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中文: 光绪皇帝
English: Emperor Guangxu
Bân-lâm-gú: Tshing-tiâu Kong-sū hông-tè. 清朝光緒皇帝。
English: China and her people By Charles Denby
  • 《大清国及其臣民》田贝(时任美国驻清公使)著
  • 图片提取自该书的Princeton Theological Seminary Library藏本之电子版
  • 该书电子版由书格下载
Author Charles Denby
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