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Очень я люблю картинки времен русско-японской и первой мировой (хотя моё мнение относительно единственной мировой всё еще в силе и продолжает крепнуть). Собираю их, коплю, рассматриваю и наслаждаюсь. И делюсь. Например, вот.

(NB: картинки большие, но маленькие ставить неинтересно)


1904. True report of the great sea battle at Lüshun Bay: number one. Print shows Japanese battleships bombarding Russian battleships in a surprise naval assault on the Russian fleet at Lüshun (Port Arthur).


1904. True report of the great sea battle at Lüshun Bay: number two. Print shows, in the foreground, a Russian battleship exploding under bombardment from Japanese battleships; a line of Japanese battleships, positioned on the right, fire on a line of Russian battleships on the left, in a surprise naval assault on the Russian fleet at Port Arthur (Lüshun).


1904. True report of the great sea battle at Lüshun Bay: number three. Print shows Japanese battleships bombarding Russian battleships in a surprise naval assault on the Russian fleet at Lüshun (Port Arthur); includes cameo portraits, possibly of Admiral Tōgō, for the Japanese, and Admiral Oskar Victorovich Stark or Stepan Osipovich Makarov, for the Russians.


1904. Great battle at Lüshun Bay. Print shows sailors on a Japanese battleship firing on a Russian battleship during the surprise naval assault on the Russian fleet at Port Arthur (Lüshun).


1904. View of the instant sinking of the ships in the great sea battle at Lüshun Bay. Print shows Japanese battleships bombarding Russian battleships in a surprise naval assault on the Russian fleet at Lüshun (Port Arthur).


1904. The Japanese torpedo destroyers, the Asagiri and Hayadori, attacking the Russian Men-of-war. Print showing Japanese torpedo boats sinking Russian battleships.


1904. True view of the battle at Jingcheng. Print shows Japanese soldiers preparing for assault on Russian troops near Haicheng, China, possibly the battle of Hsimucheng on July 31, 1904, during the Russo-Japanese War.


1904. Japanese and Russian cavalry troops clash near Chonju, North P'yongan Province, Korea.


Март 1904. The Japanese Russian War No. 2 st. - 700 Russian soldiebs [i.e., soldiers] coptured [i.e., captured] at Chemulpo. Print shows a Japanese officer reading a document before captured Russian soldiers at Chemulpo [Inch'on], Korea, during the Russo-Japanese war. Captured Russian weapons and other spoils appear in the lower right foreground.


Март 1904. Meiji Japan Navy seventy seven brave soldiers decide die company get in the transportation ships and themselves sink is picture stoppaged Port Ryojun. Print shows Japanese sailors in small boats, risking death, attempt to blockade Port Arthur during the Russo-Japanese war.


Апрель 1904. Japanese Red Cross taking care of enemy soldiers near the Amur River. Print showing Japanese Red Cross tents and personnel giving medical attention to wounded Japanese and Russian soldiers.


Апрель 1904. The destruction of Russ[i]an torpede [sic] destroyers by Japanese torpede destroyers at Port Arthur - the illustration of the war between Japan and Russia (no. 5). Print shows sailors from the Japanese torpedo boat, Sazanami, boarding a Russian torpedo boat during a heated sea battle off Port Arthur during the Russo-Japanese war.


Май 1904. Japanese and Russian soldiers in fierce battle at Chiu-tien-Ch'eng, Manchuria (the battle of Yalu River).


Май 1904. May 1904 Japan seconds army preoccupation Furanten, China, and is picture to breaking the iron bridge every place. Print shows the Japanese Second Army destroying a bridge at Pu-lan-tien during the Russo-Japanese war.

Май 1904. Citizens' victory celebration. Print shows the Japanese citizens and soldiers during a night of revelry after major victories against the Russians during the Russo-Japanese war.


Май 1904. The occupation of Hinshu by the Japanese second troops. Print shows Japanese soldiers of the Second Army overrunning the Russian line at Chin-Chou during the Russo-Japanese war.


Май 1904. May 5th 1904 Japan seconds army is state to up land at vicinity Hishika peninsula Ryoto China. Print shows the Japanese Second Army landing on the Liaodong Peninsula, causing the Russian troops to flee, during the Russo-Japanese war.


Июнь 1904. The severe battle of Teh-li-sz and Russian prisoners were questioned by our officers - the illustration of the battls of Japan and Russia no. 14. Print shows Japanese soldiers with Russian prisoners following the battle of Te-li-Ssu during the Russo-Japanese war; a Japanese interpreter interviews a Russian officer.


Июль 1904. The occupancy of Bunsuirei by Japanese. Print shows Japanese soldiers overrunning the Russian line at Fen-shui Ling during the Russo-Japanese war.


Июнь 1904. The humors, devil to-supress "kwai-danzi". Print showing a young man representing Japan as the "God of Peace" holding aloft a man, probably Nicholas II, labeled Russia holding a white flag. Japan is standing on a damaged Russian battleship and a man wearing a crown; "Corea" is seen hiding behind the skirt of Japan. Arranged around this central motif are figures representing "Germany", "China", "France", "Tolky" [i.e., Turkey], holding Japanese and Turkish flags and stomping on the Russian flag, "United State [sic], N. American", and "English" [i.e., England] standing with the British lion.

Комментировать пока не буду. Все вышеприведенные - отсюда.

Но есть еще одна. Менее эффектная, но не менее содержательная. Продается. Не могу не разместить.


Published by Kohn brothers in Wien.

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Всё это чрезвычайно занятно.

Comments

ankara0711
Jan. 6th, 2014 10:52 pm (UTC)
:)
Уважаемый +1