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People/Characters: Empress Dowager Cixi

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Adler by Lavie Tidhar
Bad Girls: The Most Powerful, Shocking, Amazing, Thrilling & Dangerous Women of all Time by Jan Stradling
China from the Opium Wars to the 1911 Revolution by Jean Chesneaux
China Under the Empress Dowager: The History of the Life and Times of Tzu Hsi by J. O. P. Bland
Cixi: Evil Empress of China? by Sean Stewart Price
Decadence Mandchoue: The China Memoirs of Sir Edmund Trelawny Backhouse by Edmund Trelawny Backhouse
The Dragon Empress by Marina Warner
Dragon Lady: The Life and Legend of the Last Empress of China by Sterling Seagrave
Empress Dowager Cixi: China's Last Dynasty and the Long Reign of a Formidable Concubine : Legends and Lives During the D by X. L. Woo
Empress Dowager Cixi: The Concubine Who Launched Modern China by Jung Chang
Empress Orchid by Anchee Min
Faction Paradox: Warring States by Mags L. Halliday
The Imperial Cruise by James Bradley
Imperial Woman by Pearl S. Buck
John Hay: from poetry to politics by Tyler Dennett
The Last Emperor by Edward Behr
The Last Empress by Anchee Min
The Last Empress: The She-Dragon of China by Keith Laidler
The Last Eunuch of China: The Life of Sun Yaoting by Jia Yinghua [贾英华]
The Last Great Empress of China by Charlotte Haldane
Old Buddha by Princess Der Ling
Queen, Empress, Concubine: Fifty Women Rulers from the Queen of Sheeba to Catherine The Great by Claudia Gold
Two Years in the Forbidden City by Princess Der Ling
War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches by Kevin J. Anderson
With the Empress Dowager of China by Katharine A. Carl

Character description

Empress Dowager Cixi (formerly called Tzu-Hsi) became the de facto ruler of the Qing Dynasty of China in 1861 and controlled the country through her son and several other emperors in name only until her death in 1908.

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