Great Britain and China sign the Treaty of Tientsin, ending the Anglo-Chinese War (1856-58) and opening Chinese ports

Great Britain and China sign the Treaty of Tientsin, ending the Anglo-Chinese War (1856-58) and opening Chinese ports to British trade. (By Brian Bockelman)
Source Citation
Mellersh, H.E.L., et. al. The Chronology of World History. Compact Edition. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, 1995. p. 269.
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