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Author Landon, Perceval, 1869-1927.

Title The opening of Tibet; : an account of Lhasa and the country and people of central Tibet and of the progress of the mission sent there by the English government in the year 1903-4 / written, with the help of all the principal persons of the mission, by Perceval Landon..introduction by Colonel Younghusband....

Publication Info. New York : Doubleday, Page & co., 1905.


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Description 1 online resource (543 pages).
Series The Dalai Lama and Tibetan Buddhism anthology
The Dalai Lama and Tibetan Buddhism anthology.
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Note Also published under title: Lhasa (London, 1905)
Original document: Book.
Contents Appendix A: Notes on the natural history of southern Tibet, by Captain H.J. Walton, p.419-432. Appendix C: The present condition and government of Tibet, by Captain W.F.T. O'Connor: p.435-451.
Summary This book contains a fascinating account of British missionaries sent to Tibet by the English government in the year 1903. Experience the land of Tibet through the eyes of these missionaries, including their descriptions of the environs of Lhasa at the turn of the century, their harrowing accounts of being attacked by the Tibetans, the reasons for the expedition and much more.
Note GMD: electronic resource.
Subject Tibet Autonomous Region (China) -- Description and travel.
Added Author Walton, Herbert James, 1869-
O'Connor, William Frederick Travers, Sir, 1870-1943.
Younghusband, Francis Edward, Sir, 1863-1942.
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