Russo-Japanese War

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Japanese victory in the war with Russia (1904-1905) gave Japan power over Korea and Manchuria

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The specific character of fighting in the Russo-Japanese War led to this high casualty rate.
The best pictures, aesthetically and historically, vividly reveal the people of the London slums and the Russo-Japanese War.
This article assesses the impact of the Russo-Japanese War (1904-5) on Southeast Asia's emerging nationalist leaders and their movements.
5 million copies; Saka no Ue no Kumo, the story of the destruction of the Baltic fleet during the Russo-Japanese War, 14.
ELIOT, Maine, USA -- According to some historians, the 1905 Russo-Japanese War was the first truly modern war, involving as it did both the telegraph and the telephone, along with machine guns, barbed wire, illuminating star shells, mine fields, advanced torpedoes, and armored battleships.
1904: The Russian fleet was destroyed by the Japanese at Port Arthur, during the Russo-Japanese War.
In 1905, through skillful personal diplomacy, Roosevelt negotiated a peace in the protracted and bloody Russo-Japanese War.
Civil War and the Russo-Japanese War of 1905, as well as other conflicts.
27) Japanese diplomats as well as scholars specializing in the Arab world often refer to stories like the Turkish enchantment with the Japanese victory over Imperial Russia in the Russo-Japanese War, and Egyptian poems with the title of "Japanese Ladies" in the era of Muhammad Ali.
The Kwantung Army was a unit of the Japanese Imperial Army established in 1906 and dispatched to protect areas in southern Manchuria after the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905.
They also attempted to use issues and events in Asia such as the Sino-Japanese War, the Boxer Uprising, and the Russo-Japanese War to expose American racism and to gobalize issues of racial oppression.
Instead of focussing on the overwhelming offensive, Petain spent his time studying two conflicts more recent than the Franco-Prussian War--the Boer War and the Russo-Japanese War.
He was among the major suppliers to the Imperial Navy of Emperor Meiji before and during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905.
There are copies of rejection letters (he amassed more than 600 before achieving success, including one from the Saturday Evening Post calling his short story, ``Sunlanders,'' ``too tragic''), memorabilia from his days as a war correspondent in the Russo-Japanese War of 1904 and the Mexican Revolution in 1910, copies of original manuscripts and newspaper accounts of his death.
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