Li Hongzhang: Memoirs of the Viceroy Li Hung Chang

[William Francis Mannix, Li Hongzhang 李鴻章:]Memoirs of the Viceroy Li Hung Chang. With an introduction by Hon. W. Foster (London: Constable 1913)

These ‚memoirs‘ are a forgery, which was exposed in the 1923 ed., cf. (short remark)  Samuel C. Chu/Kwang-Ching Liu: Li Hung-Chang and China’s Early Modernization. (Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe, 1994) p. 286; and (in detail) Albert G. Hess, „The ‚Memoirs‘ of Li Hung-chang: The story of a non-translation,“ in George Kao, ed.: The Translation of Things Past: Chinese History and Historiography (Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press 1982), pp. 155-67.

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