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British Gunboats Beaten in Attack On Chinese Forts
Trouble Is Caused by Action of General YangSen in Seizing Two English Ships. BRITISH SUFFER LOSSES IN FIGHT England Anxious for Peaceable Settlement, But Is Determined To Free Seized Ships.
M'CANN, CHARLES M - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Sep 8, 1926
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 Abstract (Document Summary)

The gravest diplomatic situation arising from civil war in China to confront the foreign office in many months has been eveated by the seizure of two British merchant ships in Chinese waters.

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