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Dai ichi-gun no heitan [cartographic material] : Meiji sanjūnana-nen hachi-gatsu nijūgo nichi
第一軍之兵站 [cartographic material] : 明治三十七年八月二十五日
Bib ID 4560169
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Scale Scale 1:500,000 (E 123°00'--E 125°00'/N 41°20'--N 39°50'). 
Description [Japan] : Shūeisha [printing], [1904] 
[Japan] : 秀英舎 [printing], [1904] 
1 map : col. ; 36 x 32 cm. 
Notes

Date recorded as August 25, 1904.

'Fuzu dai 39' (= supplemental map no. 39) --- outside the neat line.

'Dai 10-kan' (= vol. 10) --- outside the neat line.

Most likely part of a map series, published as supplementary maps to a multi-volume Japanese publication on the Russo-Japanese War.

Japanese map showing the logistics support for No. 1 Army during the Battle of Liaoyang (24 August - 4 September 1904), during the Russo-Japanese War. The map covers the area between Liaoyang and the Yalu River. Locations of troops, guard regiments, storage, hospitals, and stables for sick horses are indicated.

MAP G7831.S6 [1904] copy Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2564190455

Annotated in red ink in Dutch: "Etappenlijn van het Eerste Leger op 25 Aug. 1904", "Kaart No. 39", along with numbering of symbols on map and legend, and conversion of scale units. Stamp on verso "Departement van Oorlog Bibliotheek C.d.4.a."

Subjects Liaoyang, Battle of, Liaoyang, China, 1904.  |  Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 -- Campaigns -- China -- Maps.  |  Liaoyang (China) -- Maps.
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245 0 0 |6880-01|aDai ichi-gun no heitan|h[cartographic material] :|bMeiji sanjūnana-nen hachi-gatsu nijūgo nichi.
255 |aScale 1:500,000|c(E 123°00'--E 125°00'/N 41°20'--N 39°50').
260 |6880-02|a[Japan] :|bShūeisha [printing],|c[1904]
300 |a1 map :|bcol. ;|c36 x 32 cm.
500 |aDate recorded as August 25, 1904.
500 |a'Fuzu dai 39' (= supplemental map no. 39) --- outside the neat line.
500 |a'Dai 10-kan' (= vol. 10) --- outside the neat line.
500 |aMost likely part of a map series, published as supplementary maps to a multi-volume Japanese publication on the Russo-Japanese War.
500 |aJapanese map showing the logistics support for No. 1 Army during the Battle of Liaoyang (24 August - 4 September 1904), during the Russo-Japanese War. The map covers the area between Liaoyang and the Yalu River. Locations of troops, guard regiments, storage, hospitals, and stables for sick horses are indicated.
530 |3MAP G7831.S6 [1904] copy|aAlso available online|uhttps://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2564190455
650 0 |aLiaoyang, Battle of, Liaoyang, China, 1904.
650 0 |aRusso-Japanese War, 1904-1905|xCampaigns|zChina|vMaps.
651 0 |aLiaoyang (China)|vMaps.
852 8 |bMAP|hMAP G7831.S6 [1904]
856 4 1 |zNational Library of Australia digitised item. MAP G7831.S6 [1904] copy|uhttps://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2564190455|xfulltext
880 0 0 |6245-01|a第一軍之兵站|h[cartographic material] :|b明治三十七年八月二十五日.
880 |6260-02|a[Japan] :|b秀英舎 [printing],|c[1904].
900 |aAnnotated in red ink in Dutch: "Etappenlijn van het Eerste Leger op 25 Aug. 1904", "Kaart No. 39", along with numbering of symbols on map and legend, and conversion of scale units. Stamp on verso "Departement van Oorlog Bibliotheek C.d.4.a."
984 |d66004560169
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