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The Russo-Japanese War:
Taken by the Photographic Department
of the Imperial Headquarters
Third Army

Published by Kazumasa Ogawa, 1906
Part of a Six Volume Set

Third Army Volume

Ogawa, K. (Kazumasa) (Publisher)
The Russo-Japanese War: Taken by the Photographic Department of the Imperial Headquarters, Third Army, Tokyo, ©1904 by the Military Survey Department and published and printed by K. Ogawa, distributed by K. Ogawa, Tokyo and Kelly Walsh, Yohohama, Shanghai, Hongkong and Singapore, 1906, large oblong 4to (14 3/4 x 10 in - 37.5 x 25.5 cm), green blind stamped covers with gilt titles (boards and spine), listing of plates ("contents") and 19 pages of text in English titled "Operations of the Third Army (Investment of Port Arthur)" and 16 pages of Japanese text plus 224 numbered pages of photographs and 11 unnumbered plates. All plates are black and white halftone photographs. Each plate has an English caption and Japanese descriptive captions and notes.

 
Major Sections of the Engish Text Portion.

  • Investment of Port Arthur May 1904
  • Battle of Mukden, Mar 1905

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Complete Set of 6 Volumes

Ogawa, K.
The Russo-Japanese War: A six volume set with continuing titles that read:

  • Naval, By Permission of the Naval Department, printed, published and distributed by K. Ogawa, Tokyo, 1904, published 1905 (Meiji 38).

  • Taken by the Photographic Department of the Imperial Headquarters printed, published and distributed by K. Ogawa, Tokyo, also distributed by Kelly Walsh, Yokohama, Shanghai, Hongkong and Singapore, 1904, published 1906 (Meiji 39).
    • First Army
    • Second Army
    • Third Army
    • Fourth Army
    • Armies of the Yalu & Karafoto

A matching set of 6 volumes, printed and distributed in 1905-6, large oblong 4to (14 3/4 x 10 in - 37.5 x 25.5 cm), green blind stamped covers with gilt titles (boards and spine), Tokyo, Naval volume copyrighted by T. Ichioka, 1904, Army volumes copyrighted by the Military Survey Department, 1904. An extensive photographic survey of the War dedicated to the First to Fourth Armies, the Armies of the Yalu and the Karfoto, and the Navy. The plates, which have descriptive captions, are supplemented by text pages (in English and Japanese) which reflect official Japanese military reports regarding the operations of the Navy and Armies in the Russo-Japanese War. The text accounts run in chronological order and recount the significant battles, operations and activities.

In total the set contains 856 black and white halftone plates (736 - Army & 120 - Navy) produced by K. Ogawa, 136 pages of text in English, 123 pages of text in Japanese. Of the 856 plates, 11 plates fold-out and 14 plates have tissue overlays with descriptive information in Japanese. There is one loose map with the set.

All 6 books have the same basic format. When read Western style, from front to back, the front cover is in English. It is followed (all in English) by the title page, the "Imperial Proclamation of War," text pages and finally a listing of plates. The English section ends next to last plate in the book. When read Japanese style, from back to front, the cover is in Japanese. It is followed (all in Japanese) by a title page, portrait plate(s) of Imperial family members in the military and key military members, the "Imperial Proclamation of War," text pages, a listing of plates in Japanese, and the plates with the last plate adjoining the end of the English portion of the book. All plates have descriptive captions in Japanese above the image and in English below the image. Plates in the Army books are numbered and there are plates (plates right after the title page) not included in the numbers. The plates are generally, but not always, printed back to back. The image area is approximately 7 x 10 in.

The Army books share common plates (generally 10). These plates relate to the "Triumphal Return" of the Armies in Manchuria (8 plates at the back of the numbered plates) or they are portraits of commanders (2 plates at the front of the book). It is clear that the books were edited to not present images of horrors of war. I find very few plates that show the actual human carnage or death on the battlefield. In general the images show battles in progress, important locations, key terrain, key figures (both Japanese and enemy), captured ordnance and munitions, troops in combat and at rest, prisoners of war, first aid stations and hospitals, ships and military equipment and an occasional dead horse.

