Views of Old China
3-D Stereoview Cards: Gallery Eighty-Eight
RUSSO - JAPANESE WAR
The shattered remains of Russian heroes who were killed near 203 Metre Hill ~ Port Arthur
War-dogs of the far East -- Russian fighting ships in the fortified harbor of Port Arthur, Manchuria
Russian Naval Infantry ~ Port Arthur, Manchuria
Russian soldiers guarding their cattle ~ Manchuria
An advance of Russian Troops in the Far East -- marching along the Chinese Imperial Railway.
Russian prisoner after the battle ~ Port Arthur
A Part of the Great Army with Which Russia Hopes to Drive the Japanese from the Asiatic Mainland ~ Port Arthur
Looking south over docks to fortified heights when held by the Russians ~ Port Arthur
Coaling a Steamer at Nagasaki ~ Japan
Wounded soldiers of the Third Imperial Japanese Army -- going to the hospital at Dalny ~ Manchuria
Some of Russia's famous Cossacks in the Far East -- 1904
General View of Chifu from Temple Hill, North China -- Nearest Trading Post to Port Arthur.
Japanese Field Artillery at Siege of Port Arthur -- 1906
Japanese Emergency Field Hospital near Shabo River, Manchuria ~ 1905
Explosion of a Russian earth-mine seen from Ehrlungshan - W. over railway to Antzushan, Port Arthur ~ 1905
Chinese coolies excavating for Russian buildings, beside Trans-Siberian Railway, Dalny, Manchuria.
Looking east over the ruined ciety after evacuation by the Russians -- Dalny, Manchuria.
Intelligence Department, Dalny, Manchuria
Great pyramids of stores convering the ground for a mile or more, Dalny, Manchuria.
The horrors of modern war -- a trench filled with Japanese dead -- in a Russian fort ~ Port Arthur
Hospital Corps Ready to Leave Seoul for Manchuria ~ 1904
Rapid Advance of Skirmishers of the 30th Regiment -- with Kureki's Japanese Army near Liao Yang.~ 1905
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