3 edition of General Gordon"s private diary of his exploits in China found in the catalog.
General Gordon"s private diary of his exploits in China
Charles George Gordon
|Statement||London, S. Low, Marston, Searle, $ Rivington, 1885.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 302 p.|
|Number of Pages||302|
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Charles George Gordon has 24 books on Goodreads with 71 ratings. Charles George Gordon’s most popular book is General Gordon's Khartoum Diary. Charles George Gordon, byname Chinese Gordon, (born Jan. 28,Woolwich, near London, Eng.—died Jan.
26,Khartoum, Sudan), British general who became a national hero for his exploits in China and his ill-fated defense of Khartoum against the Mahdists. Read More on This Topic. Sudan: Ismāʿīl Pasha and the growth of European influence.
LIEUTENANT-COLONELGORDON, EOTJlLEKGIITEEES,ANDC.B. ,9^*July, ia Major-General Charles George Gordon CB was an officer of the British Army during the Crimean War and Second Opium War, and served as Governor Geneeral of the Sudan He died in the Siege of Khartoum during the Mahdist War.
He became known as Chinese Gordon for his service in command of the "Ever Victorious Army," a mercenary force of the Qing Dynasty commanded by European and 4/5. The End of General Gordon Paras. 1– DURING the year a solitary English gentleman was to be seen, wandering, with a thick book under his arm, in the neighbourhood of Jerusalem.
His unassuming figure, short and slight, with its half-gliding, half-tripping motion, gave him a boyish aspect, which contrasted, oddly, but not unpleasantly. ‘General Gordon's Private Diary of his Exploits in China.’ amplified by S.
Mossman, ‘Gordon, a woman's memories of him, and his letters to her from the Holy Land,’ ‘Letters to his Sister, M. Gordon,’ Major-General Charles George Gordon CB (28 January – 26 January ), also known as Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha, and Gordon of Khartoum, was a British Army officer and saw action in the Crimean War as an officer in the British r, he made his military reputation in China, where he was placed in command of the "Ever Victorious Army," a force Commands held: Ever Victorious Army.
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Smuggler, general, journalist - the China exploits of a British adventurer. William Mesny's exploits in 19th-century China are the stuff of legend and make for a thrilling book, David Leffman’s. Buy Letters of General C. Gordon to his Sister M. Gordon by Charles George Gordon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles George Gordon. The two-volume, 1,page work is banned in China, as is his previous book, "Political Struggles in China's Age of Reform," which contains his account of.
In May Bell broke his collar-bone in an accident when taking off, following which he was returned to England: 'I was sent home for a long rest, and in November resumed flying at [Worthy Down, near] Winchester, as instructor to observers. There I remained until the end of the war.' The final entry in his Diary reads.
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Welcome! Ask questions, get answers.This book is the definitive study of imperial Chinese local gazetteers, one of the most important sources for premodern Chinese studies. Methodologically innovative, it represents a major contribution to the history of books, publishing, reading, and society/10(23).The heart of this book is the remarkable Civil War diary of the author’s great-grandfather, William Benjamin Gould, an escaped slave who served in the United States Navy from until the end of the war.
The diary vividly records Gould’s activity as part of the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron off the coast of North Carolina and Virginia; his visits to New York and Boston; the pursuit.