HMS Monmouth and a junk, Hong Kong

HMS Monmouth and a junk, Hong Kong


University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: BL02-010. This photograph is from an album entitled "Chronicle of a Tour of Pelissier's Follies". Pelissier's Follies was a theatre troupe set up by the English producer H.G. Pelissier. The group toured Asia in 1911 including stops at Shanghai, Hong Kong and Tianjin. HMS Monmouth was built in 1901 and served on the China Station, 1906-1913. The cruiser was sunk in November 1914, with all hands, during the Battle of Coronel, off the coast of Chile.

Caption in album or on mount

H.M.S. Monmouth. Hong Kong. With junk in front. 26/2/11


Hong Kong


Sunday 26 February 1911




Black and white photograph

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