The date was May 27, 1887 when 34 Chinese miners were murdered, stripped naked, hacked to pieces and then thrown into the Snake River in Oregon. It was the worst massacre of Chinese in the history of the American West and the murderers got off unpunished. Today, 133 years later, we remember this atrocity.
This is the second part of the article “War in China.” If you haven’t read the first one, please do so. You can click here to get to part 1.Click here to access the appendix. Today is January 15th and marks the day that the 12 demands of 11 Imperialist nations were officially accepted byContinue reading “War in China: the Ravishment of the North (2/3)”