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Sunken Russian ship at Port Arthur, in the aftermath of the Russo-Japanese War (日露戦争), 1904-1905.

Sunken Russian ship at Port Arthur, in the aftermath of the Russo-Japanese War (日露戦争),

Five-hundred-pound Japanese artillery shells waiting to be hurled into Port Arthur, Russo-Japanese War (日露戦争).

Japanese soldiers stand by 500 lbs shells ready to be hurled at the fortress at Port Arthur during the Battle of Port Arthur in the Russo-Japanese War, 1905

A Japanese postcard showing Poltava partially submerged at Port Arthur. The ex-Russian battleship Poltava was one of three Petropavlovsk-class pre-dreadnought battleships built for the Imperial Russian Navy in the 1890s. She was sunk by Japanese artillery during the subsequent Siege of Port Arthur in December 1904, but was raised by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) after the war and renamed "Tango" (丹後).

A Japanese postcard showing Poltava partially submerged at Port Arthur. The ex-Russian battleship Poltava was one of three Petropavlovsk-class pre-dreadnought battleships built for the Imperial Russian Navy in the 1890s. She was sunk by Japanese artillery during the subsequent Siege of Port Arthur in December 1904, but was raised by the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) after the war and renamed "Tango" (丹後).

French built Russian 8 in armoured cruiser Bayan: scuttled in Port Arthur under hopeless circumstances in 1904, she was raised by the Japanese and served in their Navy as Aso, finally being expended as a target in 1932.

French built Russian 8 inch armored cruiser Bayan: scuttled in Port Arthur under hopeless circumstances in she was raised by the Japanese and served in their Navy as Aso, finally being expended as a target in

Russian cruiser Pallada under attack at the Siege of Port Arthur during the Japanese-Russo War.

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Imperial Russian ships in Port Arthur bombarded by Japanese howitzers during the Russo-Japanese War (日露戦争).

Early days of the Japanese-Russo war. 1st Pacific Fleet of Russia in the Port Arthur ( now Lushun), China,spring 1904

Early days of the Japanese-Russo war. Pacific Fleet of Russia in the Port Arthur ( now Lushun), China,spring 1904

Russian main battleships : Osliabya, Peresveth and Pobieda at the time of Tsushima battle. Russo-japanese war 1904-5.

Russian main battleships : Osliabya, Peresveth and Pobieda at the time of Tsushima battle.

Порт-Артур. Затопленные Русские корабли. 1905

Russian ships destroyed by the Japanese at Port Arthur in 1904

February 8th 1904: Battle of Port Arthur On this day in 1904, the Russo-Japanese War began with the Battle of Port Arthur. The battle began with a surprise Japanese torpedo attack on the Russian fleet...

A faithful view of the Russian fleet sortieing from Port Arthur en route to the Battle of the Yellow Sea, August Prominent here are the American-built battleship Retvizan (left) and the five-funnel cruiser Askold

Russian fleet under fire durin the siege of Port Arthur.

Russian fleet under fire durin the siege of Port Arthur.

Port Arthur in 1904 following the Japanese siege of the home base of the Imperial Russian Navy's Pacific fleet with the wreckage of the Czars fleet.

Lushun west area after the fall of Lushun (Port Arthur) as viewed from Mt.Sunken Russian ships in the bay

iron warships | Description Ironclad warship Pyotr Velikiy.jpg

This ship paper model is the Petr Veliky, an ironclad turret ship built for the Imperial Russian Navy during the the papercraft is created by WMC, a

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