The Enigmatic Homer Lea

Rees, Simon
October 2004
Military History;Oct2004, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p58
Features Homer Lea, lieutenant general in China, and his role in the Boxer Rebellion. Personal background; Purpose of the 1901 Boxer Protocol; Information on Lea's book "Valor of Ignorance."


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