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Fierce Fight Between Japan (the second-stringers) and China.
This battle takes place in either Korea or China, and it was part of the first Sino-Japanese war.
Lushun attack by the Japanese troops (the second-stringers)
Japan tries to capture Lushun after occupying Kinshu.
The Victory of the Capture of Pyongyang
The Japanese army attacks Pyongyang since the Chinese gathered 10,200 soldiers there.
No Description, this print was likely propaganda, and therefore served more as an informational flyer than a titled piece of art or war report.
The Advance to Pheonix City in the China Dynasty
The Japanese army tries to take command of Phoenix Castle.
Fierce Battle in Phoenix Castle
Japan tries to take command of Phoenix Castle (part II)
Attacking Genbu Gate
The Japanese army tries to break the gate. This print is propaganda to show the strength and superiority of the Japanese army. In the text next to the soldier climbing the wall, it says how the man bravely scaling the wall is nothing but a foot…
The Major War in Pyongyang
This print is a scene from the battle in Pyongyang.
The Occupation of Kinshu Castle
Japan occupies Kinshu castle after gaining command of the Yellow Sea. Then, the imperial armies march on Lushun.
Our Army Attacks Enemy Troops Jiuliancheng
The Imperial Japanese army attacks and then occupies the castle.