University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: Ru01-003. Photo from an album (UoB reference Ru01). No caption for this photograph in the album. The (British) First Chinese Regiment - Boxer uprising memorial. Some of the inscription in English on the monument can be read. See BL04-73 and NA08-096 for the full inscription (which is: "ERECTED BY THE OFFICERS 1ST CHINESE REGT. IN MEMORY OF THE OFFICERS N.C.O.s AND MEN OF THE REGIMENT WHO WERE KILLED WHEN SERVING WITH THE BRITISH CONTINGENT CHINA FIELD FORCE BETWEEN JUNE AND NOVEMBER 1900 / CAPTN. A.J. HILL / CAPTN. L.A.E. OLLIVANT / 21 N.C.O.s AND MEN"). The memorial was on the road leading to the new barracks at Matou, Wei-hai-wei. See blogs by Andrew Hillier: ‘Weihaiwei and the 1st Chinese Regiment – 1. Relieving Tianjin’ and ‘Weihaiwei and the 1st Chinese Regiment – 2. Peking and After’.
Boxer Uprising memorial, 1st Chinese Regiment, Weihaiwei
Black and white photograph
Archives & Special Collections, SOAS Library, University of London