A Note Regarding the Plates. Mottling on plates is typical in this set. While the plates do not appear damaged, there are scattered areas where the high gloss of the plate paper is dull rather than shiny. You don't notice this when looking directly down on the image. However, when you view the plates looking across towards a light source, you see scattered areas of mottling/dulling on the glossy off-white plate pages. This appears to be a normal aging process of the glossy paper. The text pages which are not the same high gloss paper do not have the mottling.

A Note Regarding the Plates. Mottling on plates is typical in this set. While the plates do not appear damaged, there are scattered areas where the high gloss of the plate paper is dull rather than shiny. You don't notice this when looking directly down on the image. However, when you view the plates looking across towards a light source, you see scattered areas of mottling/dulling on the glossy off-white plate pages. This appears to be a normal aging process of the glossy paper. The text pages which are not the same high gloss paper do not have the mottling.

 

Illustrations in this Volume
(All Black & White Halftone Images)

Title Pages (English and Japanese)
Same on all Army Volumes except for the Army Number
--- H.I.H General Prince Fushimi Calligraphic Title Page (same in all 5 Army volumes) Below 2 plates in all 5 Army volumes --- Portraits (Field Marshal Marquis Yamagata & Major General Nakaoka) --- Portraits (Field Marshal Marquis Oyama & General Baron Kodama) (1) A view of the West Basin at Port Arthur from the north-east corner of Namako Hill. (2) Part of the sentry line in the gorge of the East Fort of P'anlung Hill. (3) A cover at the foot of the East Fort of P'anlung Hill. (4) Collection of materials for constructing platforms for howitzers within the land-slip by rain south-west of Wangchiatien. (5) Japanese encampment at the foot of a hill south of Lichiatun. (6) Japanese sentries on a hill west of Cli'iakou. (7) Japanese outposts at the foot of a hill west of P'antao. (8} A machine gun within a fort on a hill north-east of Ch'akou. (9} Cannonade of the Japanese Heavy Artillery from the west of P'antao. (10) A temporary dressing at at ion at the foot of a hill east of Wuch'ayingtzu. (11) Engagement of the First Battalion of the Nineteenth Infantry Regiment on a hill north-west of Hsich'akou. No. 1. (12) Engagement of the First Battalion of the Nineteenth Infantry Regiment on a hill north-west of Hsich'akou. No. 2. (13) Capture of the U-shaped Hill north of Koukou. (14) A view of the Russian defence position from Shuangt'aikou. No. 1. (15) A view of the Russian defence position from Shuangt'aikou. No. 2. (16) A view of the Russian defence position from Shuangt'aikou. No. 3. (17) Removal of the wounded to the rear as viewed from a hill north-west of Hanchiatun. (18) Part of the Russian defence position south-west of Shuangt'aikou. (19) A railway bridge destroyed south-west of Shuangt'aikou station. (20) A powder magazine being hastily built near Houchiattzu. (21) A heavy gun in a Japanese fort near Houchiatzu. (22) Japanese Fort at Lintziimao. (23) Commander of the Third Army and his staff on a hill southeast of Fenghuang Hill. (24) A view of the Russian position from a hill south-east of Fenghuang Hill. (25) The ascent of a Japanese balloon in the neighbourbood of Ch'oLichiatnn. (26) Transportation of heavy guns by a Japanese Naval Heavy Artillery Corps. (27) A portable railway being laid near Liushufang. (28) Lieutenant-General Matsumura, Commander of the First Division, and his staff in the front of the encampment half-way up Takasaki Hill. (29) A view of the battle in the direction of the First Division from a hill south-east of Fenghuang Hill. (30) Japanese cannonade of the north-eastern position of the Port Arthur. (31} Russian shell exploding in the neighbourhood of Tuanshantzu. (32) Cannonade of the Japanese Foot Artiilery from Wangchiatien. (33) Japanese Field Hospital at Wangchiatien. (34) Imperial Messengers inspecting the permanent hospital at Tung-lungt'ow. (35} Cartridge cases used by the Heavy Artillery of the Naval Brigade. (36) A light railway at Tunglungt'ow. (37) A view from Takushan of East Kikwan Hill and neighbourhood. (38) Encampment of the Eleventh Division Headquarters at the north-east foot of Takushan. (39) Stalls.for the Japanese artillery horses at Takushan. (40) Preparations for action