In 1908 At The Age Of Two, Henry Pu Yi Ascended To Become The Last Emperor Of The Centuries Old Manchu Dynasty After Revolutionaries Forced Pu Yi To Abdicate In 1911, The Young Emperor Lived For Thirteen Years In Pekings Forbidden City, But With None Of The Power His Birth Afforded Him The Remainder Of Pu Yis Life Was Lived Out In A Topsy Turvy Fashion Fleeing From A Chinese Warlord, Becoming Head Of A Japanese Puppet State, Being Confined To A Russian Prison In Siberia, And Enduring Taxing Labor The Last Manchu Is A Unique, Enthralling Record Of Chinas Most Turbulent, Dramatic Years.
- 352 pages
- The Last Manchu: The Autobiography of Henry Pu Yi, Last Emperor of China
- Henry Pu Yi
- 17 February 2017 Henry Pu Yi