World War 1’s Chinese Secret

Men Of The Chinese Labour Corps in France During WW1

140,000 Chinese men were brought to Europe as part of the Chinese Labour Corps of the British Army. They worked in difficult and hazardous conditions behind and in the trenches on the Western Front. After the war they were refused entry to Britain and shipped back to China. Under the Treaty of Versailles, the former German colonies in China were given to Japan.

Read more about the hidden history of the Chinese Labour Corps and the campaign to recognise their part in Britain’s war here

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