of the Japanese mortars on a low ground north-east of Takushnn, (41) Part of the position of the Second Foot Artillery Regiment in ahollow about 1,000 metres north-east of Chiichiatun. (42) Sapping being carried on against the East Kikwan Hill Forts. No. 1. (43) Sapping being carried on against the East Kikwan Hill Forts. No. 2. (44) Stalls for the horses of the Eleventh Field Artillery Regiment at the north foot of Takushan and a part of the encampment of the same regiment (45) Position of the Eighth Battery of the Second Artillery Regimentin a hollow about 1,000 metres east of Chuchiatun. (46) Transportation of 28-centimetre howitzers to the Siege Artillery Park at the east foot of Kantashan. (47) Transportation of the gun-carriages for 28-centimetre howitzers to the Siege Artillery Park at the east foot of Kantashan. (48) The railway station at Hsuchiatun which was set on fire by the Russians and a part of the encampment of the Nineth Field Artillery Regiment. (49) Explosion of a Russian shell in the East Fort of Panlung Hill. (50) The Surgery of a Field Hospital at Hanchiatun. (51) A Field Hospital near Chanlingtzu Railway Station. (52) Captured shells collected in a valley south-west of Ch'iuchiatun. (53) Japanese and foreign guest being entertained in a tent set up behind the Headquarters of the Third Army, (54} The Brain of the Investing Army. (55) The fight in the direction of the First Division as seen from the top of Fenghuang Hill. (56) Trial firing of the 28-centimetre howitzer in a hollow south-west of Wangchiatien. (57) Explosion of a Russian heavy shell on a Japanese artillery position about 300 metres north-east of 131-metre Hill. (58) A view of the 174-metre Hill from the north-east edge of Namako Hill. (59) Namako Hill and the 2O3-metre Hill during the General Attack. (60) A Russian heavy gun mounted on the north-east corner of Namako Hill. (61) A military band playing to the sick and wounded in the Field Hospital at Chouchiatun. (62) A Russian 12-centimetre Canet gun mounted on the central summit of the 174-metre Hill. (63} A Russian heavy field gun and a powder magazine on the western edge of the 174-metre Hill. (64) A Russian 12-centimetre Canet gun mounted on the eastern edge of the 174-metre Hill. (65) Part of a store for captured shells collected in a valley south of Ch'iuchiatun. (66) Passage connecting two heavy guns and a powder-magazine on the summit of the 174-metre Hill. (67) A Russian Hotchkiss machine-gun found destroyed in the centre of the 174-metre Hill. (68) A Russian machine gun mounted on the north-eastern edge of 174-metre Hill. (69) View of Tairen. (70) The Second Field Hospital of the First Division at Tawang-chuang. (71) Soldiers slightly wounded resting on their way to the rear on the south-eastern edge of Nihotzu. (72) Part of the Naval Heavy Artillery Column and the seriously-wounded soldiers being conveyed to the rear on the northern edge of T'uchengtzu. (73) Collection of materials for the Siege Engineers Headquarters at Chouchiatung. (74) The Staff of the Siege Artillery Headquarters on a hill south-east of Fenghuang Hill. (75) Interior of a Field Post-office at Chouchiatun. (76) The Siege Artillery Headquarters on a hill south-east of Feng-huang Hill. (77) Russian eight-centimetre guns captured behind the right wing of the forts of the First Foot Artillery Regiment. (78) Preparations for action on the First and Second Forts of the First Foot Artillery Regiment on the 182-metre Hill southeast at Feng huang Hill. (79) Transportation of provisions over a hill south-east of Fenghuang Hill. (80) Lieutenant-General Tsuchiya, Commander of the Eleventh Division, and his staff. (8l A distant view of the fortifications of Port Arthur from the 13 metre Hill. (82) Loading a 28-centimetre howitzer in a hollow south-west of Wangchiatien. (83) Collection of shells for 28-centimetre howitzers. (84) Some of the marks made by Russian shells on the eastern slope of the iSa-metre Hill south-east of Fenghuang Hill. (85) Position of the Third Battalion of the First Foot Artillery Regiment in a hollow west of Lilantzu. (86) Cannonade of a part of the Third Foot Artillery Regiment from the northern foot of the 149-metre Hill south of Wangchiatien. (87) The Railway Station at Wangchiatien which was set on fire by the Russians at the time of their retreat and a distant view of the position of the Third Foot Artillery Regiment. (88) Craters of explosion of Russian