[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
[Russo-Japanese War Stills]
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[Russo-Japanese War Stills]

1904-1905. Twenty-three (23) printout paper photographs, three captioned in negative lower left, 13 annotated in Japanese or English in various hands in pencil, ink or crayon verso, 9.3 x 13.3cm to 9.9 x 14.3cm. One image with old glue remnants, minor chips and curl to edges.

Captions in English include “203 Metre Hill. Visited June 18, [19]09, 3.15pm”; “No. 4, the deserted scene at the battery of East Keikan Hill”; “Mingled corpses at 203 Metre Hill”; “Casemate of the North Fort”; and “Japanese 11-inch gun. Visited this place June 18, [19]09, 3.15pm.”

In 1904 Russia and Japan went to war over territory and colonial rights, particularly in Manchuria and Port Arthur, a coastal town in north-east China now known as the Lüshunkou District. Russia experienced multiple defeats, giving Japan a major military victory. Ref: Wiki; Alpha History.

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Item #CL194-94

Price (AUD): $2,950.00  other currencies

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