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A list of key readings about Great Wall of China.
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  • Waldron, Arthur N. (April 1, 1992). Great Wall of China: From History to Myth. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521427074.
  • Lovell, Julia. (February 13, 2006). The Great Wall: China Against the World, 1000 BC - 2000 AD. Grove Press. ISBN 0802118143.
  • Michaud, Roland, Michaud, Sabrina, & Jan, Michael. (September 2001) The Great Wall of China. Abbeville Press. ISBN 0789207362.
  • Lovell, Julia. The Great Wall: China Against the World, 1000 BC - AD 2000 (2007), interpretive history of China revolving around its walls. excerpt and text search
  • Silverberg, Robert. The Great Wall of China (1965) online edition
  • Waldron, Arthur. The Great Wall of China: From History to Myth. Cambridge U. Press, 1990. 296 pp. excerpt and text search. Some of Waldron's claims about the pre-Ming-dynasty physical existence and cultural symbolism (or lack thereof) of the wall have been questioned by other scholars.
  • Yamashita, Michael and William Lindesay. The Great Wall: From Beginning to End (2007), photo tour

The Great Wall of China (HTML). UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Retrieved on 15-12-2007.

Advisory Body Evaluation (PDF). ICOMOS (December 29, 1986). Retrieved on 15-12-2007.

Huang, Youyi; Xiao Ziaoming, Li Zhenguo, Zhang Zuoku (2006). Liaoning, Home of the Manchus & Cradle of Qing Empire. Beijing, Foreign Languages Press, 227. ISBN ISBN 7-119-04517-2. 


Modern Marvels - The Great Wall of China. Broadcast by the History Channel.

Mysteries of Asia - Secrets of The Great Wall. Episode 2 of 3. Production date MCMXCIX

Around the World in 80 Treasures - Japan to China. Episode 4 of 10. Narrated and Written by Dan Cruickshank. Produced for and broadcast by the BBC. Production date MMV