Stewart LONE

A series of prints by artist Hashimoto Chikanobu (1838–1912) showing Japanese troops surprising Chinese soldiers at Weihaiwei, and the death of a Chinese officer who had led his troops into battle during a snowstorm in 1895.

The First Sino-Japanese War was a turning point in the modern history of East Asia: The victory of a smaller but more modernized Japan shocked the much larger, traditional Chinese empire. The war propelled Japan

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By |2014-12-16T16:53:57-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Event, Event, Governance, History|Comments Off on Sino-Japanese War, First (Dì-Yī Cì Zhōng-rì Zhànzhēng 第一次中日战争)|Dì-Yī Cì Zhōng-rì Zhànzhēng 第一次中日战争 (Sino-Japanese War, First)

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