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Ryōyō kaisen ippanzu
遼陽會戦一般図
Bib ID 7864360
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline [cartographic image, text, sheet]
Online Versions
Scale Scale 1:200,000 (E 122°26'00"--E 123°28'00"/N 41°29'00"--N 40°49'00"). 
Description [Japan?] : [publisher not identified], 1904 
1 map : colour ; 42 x 57 cm 
Series

Sakakibara Collection.

Notes

Relief shown by contours.

8-gatsu 23-nichi yori 9-gatsu 5-nichi made.

Map depicting the progress of Japan in later part of the Battle of Liaoyang as part of Russo-Japanese war. The moves are recorded in red with dates.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-788513202

Subjects Liaoyang, Battle of, Liaoyang, China, 1904 -- Maps.  |  Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 -- Campaigns -- China -- Maps.  |  Liaoyang (China) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1904 

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