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Choose from 30 pictures in our Manchuria collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Emperor Greeting The Triumphant Troops Outside of the Capital, 1772
The Emperor Greeting The Triumphant Troops Outside of the Capital, 1772
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The Russo-Japanese War: a detachment of Baikal Cossacks, 1904
The Russo-Japanese War: a detachment of Baikal Cossacks, 1904
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Campaign. Artist: Vereshchagin, Vasili Vasilyevich (1842-1904)
Campaign. Artist: Vereshchagin, Vasili Vasilyevich (1842-1904)
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Beschiessung von Port Arthur durch die Japaner, c1905
Beschiessung von Port Arthur durch die Japaner, c1905
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Scene of operations south of Port Adams, Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1905
Scene of operations south of Port Adams, Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1905
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Port Arthur, Manchuria, showing Japanese and Russian fortifications, Russo-Japanese War
Port Arthur, Manchuria, showing Japanese and Russian fortifications, Russo-Japanese War
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Field Marshal Marquis Oyama Iwao, Japanese soldier, Mukden, Manchuria, 1906
Field Marshal Marquis Oyama Iwao, Japanese soldier, Mukden, Manchuria, 1906
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Japanese military transportation train, Manchuria, 1906. Artist: Keystone View Company
Japanese military transportation train, Manchuria, 1906. Artist: Keystone View Company
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Port Arthur, Manchuria.Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Port Arthur, Manchuria.Artist: Underwood & Underwood
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General Nogi at Japanese Headquarters, Port Arthur, Manchuria, c1904-1905
General Nogi at Japanese Headquarters, Port Arthur, Manchuria, c1904-1905
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Japanese batteries firing on Russian forts, Siege of Port Arthur, Russo-Japanese War
Japanese batteries firing on Russian forts, Siege of Port Arthur, Russo-Japanese War
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A Manchurian archer, China, 1904. Artist: CH Graves
A Manchurian archer, China, 1904. Artist: CH Graves
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General Nogi at Japanese Headquarters, Port Arthur, Manchuria, c1904-1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood Featured Print

General Nogi at Japanese Headquarters, Port Arthur, Manchuria, c1904-1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood

General Nogi at Japanese Headquarters, Port Arthur, Manchuria, c1904-1905. Count Nogi Maresuke (1849-1912) was a prominent Japanese commander in the Russo-Japanese War. He commanded the Japanese Third Army which captured the Manchurian city of Port Arthur from the Russians in January 1905. This success made Nogi a national hero, but he was deeply affected by the heavy losses suffered by the Japanese Army in the siege (including his eldest son). After the war he spent much of his time and wealth on building hospitals for soldiers wounded in the conflict and on memorials to those killed, including one in Port Arthur dedicated to the Russian dead. He was head of the Peers School (Gakushuin) from 1908-1912 and as such was mentor to the young future Emperor Hirohito. Stereoscopic card detail

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Chinese men sawing timber for the Japanese army, Manchuria, Russo-Japanese war, 1904-1905
Chinese men sawing timber for the Japanese army, Manchuria, Russo-Japanese war, 1904-1905
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Russian gunboat Bobre at New Chwang, Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Russian gunboat Bobre at New Chwang, Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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View of Port Arthur, Manchuria, 1904
View of Port Arthur, Manchuria, 1904
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Map of the theatre of the Russo-Japanese War, 1904. Artist: A Meunier
Map of the theatre of the Russo-Japanese War, 1904. Artist: A Meunier
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Japanese troops attacking Russian trenches, Mukden, Manchuria, October 1904
Japanese troops attacking Russian trenches, Mukden, Manchuria, October 1904
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The Chinese Army led by Marshal Ma on the Manchurian border, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
The Chinese Army led by Marshal Ma on the Manchurian border, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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In the mud of Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
In the mud of Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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Uniforms of the Japanese Army, Manchuria, 1904
Uniforms of the Japanese Army, Manchuria, 1904
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Map of the Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Map of the Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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Cossacks fighting Manchus, Russo-Japanes War, 1904
Cossacks fighting Manchus, Russo-Japanes War, 1904
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Russian nurse taken prisoner by the Manchus being handed over to the Japanese, Manchuria
Russian nurse taken prisoner by the Manchus being handed over to the Japanese, Manchuria
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General Kuropatkin touring the Russian lines by car, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
General Kuropatkin touring the Russian lines by car, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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In the mud of Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904 Featured Print

In the mud of Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904

In the mud of Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904. A Russian column trying to make progress along a muddy road. The Russo-Japanese War arose due to the two countries conflicting territorial ambitions in East Asia. When the Russians reneged on an agreement to withdraw troops from Manchuria, the Japanese embarked on a lengthy siege of the Russian-leased city of Port Arthur in Manchuria. Port Arthur surrendered in January 1905, and a combination of incompetence on the part of Russian commanders and the decisive victory for the Japanese navy at the Battle of Tsushima forced the Russians to the negotiating table. The outcome of the war was Japan gaining effective control of Korea and much of Manchuria. An illustration from Le Petit Journal, 7th August 1904

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Japanese attack on a hospital train near Port Arthur, Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Japanese attack on a hospital train near Port Arthur, Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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Filming in Manchuria during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Filming in Manchuria during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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Surprise attack by Russian cavalry on the road to Port Arthur, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Surprise attack by Russian cavalry on the road to Port Arthur, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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Japanese attack on a Russian entrenchment, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Japanese attack on a Russian entrenchment, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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Russian attack in Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Russian attack in Manchuria, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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Female Siberian Cossack cavalry corps, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
Female Siberian Cossack cavalry corps, Russo-Japanese War, 1904
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