Japanese soldier making a telephone call, Russo-Japanese War, c1904-c1905. Artist
Japanese soldier making a telephone call, Russo-Japanese War, c1904-c1905. A Japanese soldier reporting the situation by telephone to Western journalists.
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Admiral Oskar Stark. Detail of poster: The destruction of Russian fleet of war vessels at Lushun, 1904. Artist: Anonymous
Admiral Oskar Stark. Detail of poster: The destruction of Russian fleet of war vessels at Lushun, 1904. From a private collection.
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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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