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The Unveiling of Lhasa (1905)

by Edmund Candler

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Jacques Marchais original library book

This book is freely available online at Internet Archive. See also Bayonets to Lhasa for a more modern re-telling of the 1904 expedition.
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December, 1903. A border dispute escalates amid rumours of a proposed secret alliance between Russia and the religious monarchy at Lhasa. British Colonel Francis Younghusband marches his Indian troops north with a battalion of coolies and special correspondent for The Daily Mail Edmund Candler in tow. It was a thrilling new chapter in the “Great Game of Asian colonial supremacy, which sent the men deep into the heart of a region that few outsiders had ever lived to recount.… (more)

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