shells, in a hollow west of Wangchiatien. (89) Position of the Naval Heavy Artillery Corps on a ridge between the Second and Third Forls of the First Foot Artillery Regiment. (90) Cannonade of the men-of-war in the harbour by 28-centimetre guns from a point about 500 metres north of Chuchiatucg. (91) The Third Infantry Position in the siege trenches facing the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (92) Encampment of the Eleventh Division at the northern foot of Takushan. (93) Temporary dressing station of the Third Foot Artillery Regiment about 500 metres north of Chuchiatun. (94) Infantry position and shields in the siege trenches before the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (95) A view of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill from a loop-hole between sand-bags in the Third Infantry Position within the siege trenches. (96) Explosion of a Russian shell behind a Japanese Artillery Position north of Chuchiatun. (97) A gun captured from the Russians, which was mounted on a narrow road about 800 metres north-east of Chuchiatun. (98) A soup-cart used by the Russians. (99) Stalls for the horses of the Eleventh Field Artillery Regiment at Wangchiatun. (100) Part of the gorge of the West Fort of P'anlung Hill after its capture. (101) The state of the defences at the gorge of the West Fort of P'anlung Hill. (102) The Headquarters of the Third Army at Liushufang. (103) Building a road to the fort for the 2S-centimetre howitzer south of Wangchiatien, and transporting material for the gun-platform. (104) A view of Erhlung Hill from the sentry line in the gorge of the West Fort of P'anlung Hill. (105) Part of the shelter on the West Fort of P'anlung Hill. (106) A grenade cannon mounted on the West Fort of P'anlung Hill. (107) Opening of military roads during a charge. (108) Lieutenant-General Oshima, Commander of the Ninth Division and his staff. (109) The Sungshu Hill Forts during the Japanese general bombardment, as seen from a point east of Lungyen. (110) Japanese sentry-line (on the side facing Erhlung Hill) in the gorge of the West Fort of P'anlung Hill. (111) A view of the reduit from the point of intersection of two terrepleins in the West Fort of P'anlung Hill. (112) The Erhlung Hill Forts during the Japanese general bombardment. (113) Hachimaki Hill during the Japanese general bombardment. (114) The Fourth Infantry Position in the siege trenches facing the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (115) Charge up Hachimaki Hill of a part of the Second Battalion of the Seventh Infantry Regiment. (116) The North Fort of East Kikwan Hill during the Japanese general bombardment, as seen from the Third Infantry Position. (117) The Erhlung Hill Forts during the Japanese general bombardment, as seen from a point east of Lungyen. (118) The Forts on East Kikwan Hill during the Japanese general bombardment, as seen from the Third Infantry Position in the siege trenches facing them. (119) Part of the Ninteenth Infantry Regiment charging upon shelter trenches immediately in front of the Erhlung Hill Forts. (120) The Third Infantry Position in the siege trenches facing the Forts on the East Kikwan Hill. (121) Wangchiatun as it appeared after its destruction by the Russians. (122) The Forts on East Kikwan Hill at the time of the assault as seen from a field north of Palicbuang. (123) A fire in the Fort on Sungshu Hill. (124) A view of the coast of Yench'ang from a Japanese sentry-line on Hsiaokushan. (125) Collection of provisions in front of temporary store-houses at Tairen (Dalny). (126) Trophies taken by the Ninth Division. (127) Japanese sick and wounded and Russian prisoners preparing to go on board the Hospital-ship Rohilla. (128) A view of the front of the Head-Depot of the Third Army at Tairen (Dalny}. (129) A view of a part of Tairen (Dalny) from the second story of the Communication Bureau. (130) Encampment of Cavalry Corps and a part of the Eleventh Artillery Regiment at the eastern foot of Hsiaokushan. (131) The City Office at Dalny which was burnt by the Russians at the time of their rereat therefrom. (132) The Second Branch of the Depot Hospital at Tairen (Dalny). (133) An isolated ward of the Dep6t Hospital at Tairen (Dalny). (134) The Commander of the Third Army, the Commander-in-chief of the Combined Squadron, and their Staffs. (135) The North Fort of East Kikwan Hill during the Japanese general bombardment, as seen from a