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Rokoku shikan satsuei Ryojun sentō shashinchō = Port Arthur from within. photographs taken by Russian officers
露国士官撮影旅順戦闘寫眞帖 = Port Arthur from within. photographs taken by Russian officers
Bib ID 4586423
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Ogawa Kazumasa Shuppanbu, Meiji 39 [1906] 
東京 : 小川一眞出版部, 明治39 [1906] 
1 v. : chiefly photos. ; 26 x 38 cm. 
Notes

Text and captions in Japanese and English.

Subjects Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 -- Pictorial works.  |  Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 -- Naval operations -- Russian.
Also Titled

Ryojun sentō shashinchō.

Port Arthur from within. photographs taken by Russian officers.

旅順戦闘寫眞帖.

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