Russian Japanese War, 1904-05. Real photo with 6 soldiers and a canon.
Very sharp photo, thin photo-paper, 5,5 x 4 inches. Fine condition.
Authentic photo from the Russian-Japanese War in 1904-05. No reproduction.
Russian Japanese War. Mocking Postcard Russians: Funny caricature postcard depicting a Japanese soldier eating „Russians“ ( play with the term “ Russian “ for this kind of preserved fish. Artist signed: Ferenchich.
Slight wear, used in Austria.
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Russian-Japanese War: Decorative mocking postcard with Russian and Japanese boats, naval battle with Russian marines winning.
Used as postcard in 1904, Prague cancellation.
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1914, Lithographed, artist signed ( Lenhard ). The Tsar in uniform, flags of the Allied Countries all over his body. Scarce postcard in fine condition.
Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia (18951917), born near St Petersburg, Russia, the son of Alexander III.
His reign was marked by the alliance with France, an entente with Britain, a disastrous war with Japan (19045), and the establishment of the national assembly, or Duma (1906). He took command of the Russian armies against the Central Powers in 1915. Forced to abdicate at the Revolution, he was shot with his family at Yekaterinburg by the Red Guards.
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Very decorative propaganda postcard from Japan, promoting a “China Revolution Dept – campaign”.
The postcard shows a Chinese boy and silhouettes of workers and soldiers.
Printed text in Japanese at the reverse.
Very fine condition.
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