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    Russo-Japanese War

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    Russia. A combination of bad luck, poor leadership and utter lack of preparedness for war has proved to be a disaster for its military and the navy in particular. It would also drastically alter the world’s perception of this empire; the defeat at Tsushima proved that it’s not as invulnerable as some western powers made her out to be. End Notes

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    Introduction of Japan as a World Power

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    responded to this by sending their own forces to Korea and installing a “puppet” government in Seoul. This angered the Chinese and led to the Japanese troops attacking Chinese troops on the Liaodong Peninsula and nearly destroying the Chinese navy in the Battle of the Yalu River; this lead to the Treaty of Shimonoseki between Japan and China, who ceded the Liaodong Peninsula and Taiwan to Japan. After the treaty was signed, Russia, Germany and France forced Japan to withdraw the Liaodong Peninsula, where

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    The Russo-Japanese War

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    The Russo-Japanese War The Russo Japanese war was a conflict between Russia and Japan in 1904-1905. The cause of the war was because Russia wanted to expand into Asia and ran into Japanese plans for gaining a foothold on Asia main land. In 1898 Russia leased Port Arthur from china, with the intention of making it into a great Asiatic port and the headquarters of Russian naval power in the pacific. Russia already had troops in Manchuria during the boxer rebellion in 1900, but Russia had

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    that assumed great importance as trading enterprises. Japan's expansion was marked by wars of expansion - defeats China over Korea in 1894-5 and Russia over Manchuria in 1904-5. The latter war sees the Japanese navy sink Russia's at the Battle of Tsushima in 1905( 5). The Japanese navy had led Japan into the ranks of modern industrialized powers. In World War One Japan acquired German islands north of the Equator. In the Depression Years, Japan moves to acquire an Empire - 'The East Asia

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    the maker of radio, “but it was not until 1943, where Marconi's patents were viewed as invalid.” Today many individuals still have no clue about Tesla's work with the radio. In 1905 the Japanese navy all but destroyed the Russian fleet at the Battle of Tsushima, “in part because of radio equipment the Japanese bought from Marconi.” Gulglielmo Marconi’s works proved essential in many real life

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    The Russian Revolution

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    The Russian Revolution Czarist Russia was a terrible place to live in, controlled by a power hungry csar named Nicholas II. Nicholas II was a power hungry ruler that didn’t care about his people in his country. He became ruler in 1917, before him the Russian royal family had controlled the throne for over 300 years. He would let emotion come in the way of ruling. On May 18, 1868, in Pushkin, Russia Nicholas II was born. He was originally named Nikolai Aleksandrovich Romanov. He was educated by

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    Tsar After 1905

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    Tsar After 1905 It would be true to say that the Tsar remained unscathed after 1905, as he remained on the throne until 1917. However, it would also be true to say that the Tsar was permanently damaged by the 1905 revolution. Before 1905, there was much unrest and discontent. Famines in 1897, 1898 and 1901, made the already struggling countryside even worse, and the usually loyal peasantry held uprisings in two provinces in 1902. The Russo-Japanese war caused further unrest following

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    The Kamakura Era

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    1266, Kublai Khan sent a letter that demanded Japan surrender to them. Japan brushed of this attempt at intimidation and refused (LIT esperan). Eight years later, The Mongols invaded with approximately 900 ships and 30,000 soldiers. “Firstly, [the] Tsushima and Iki Island were severely ravaged en route” (LIT esperan). They did not do it alone however, the Mongols already had the Chinese and Koreans under their control. The Mongols used them to create ships and lend soldiers to make this possible. (Lit

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    War termination and the decision of when to negotiate peace are rarely effectively planned before a war. The Russo-Japanese War is one of a few historical exceptions. The Russo-Japanese War provides three enduring lessons about war termination in a conflict fought for limited aims. First, the most effective war termination plans are created before the war. Second, continued military and political pressure can effectively improve your position to negotiate peace. Third, common interests and compromise

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    1884 in Nagaoka, Japan (Britannica). He attended the Japanese Naval Academy and graduated as seventh in his class in 1904, afterwards he joined the Japanese Navy and took part in the Russo-Japanese War (Spartacus-educational). He fought in the Battle of Tsushima Straits during the Russo-Japanese War and lost two fingers on his left hand in May of 1905 (Historylearningsite). In 1913 he enrolled in the Japanese Naval Staff College where he graduated in 1916 and at the same time was adopted by the Yamamoto

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