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0117456
SINO JAPANESE WAR, c1895.
A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers and Japanese General Major Odera in a snowstorm at Weihaiwei Bay, resulting in Odera's death. Right panel of a triptych, color woodcut by Kokunimasa Utagawa, c1895.
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0117453
SINO JAPANESE WAR, c1895.
A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers and Japanese General Major Odera on horseback in a snowstorm at Weihaiwei Bay, resulting in Odera's death. Center panel of a triptych, color woodcut by Kokunimasa Utagawa, c1895.
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0117450
SINO JAPANESE WAR, c1895.
A battle during the Sino Japanese War between Chinese soldiers and Japanese General Major Odera, shown on horseback on a cliff in a snowstorm at Weihaiwei Bay, resulting in Odera's death. Left panel of a triptych, color woodcut by Kokunimasa Utagawa, c1895.
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0118046
JAPANESE CARTOON, c1895.
A Japanese cartoon depicting a Chinese soldier frightened by a scarecrow symbolizing a Japanese soldier. Color woodcut by Kobayashi Kiyochika, c1895.
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0113507
SINO JAPANESE WAR, 1895.
Japanese soldiers, using bamboo as a screen, while attacking Chinese troops who appear to be caught off guard. Japanese woodcut, 1895.
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0115214
JAPANESE CARTOON, 1895.
Japanese cartoon showing the Chinese mode of transportation, with four men harnessed to a carriage by their long pigtails (top), and a tired Chinese worker in the silk industry. Woodcut by Kiyochika Kobayashi, 1895, at the time of the First Sino-Japanese War.
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0117449
JAPANESE CARTOON, c1895.
A Japanese cartoon comprising two illustrations depicting Chinese religious practices, the bottom one probably showing Raijin, the Japanese God of Thunder, seated in front. Woodcut in colors by Kiyochika Kobayashi, 1895.
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0023231
SINO-JAPANESE WAR, 1894.
Contemporary Japanese print of their victorious war with China in Korea, 1894.
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0000927
SINO-JAPANESE WAR, 1894.
Visiting Japanese warship 'Akagi' at Nagasaki Harbor, following the Battle of the Yalu River on the China-Korea border. English illustration, 1894.
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0000926
SINO-JAPANESE WAR, 1894-5.
The sinking of the Chinese ship Kow-Shing by Japanese men-of-war, July 1894. Illustration by a Chinese artist for an English newspaper, 1894.
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0103499
SINO-JAPANESE WAR, 1895.
Japanese Sergeant Kawasaki crossing the Taedong River on the Korean Peninsula in order to observe enemy movements during the Sino-Japanese War. Woodblock print, triptych, 1895, by Shogetsudo Matsunaga.
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0000925
SINO-JAPANESE WAR, 1894-95.
Naval battle between Japanese (with square flags) and Chinese (with pennant flags) men-of-war on 25 July 1894. Illustration by a Chinese artist for an English newspaper, 1894.
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0103500
SINO-JAPANESE WAR, 1895.
Japanese troops invade the North China peninsula. Woodblock print, triptych, 1895, by Kobayashi Kiyochika.
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0115097
SINO-JAPANESE WAR, 1895.
A cat representing a Japanese battleship is chasing two rats representing Chinese battleships into a bag. Woodcut, 1895, by Kiyochika Kobayashi.
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0297968
HISTORY.
Japanese ships during the battle of Haiyang, print. First Sino-Japanese War, China, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. NIMATALLAH / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0294596
HISTORY.
The Japanese army marching to Wei-Hai-Wei, February 1895, drawing by Tai-Seki. First Sino-Japanese War, China, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0294598
HISTORY.
The Japanese occupying Formosa, February 1895. Print. First Sino-Japanese War, Taiwan, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserv
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0294593
HISTORY.
Sinking of the Chinese ship, Kootsou-Go, charged with protecting Chinese troops in Korea, July 1894, engraving. First Sino-Japanese war, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0294600
HISTORY.
Battle of Nwe-Chan, 1895, print. First Sino-Japanese War, China, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0294594
HISTORY.
Naval Battle of Haiyang, September 17, 1894, print. First Sino-Japanese War, China, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0294599
HISTORY.
Clash between the guerrillas of Formosa and the Japanese troops, 1895, print. First Sino-Japanese War, Taiwan, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0294601
HISTORY.
The Treaty of Shimonoseki also known as the Treaty of Maguan, was ratified in China, April 17, 1895, between the Japanese Empire and the Qing Dynasty, putting an end to the First Sino-Japanese War. First Sino-Japanese War, China, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0297967
HISTORY.
Naval Battle of Haiyang, September 17, 1894, print. First Sino-Japanese War, China, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. NIMATALLAH / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0294597
HISTORY.
The Japanese army moving towards Takuboku under the command of General Katsura, print. First Sino-Japanese war, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0297966
HISTORY.
A unit of Japanese engineers constructing a bridge over a river in South Korea. First Sino-Japanese War, South Korea, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0297969
HISTORY.
The Japanese troops launching an attack on the fortifications of Port Arthur. First Sino-Japanese War, China, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0294592
HISTORY.
O-Tori, Japanese Minister in Seoul, negotiations for Korean independence with representatives of the Chinese government in the presence of Korean ministers, drawing by Tai-Seki. First Sino-Japanese War, South Korea, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All righ
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0294595
HISTORY.
The siege of Port Arthur, 1894, print. First Sino-Japanese War, China, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / M. SEEMULLER / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0601698
CHINA, THEN UNDER THE QING DYNASTY, WAS DEFEATED BY JAPAN IN THE FIRST SINO-JAPANESE WAR OF 1894?95. CHINA WAS FORCED TO CEDE TAIWAN TO THE JAPANESE, AND TO RECOGNIZE THE INDEPENDENCE OF KOREA IN THE TREATY OF SHIMONOSEKI. THE QING DYNASTY WAS ON THE BRINK OF COLLAPSE FROM INTERNAL REVOLTS AND FOREIGN IMPERIALISM, WHILE JAPAN HAD EMERGED AS A GREAT POWER T