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What is the boxer rebellion?

The boxer rebellion was a violent revolt in China. After being attacked by the Meiji Empire of Japan, China was extremely vulnerable. It became overrun with representatives of foreign governments, who ensured a strong sphere of influence in China for their own benefit. The Chinese were not thrilled by this hence followed the revolt.
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