loop-hole of the Third Infantry Position. (136) The Forts on East Kikwan Hill during the Japanese bombardment, as seen from a loop-hole of the Seventh Infantry Position. (137) Explosion of a caponiere of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (138) Charge of a part of the Twelfth Infantry Regiment upon shelter-trenches half-way up the Forts on East Kikwan IHill. (139) Charge of a part of the Twenty-second Infantry Regiment upon a front breach and the gorge of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (140) Neighbouring Forts concentrating their fire upon a Japanese storming corps on the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (141) Firing of a 28-centimetre howitzer at a point north-west of Chiangchiatun. (142) Extending and strengthening the left wing of the storming corps in front of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (143) Firing of a howitzer at a point about 600 metres south-west of Nienp'ankow. (144) The harbour entrance and neighbourhood as seen from a loop-hole of a shelter-trench south-west of a central saddle of the 203-metre Hill. (145) A view of the summit of the 203-metre Hill from a point half-way up the south-western slope of the hill. (146) A view of a part of Shuishiying from the outer ditch of Fort Kuropatkin. (147) A view of an explosion in the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill from a hill north-east of Chiangchiatun. (148) The North Fort of East Kikwan Hill and neighbourhood at the time of the assault, as seen from a hill north-west of Chiangchiatun. (149) Entrance of the front counterscarp casemate of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (150) A railway bridge destroyed by the Russians at a point about 500-metres south of Palichuang. (151) A view of the exterior of a counteascarp casemate from a breach in the North Fort of East Kikwaa Hill. (152) Destruction of a shelter and its neighbourhood in the gorge of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (153) The outer ditch on the right flank of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (154} Works being carried on inside the outer ditch for the purposeof completing the rear defence of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (155) An explosion in the front portion of Erhlisng Hilt Forts as seen from Palichuang. (156) The headquarters of the Seventh Division at Fanchiatun. (157) Landing at Tairen (Dalny) of the Second Military Train Inspection Corps. (158) Part of the Seventh Cavalry Regiment resting after landing at Tairen (Dalny). (159) Sick and wounded soldiers being quartered in the Tairen (Dalny) Depot Hospital. (160) Room No. 14 of the Second Branch of the Tairen (Dalny) Depot Hospital. (161) The first officers' sick room in the Tairen (Dalny] Depot Hospital. (162) The Medical Reserve Headquarters of the Ninth Division at Cbanglingtzu. (163) Generals Nogi and Stoessel, and their staffs in the garden of the meeting-place at Shuishihying. (164) A view of the interior to the left from the entrance to the front counterscarp casement of the North Fort of East Kikwan Hill. (165) Explosion in front of Sungshu Hill Fort, as seen from a minor redoubt east of Lungyen. (166) Explosion of mines near the gorge of Sungshu Hill Fort as seen from a minor redoubt east of Lungyen. (167) Charge up Wangt'ai Hill of the Seventh and Thirty-fifth Infantry Regiments. (168) Arrival of General Reiss, the Russian parlamentaire, at the meeting-place at Shuishiying. (169) The Cossack escort of the Russian parlementaire resting. (170) General Stoessel and his staff approaching the meet Ing-pi ace at Shuishiying. (171) A view of the flank of the gorge of Erhlung Hill Fort from the outer ditch in the rear of the Fort. (172) Part of the Russian prisoners assembled for delivery in the neighbourhood of Tayangkow. (173) Prisoners, while being delivered, blowing up and burning down Russian barracks in the neighbourhood. (174) Heavy guns at Wangt'ai. (175) Covered way demolished near the gorge of Sungshu Hill Fort. (176) A caponiere in the rear of Wangt'ai, where resistance was offered, to the last. (177) A view from Wangt'ai of the rear of the North Fort of East Kikwan Kill. (178) A electric power-house on the old enceinte behind Erhlung Hill Fort. (179) A view from Wangt'ai of a flank of Erhlung Hill Fort, H Fort and the rear of the New Fort on P'anlung Hill. (180) Outlet of a covered way which leads outward from the outer ditch