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RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR
Ancient China in 3D: Gallery Eighty-One


Japanese Troops


Japanese "Parallel" near the Russian forts -- a victim of the desperate siege -- Port Arthur


Wounded soldiers of the Third Imperial Japanese Army, -- going to the hospital at Dalny, Manchuria


Looking from the old wall -- east side -- of Mukden,
the strong capital of Mancho Emperors, Manchuria.


Filling shells for the great siege guns bombarding Port Arthur -- In Japanese Camp on the siege line.



Lunch with General Nogi at Japanese headquarters -- before Port Arthur


Rapid-fire guns hastily emplaced in a millet field -- Japanese at Paichaho, Manchuria.


Manchurian Refugees Asking For Compensation -- Liao Yang


A mile of Chinese Mule Carts waiting their turn, Dalny, Manchuria



Japanese Troops Advancing ~ Port Arthur


Little pleasures between times of desperate work ~ troops dancing during the siege of Port Arthur.


Japanese Soldiers Drilling ~ Port Arthur


Ready for defense or advance -- Japanese fighters at Port Arthur.


A 500-lb. death-ladened shell from a Japanese gun, starting over the hills into Port Arthur.


Japanese batteries firing on the Russian forts -- siege of Port Arthur


"Nogi's compliments to Stoessel" -- great shells ready to hurl into Russian ships and forts -- before Port Arthur


Siege Gun at Port Arthur


The Surrender -- Japanese sentinels relieving Russian sentinels in an outer fort ~ Port Arthur


Japanese building a bridge of poles across a stream for the passage of troops in Manchuria.


Enormous 11-inch shell from Japanese siege gun, beginning its deadly flight into Port Arthur.


The horrors of modern war -- a trench in a Russian fort filled with Japanese dead ~ Port Arthur.


Soldiers firing from Ambush in High Millet ~ Manchuria

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