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Puck Cartoon of Boxer Rebellion in China: A Disturbing Possibility in the East

A sword of Damocles labeled "Awakening of China" hangs over the Eight Nations as they prepare to devour fruit representing the Chinese Indemnities, Sept. by Udo Keppler / Library of Congress Prints and Photos Collection

Japan emerges from the Sino-Japanese War in 'Easter in the old-world barnyard - a new chicken hatched, Puck, 1895'

'Japan emerges from the Sino-Japanese War in 'Easter in the old-world barnyard - a new chicken hatched, Puck,

Китайский вопрос не так прост, как казалось издалека

Китайский вопрос не так прост, как казалось издалека

Restored Graphic - Some corners of American public opinion was decidedly against having the Chinese pay any indemnity (as mandated under the Boxer Protocol), even as other nations circled like sharks in blood filled waters. Puck, then a very popular weekly periodical, in a 1901 cartoon, implored the US government to take the high road and offer relief from the onerous financial burden it placed on the Chinese.

'Too Many Shylocks', an American cartoon from Puck, shows China confronted by King Edward II and the emperors of Russia, Japan and Germany. (Library of Congress)

"If You Don't, I Shall" Puck Magazine Cover by Udo Keppler for Puck Magazine / Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Illustration shows a female figure as "Civilization" wearing a breastplate and helmet, and holding a spear, standing before a benign Chinese emperor, while in the background, a dragon labeled "Boxer" with billowing clouds of smoke labeled "Anarchy," "Murder," and "Riot" is coming over the city wall into the international Legation Quarter.

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The Boxer Rebellion in Editorial Cartoons: Too Many Shylocks

Puck Cartoon of Boxer Rebellion in China

A Puck Magazine Editorial Cartoon: Emperor Guangxu refuses to confront the Boxer dragon, so the foreign powers threaten to do it for him.

Boxer Rebellion - China

Boxer Rebellion - China

"Commerce vs. conquest" Print shows John Bull labeled "England" holding a ship labeled "Trade", with Uncle Sam, also holding a ship labeled "Trade", behind him, as they stand before the Chinese Emperor who is frightened by William II holding a sword labeled "Germany", "France" holding a rifle, and Nicholas II holding two pistols labeled "Russia". J.S. Pughe, Puck magazine, 1899

"Commerce vs. conquest" Print shows John Bull labeled "England" holding a ship labeled "Trade", with Uncle Sam, also holding a ship labeled "Trade", behind him, as they stand before the Chinese Emperor who is frightened by William II holding a sword labeled "Germany", "France" holding a rifle, and Nicholas II holding two pistols labeled "Russia". J.S. Pughe, Puck magazine, 1899

A Puck Magazine Editorial Cartoon about the Boxer Rebellion in China. Emperor Guangxu refuses to confront the Boxer dragon, so the foreign powers threaten to do it for him.

Puck Cartoon of Boxer Rebellion in China

Puck Cartoon of Boxer Rebellion in China: The First Duty: If You Don't, I Shall

Members of the Eight-Nation Alliance (we can recognize Germany, Italy and USA) ask Manchu official for Boxer War repairs.

Members of the Eight-Nation Alliance (we can recognize Germany, Italy and USA) ask Manchu official for Boxer War repairs.

'According to the ideas of our missionary maniacs, the Chinaman must be converted, even if it takes the whole military and naval forces of the two greatest nations of the world to do it'. A cartoon by Louis Dalrymple, 1895

'According to the ideas of our missionary maniacs, the Chinaman must be converted, even if it takes the whole military and naval forces of the two greatest nations of the world to do it'. A cartoon by Louis Dalrymple, 1895

Western Chinese regiments during the Boxer Rebellion, China

Western Chinese regiments during the Boxer Rebellion, China

Alleged Boxers on trial in China, after the Boxer Rebellion. Keystone View Co. / Library of Congress Prints and Photos. Trial in a Qing Imperial court for alleged Boxer rebels, 1901

China's Boxer Rebellion in Photos

Alleged Boxers on trial in China, after the Boxer Rebellion. Keystone View Co. / Library of Congress Prints and Photos. Trial in a Qing Imperial court for alleged Boxer rebels, 1901

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