement, and the war in Europe came to an end. On this day, the French people took to the streets, and children were finally able to run freely on the streets. Everyone had a smile on their faces, and they saw hope in life again.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1906, change was made on the streets. This string of money is still quite heavy

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Today. Ah Cheng. Visit the factory and dormitory of the Harbin Acheng Sugar Factory, built in 1905. Heilongjiang Provincial Cultural Protection Unit

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

Before Cixi returned to the palace, she waved to the foreigners who were secretly taking pictures on the wall in the Guandi Temple. The eunuch on the side was still grinning with bared teeth, too shameless.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

A Japanese woman laughing in the arms of an American GI

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

The world's first jet aircraft was invented by the German Nazis, and work on its development began in 1936, with its first flight in 1939.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1918, Hangzhou Sidney Gambo photographed

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1934, students at the Institute of Highway Research sat on equipment stored in a warehouse in Leningrad, Soviet Union, and familiarized themselves with how to use them. In this photo, there is even a tank, but this tank, which has long since lost its barrel, is just one of the tools they studied.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1962, Jincheng County, Shanxi Province, Grain Bureau, Beishidian Grain Store, grain supply certificate

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

In 1906, the Qing Post. Figure 3, Jia Baoyu returned to his soul

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

The streets are crowded with people, and the men who steal things are tied up on the streets.

A Review of Yuan Shikai's Restoration of the Imperial Period: 30 Old Photographs Record the Changes of the Republic of China in 1913 2

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