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    Default Re: Ottoman Empire Map of Japan, Korea and China, 1860

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swerg View Post
    The purple area, I believe, represents territory in the process of being transferred to Russia under the 1858 treaty of Aigun.
    No, that is already accounted for in the map.

    The Purple territory is the closed manchurian home territory where the Qing does not allow Han chinese to immigrate into. part of their policy to make sure they don't get completely assimilated by the Han chinese. (didn't really work in the end though)
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    Quote Originally Posted by RollingWave View Post
    No, that is already accounted for in the map.

    The Purple territory is the closed manchurian home territory where the Qing does not allow Han chinese to immigrate into. part of their policy to make sure they don't get completely assimilated by the Han chinese. (didn't really work in the end though)
    What's odd is Lüshunkou at the end of Liaoning looks like Japan's color. And the fact that Qingdao is also in partitioned from China, although in 1860 it wouldn't have been. This map would make more sense if it was from 1905.

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