[CHINESE REVOLUTION]. War Scenes of the Chinese Revolution. Book I [cover title]. Shanghai, Commercial Press, Limited, .
Four parts in one volume, oblong 8vo. Original orange-terracotta pictorial cloth, marbled endpapers; one page of text, 40, 40, 40, 40 pages of photographic illustrations with tissue guards; captions in English and Chinese; inner hinges a bit weakened, otherwise well-preserved.
An extremely rare and impressive pictorial record of the Chinese revolution, with a documentation of the downfall of the Imperial regime and the establishment of the Chinese republic under Dr. Sun Yat Sen. The volume consists of four parts, presenting portraits and vivid scenes from both sides. War Scenes of the Chinese Revolution was published in 14 parts by the Commercial Press; the present volume contains the first four parts.
COPAC locates 14 parts in the British Library, and no other copies.