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Tsing Collection

Background imageTsing Collection: FIRE GOD

FIRE GOD
TCHE-TSING-TSE the God of Fire Date: 1915

Background imageTsing Collection: Government bond, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway, China

Government bond, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway, China
Government bond of the Chinese Republic, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway, China, value 20. A 5% gold loan for 10M sterling. Date: 1913

Background imageTsing Collection: China Tianjin

China Tianjin
The FORTRESS of TYEN-TSING- WEY on the utmost border eastward of the Province of Peking, where 3 Rivers meet - in the Hai river at Tianjin. Date: 1752

Background imageTsing Collection: Tsing-Tao 1914

Tsing-Tao 1914
British and Japanese soldiers mingle on the beach in the Tsing-Tao area, following the joint operation to land forces with the aim of capturing the German base on the Chinese mainland

Background imageTsing Collection: Japanese attack on Tsing-Tao

Japanese attack on Tsing-Tao
A Japanese poster celebrating the successful Japanese attack on the German positions at Tsing-Tao on the Chinese mainland. The German troops are shown in retreat

Background imageTsing Collection: Destroyed German howitzer

Destroyed German howitzer
A German 28mm howitzer at Fort Bismarck, Tsing-Tao, having been destroyed by the Germans before their capitulation to the attacking Japanese forces

Background imageTsing Collection: 36th Sikhs at Tsing-Tao

36th Sikhs at Tsing-Tao
The 36th Sikh regiment land at Tsing-Tao, China, formerly a German naval base, but which had been taken the previous month by a joint Japanese and British operation

Background imageTsing Collection: The Siege of Tsing-Tau

The Siege of Tsing-Tau
A Japanese soldier taking a bath in a wheeled water tank, at the siege of Tsing-Tau

Background imageTsing Collection: In the batteries against Tsing-Tau: A Japanese siege-gun getting the order by telephone to open fire

In the batteries against Tsing-Tau: A Japanese siege-gun getting the order by telephone to open fire

Background imageTsing Collection: Germanys eastern stronghold which suffered the fate of Liege and Antwerp

Germanys eastern stronghold which suffered the fate of Liege and Antwerp: Men of the German Garrison at Tsing-Tau

Background imageTsing Collection: Watched by their Japanese comrades: British troops landed to co-operate against Tsing-Tau

Watched by their Japanese comrades: British troops landed to co-operate against Tsing-Tau

Background imageTsing Collection: Myth / China / Fire God 1915

Myth / China / Fire God 1915
TCH E-TSING-TSE (also Chu Jiang), God of fire & king of the second court of hell which is a lake of ice

Background imageTsing Collection: Tsing-Chen and Dragon

Tsing-Chen and Dragon
Tsing-chen, the Chinese spirit of the wells, rides a blue dragon


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