of the left wing behind Erhlung Hill Fort. (181) The effect of Japanese tiring in the neighbourhood of the railway station at Port Arthur. (182) Powder magazine in the gorge of Sungshu Hill Fort. (183) A gun and shelter on Q Fort, (184) A gun destroyed on the Fuji-shaped Fort. (185) Shelter and houses demolished on the old enceinte south-east of Q Fort. (186) A naval gun mounted about fifty metres west of Fuji-shaped Fort, (187) Entry into Port Arthur of General Nogi, Commander of the Third Army. (188) Entry into Port Arthur of various corps of the Third Army. (189) A march-past in the neighbourhood of the New Town at Port Arthur. (190) A view of sunken Russian men-of-war from a warf at the foot of Peiyu Hill. (191) Funeral service of the Third Army at a place north of Shuishiying. (192) A view of Port Arthur from the High Fort on Weiyuen. (193) East Kikwan Hill Fort after its destruction by the Russians on the morning of the second of January. No. 1. (194) East Kikwan Hill Fort after its destruction by the Russians on the morning of the second of January. No. 2. (195) A view of a part of a breach from the glacis of the front salient angle of Erhlung Ilill Fort. (196) An electric station for search-lights behind a knoll south-cast of a fort. (197) A Russian observatory on Peitou Hill. (198) The interior of the outer ditch of the front salient angle of Itzu Hill Fort. (199) A torpedo magazine standing south of the Torpedo Station, which was burnt down by the Russians. (200) Captured light guns and shells collected at a point north-west of Machiaiun. (201) Russian guns scattered behind the Fuji-shaped Fort. (202) Heavy guns on East Kikwan Hill Fort buried by an explosion. (203) A 47-inillimttre gun on the old enceinte near Q Fort. (204) A Russian field gun on the enceinte behind East Kikwan Hill Fort. (205) A field gun on the old enceinte behind Sungshu Hill Fort. (206) A Russian gun mounted on a hill south-west of East Kikwan Hill Fort. (207) Shelters on the old enceinte near Sungshu Hill. (208) A machine gun on the old enceinte behind the North Fort of Peiyin Hill. (209) The Russian torpedo depot-ship "Amur" in dock in the East Basin of Port Arthur. (210) The Russian battleships "Peresviet" and "Poltava," which were sunk by the Japanese. (211) A torpedo-boat found destroyed near the pier of the Old Torpedo Station. (212) Submarine mines collected on the east coast of Heishakow. (213) A torpedo-boat of the Japanese battleship "Mikasa," which was burnt by the Russians on the beach north-east of the Torpedo Station. (214) A Russian gunboat destroyed and sunk off the beach west of Weiycen Fort. (215) A Russian torpedo-boat found destroyed near the pier on the beach north-west of Kikwan Hill Fort. (216) A dredging-vessel destroyed and sunk off the beach east of the Old Torpedo Station. (217) The Russian battleship "Retvisan," which was sunk. (218) The Russian cruiser "Bayan," which ran aground and was destroyed on ihe south side of the East Basin of Port Arthur. (219) A view from Lanlzuying Fort of the boom near t lie harbour entrance. (220) The wireless telegraph station demolished on Ilwangkin Hill. (221) A view of the entrance of Port Arthur harbour from field-works at the western foot of Ilwangkin Hill. (222) Wounded prisoners in the Depot Hospital at Port Arthur. (223) Part of the New Town at Port Arthur. (224) The favourite horse of General Stoessel. ---- Marshal Marquis Yamagata Being Welcomed at Mukden ---- Marshal Marquis Oyama, Commander-in-Chief of the Japanese Armies in Manchuria, and His Staff ---- Major-General Fukushima, The Japanese Commissioner for Arranging an Armistice, on His Way to the Meeting-Place of Commissioners ---- The Meeting of the Commissioners Appointed to Arrange Armistice ---- Triumphal Return of General Headquarters Staff of the Japanese Armies in Manchuria. No 1. ---- Triumphal Return of General Headquarters Staff of the Japanese Armies in Manchuria. No 2. ---- Triumphal Return of General Headquarters Staff of the Japanese Armies in Manchuria. No 3. ---- Triumphal Return of General Headquarters Staff of the Japanese Armies in Manchuria. No 4.

 
Dating the book.

Colophon (At Rear of All 5 Army Books)

The two rows of characters at the far right indicate the following (going from the right row to the left).

  • Meiji 39 (1906), February 23 - Printed
  • Meiji 39 (1906), February 26 - Distributed

 


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