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“Tikoku Banzai!”–“Long Live the Empire!”  page 30, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

“With the Russian Army on its March to the Front” page 45, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

“Twenty-Third Artillery Brigade About to Leave Gatchina for the Front” page 51, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

“The Night Landing of the Japanese Troops at Chemuplo” page 35, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York“Japanese Burying a Russian Captain with Military Honors at Antung” page 89, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

“English Nurses Sent by the Queen to Inspect the Workings of the Japanese Red Cross”  page 93, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

“Shinto Ceremony Held by the Japanese in Honor of Those Who Fell at the Yalu” page 94, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

“Japanese Visiting Russian Graves at the Feng-Wang-Cheng”  page 99, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

“Bringing Wounded Russians to the Dressing Station at the Kwantei Temple on July 4” page 112, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

“Russian Warships in the Harbor at Port Arthur Just Before the Outbreak of War” page 136, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “A Disheartened Japanese Spy and his Quizzical Russian Captors”  page 156, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “Russian Infantry in the Trenches on a Hot Day” page 162, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “In the Russian Trenches During the Fighting at Taling” page 176, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “Burying Japanese and Russian Dead Together Outside Liao-Yang”  page 180, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “Dead Japanese in the Trenches on September Fourth” page 180, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “Punishment of Chinese Caught Looting in Liao-Yang”  page 186, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “Attaches and Correspondents with General Kuroki’s First Army Corps at Feng-Wang-Cheng” page 200, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “One of the Shells Beginning its Long Flight Toward Port Arthur” page 219, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “Five-hundred-pound Shells Waiting to be Hurled into Port Arthur”  page 221, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “General Nogi and his Staff, the Conquerors of Port Arthur”  page 226, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “The Price of Victory - Part of the Japanese Dead Lying on the 203-meter Hill” page 233, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York “Russian Dead Awaiting Burial in the Outskirts of Port Arthur”  page 234, A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York >“Convalescent Wounded Russian Soldiers and their Japanese Nurses and Doctors at Matsuyama”  page 242 A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War, Edited by James H. Hare 1905, PF Collier & Son, New York

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