Views of Old China
3-D Stereoview Cards: Gallery 36
RUSS0-JAPANESE WAR in CHINA: 1904-05
These images from the Russo-Japanese War are mostly set in Dalian, away from the battlefront.
The lengthy descriptions on the backs display a strong pro-Japan bias.
Russians are absent in the imagery and maligned in the text.
Local Chinese purveyors of goods and services are featured as enterprising, eager, and well treated by the Japanese.
Laudatory portraits of Japanese officers and Western war-correspondents are also prominent.
Descriptions of major battles are found throughout.
References: Personal Collections ~ e-Bay ~ Wikipedia
Japanese Officers And War Artists At Gen. Nogi's Door
A Grouop of Japanese Students
Richard Barry and His Boy
Lieut. Gen. Oshima, Japan's Fighting General
Japanese Troops in the Front Parallel
Japanese Transports On The Shell Strewn Road
Loading An "Osaka Baby"
A Native Chinese Transport
A Group of Japanese Army Telegraphers
An Extemporized Operating Room in the Japanese Camp
Japanese Bomb-Proof Burrow
Wounded Soldiers On Their Way to Hospitals At Dalny
Japanese Army Reserves Arriving In Manchuria
Tickling The Earth With A Stick For A Plow
Ancient China In Three Dimension
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