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By Jukichi Inouye

Hardcover reprint of the unique 1895 version; hardbound in brown fabric with gold stamped lettering, eightvo - 6x9''. This merchandise is outlined on call for as a collector caliber facsimile, crafted to carry its personal in a library of first versions.

Book Information: Inouye, Jukichi. A Concise historical past of the struggle among Japan and China. Indiana: Repressed Publishing LLC, 2012.

Original Publishing: Inouye, Jukichi. A Concise background of the conflict among Japan and China. Osaka: Z. Mayekawa, 1895.

Subject: Chinese-Japanese battle, 1894-1895

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The Brigade was ordered to march forLieut. -General Nozu next received 25th. Combined Brigade of the Third Provincial Division which would land at Wonsan by the 26th would be These troops he ordered to placed under his command. march upon Phyongyang via Yangdok and Songchhong. ward again on the information that a All the arrangements were completed for closing upon Phyong-yang where the entire Chinese forces in Corea were concentrated. The Japanese forces in Corea were disposed in the following manner: ( 1.

It watched with the Japanese growing anxiety the triumphs of the Tong-haks as their threatened march upon the capital was a direct menace to the safety of the Japanese Legation and residents there. That anxiety was, however, intensified when it was found that China was bent upon taking advantage of the impotence of the Corean Government to upon the peninsula. Intelligence came of the reassert her claims Chinese preparations at Wei-hai-wei, and the Japanese Government resolved to despatch at once Mr.

Otori, the Japanese Minister at Peking and Seoul, who was at the time in Japan on He was recalled on the 4th June furlough, to the latter city. from Oiso, a watering place in Sagami, to Tokyo, where he presented himself at the Foreign Office on the following morning. He was ordered to proceed at once to Corea. He went the same day to the naval port of Yokosuka where the despatch-boat Yayeyama had been got ready to carry him, and left the port in that war-vessel that evening. m. on the gih. The same afternoon Mr.

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