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  • Collection: Woodblock Prints of the Sino-Japanese War

A battle between Japan and China during the First Sino-Japanese War.

This print is a scene from the battle in Pyongyang.

The Imperial Japanese army attacks and then occupies the castle.

This shows the Japanese army winning the battle and gaining access to the castle.

The Japanese army is suddenly raided by China. There are some casualties including Captain Matsuzaki. These were the first Japanese victims in the First Sino-Japanese War.

This is the most intense battle at sea for the Imperial Japanese Navy and its battle-ship, Akagi. As a result of this battle, Japan wins the command of the Yellow Sea during The First Sino-Japanese War.

Japan tries to capture Lushun after occupying Kinshu.

This is a picture of a Japanese soldier going across the river alone to spy on the enemy (the Chinese). He was able to safely return to the Japanese troops. This event happened on 3 August, 1894.

The names, birth dates, and death dates of the Tokugawa family
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