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View of Humen Bridge from the cannon hole of Weiyuan Fort
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Close view of Humen Bridge
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Introduction to the Humen Fort's batteries and how battles were fought
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Introduction to The Pits for Destroying Opium
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Prof. Ching-chih Chen visit the Weiyuan Fort with Humen Bridge at the background
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Introduction to The Pits for Destroying Opium
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Confidential letter, the Battle of Kowloon, Request for Use of Force
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Humen Coastal Defense Cannon's back showing the 28400 lb weight
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The site of Weiyuan Fort
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The Weiyuan Fort's lower hidden wall hole
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8000 sma-jin front-bore cannon at Weiyuan Fort
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Description of Chen Liansheng's war horse, called "moral horse"
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The Sea Battle Museum, Billboard Advertisement
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Introduction to the Humen Fort's batteries and how battles were fought
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Humen Bridge
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The Weiyuan Fort's wall
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Introduction to Humen Anti-British Cannon
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The Sea Battle Museum - Front Entrance
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The Weiyuan Fort's open-air emplacements
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Introduction to Humen against British's "Credit" Cannon
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