||China: 1750 - 1918
China 1750 - 1918. UNAUTHORIZED
||In this program we explore the causes and trajectory of China's Opium Wars, which marked the beginning of the end for the Qing dynasty. At the turn of the nineteenth century, British Imperial trade interactions with China involved tea, silk, porcelain as legitimate commodities, underscored by a lucrative opium smuggling operation. The opium trade had repercussions for the future of both empires.
|General note||Originally released by Video Education Australasia, 2015.|
|General note||Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on January 19, 2017.|
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|Interest grade level
||9 & up.
|Technical details||Streaming video file.|
|Technical details||System requirements: Films On Demand platform.|
|Source of description||Title from distributor's description (Infobase, May 17, 2017)|
|Publisher number||129077 Infobase|
|Publisher number||129076s Infobase|