Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905: Opening of hostilities. Japanese torpedo boats making surprise attack on Port Arthur, 8 February 1904.
Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905: Opening Of Hostilities. Japanese Torpedo Boats Making Surprise Attack On Port Arthur, 8 February 1904. From Le Petit Journal, Paris, 21 February 1904.. Photography.Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 8 Aug 2012.
xamines the Russo-Japanese War from the perspective of a Japanese soldier, revealing nationalistic and militaristic attitudes among the Japanese in the early-twentieth century, and detailing the events and conditions soldiers faced in the campaign against Russia's ice-free port in China--Port Arthur.
A biography of Theodore Roosevelt, following his life and activities during his presidency, from his emergency oath of office in 1901 following the death of assassinated President McKinley, to his departure from office nearly eight years later.
Russia-Japanese peace talks, 402-4, 406-8, 410-14.
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Traces the history of the Bolshevik Revolution, providing photographs, illustrations, and excerpts from primary source documents to detail important events and individuals from the arrest of Nicholas II in 1917 through the civil unrest that followed the proclamation of Bolshevik Russia; and including a chronology and time line.
The official Russian Navy web site provides information on events that lead up to the beginning of the war, the decisive battles that were fought during the war, andthe final defeat. Port Arthur's significance to this war is also discussed.
Site provides the Russian's perspective on the Russo-Japanese War, describes events that took place days before the Japanese attacked Port Arthure, and discusses thee effects of the conflicts on the Russian population.