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Early 1900s Russian-Japanese Battle of Port Arthur Poster

Early 1900s Russian-Japanese Battle of Port Arthur Poster

$19.95

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Early 1900s Russian-Japanese Battle of Port Arthur Poster

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  • Early 1900s Russian-Japanese Battle of Port Arthur Poster Early 1900s Russian-Japanese Battle of Port Arthur Poster
  • Early 1900s Russian-Japanese Battle of Port Arthur Poster Early 1900s Russian-Japanese Battle of Port Arthur Poster

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This vintage illustrated poster depicts the Battle of Port Arthur during the Russo-Japanese war fought in 1904. The Battle of Port Arthur was the starting battle of the Russo-Japanese War.

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This vintage illustrated poster depicts the Battle of Port Arthur during the Russo-Japanese war fought in 1904. 

The Battle of Port Arthur was the starting battle of the Russo-Japanese War. It began with a surprise night attack by a squadron of Japanese destroyers on the Russian fleet anchored at Port Arthur, Manchuria, and continued with an engagement of major surface combatants the following morning. The battle ended inconclusively, and further skirmishing off of Port Arthur continued to May 1904. Losing at Port Arthur for the Russians---and especially for Tsar Nicholas II---was not only inconceivable to the world at large but also fraught with dire circumstances for the Imperial Russian regime; the Russian people, from the nobility down to the recently-emancipated serfs, lost confidence in the military; this was a direct causal factor for the Russian Revolution of 1905---and was well-remembered upon yet-more-disastrous defeats in World War I.

Historical reference courtesy of wikipedia.org 

 

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Filter by Photo Date: 1900-1909
Print Sizes 17x22, 24x36
Photo Dimensions: No
Paper Dimensions: No

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