Tientsin

Tientsin
Tientsin [tyen′tsin′]
a former transliteration of TIANJIN

English World dictionary. . 2014.

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  • TIENTSIN — TIENTSIN, city in Hopeh province, N. China. Before 1917 there were less than ten Jewish families in Tientsin. Refugees from Russia swelled this number until by 1939 there were between 2,000 and 2,500 Jews there, including between 50 and 100 from… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Tiëntsin — (»Himmelsfurt«), Stadt in der chines. Provinz Tschili, am Ausfluß des Großen Kanals in den Paiho, 34 km von dessen Mündung in den Golf von Tschili, wo der Flecken Taku (s. d.) mit Forts den Vorhafen bildet, 124 km südöstlich von Peking (s. die… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Tientsin — /tin tsin /; Chin. /tyen jin /, n. Older Spelling. Tianjin. * * * ▪ China Introduction Chinese (Wade Giles)  T ien ching,  or  (Pinyin)  Tianjin,         city and province level shih (municipality), located to …   Universalium

  • Tientsin — 天津市 Tiānjīn Shì Abkürzung: 津 (Pinyin: Jīn) Staat Volksrepublik China Verwaltungstyp Regierun …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Tientsin Accord — The Tientsin Accord or Li Fournier Convention, concluded on 11 May 1884, was intended to settle an undeclared war between France and China over the sovereignty of Tonkin (northern Vietnam). The convention, negotiated by Li Hung chang for China… …   Wikipedia

  • Tientsin Incident — Tienstsin Incident Part of Second Sino Japanese War Date June 14, 1939 – August 20, 1939 Location Tianjin, China …   Wikipedia

  • Tientsin Incident (1931) — Puyi, as Emperor of Manchukuo, 1932 The Tientsin incident of 1931 was the operation planned by the Kwantung Army of the Empire of Japan to place Puyi on the throne of the Japanese controlled Manchuria. The plan, orchestrated by Colonel Kenji… …   Wikipedia

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