Русско-Японская война. Без ретуши

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Тема русско-японской войны 1904-1905 годов особо не афишируется во многих как отечественных, так и зарубежных исторических источниках. В советское время эти исторические события считали одними из позорнейших страниц истории Российской Империи, возможно, и вполне заслуженно. По версии тех времён, разложившаяся царская армия огромной страны не смогла дать отпор силам страны, в десятки раз меньше по площади, населению и не имеющей тех ресурсов, которые были у обороняющейся стороны. Именно эти события и послужили началом народных волнений 1905 года. 
Война закончилась фактической капитуляцией Российской Империи, потерей всех зарубежных военных баз и частичной аннексией Тихоокеанского военного флота (другая часть была попросту затоплена). Все помнят воспетый подвиг крейсера "Варяг", но про всё остальное предпочитают умалчивать. В свободном доступе практически отсутствуют исторические военные фото Порт-Артура, Чемульпо и других мест сражения. Равно как отсутствуют такие фото и у визави - в Японии. Восток - дело тонкое. Но в то же время, забывать эту страницу истории не следует. Какая-никакая, но она была, и её не выкинуть, как слово из песни. Смотрим (18+). Аннотации к фото в оригинале.
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Port Arthur. 1904
A warship on its side at a quay, Port Arthur
An American cruiser arriving in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference
Carrying wounded Russian in a jinriksha from the front down to the hospital in Port Arthur
Bursting Japanese shell 200 ft. away, seen from Russian trench near Wolf Battery, Port Arthur
Burying the Russians killed in the desperate fighting on 203 Metre Hill in besieged Port Arthur
Carriages carrying Admiral Togo, naval officers and government officials during Togo's official visit to Tokyo in Oct. 1905
Carriages carrying Admiral Togo, naval officers, and government officials during Togo's official visit to Tokyo in Oct., 1905
Bicycle stretchers bringing Russian wounded to a surgical station -- siege of Port Arthur
Сruiser "Вayan",flooded
Desolation of the terrible siege - from wrecked home looking over doomed harbor - Port Arthur
Destroying a fleet battleship Pallada struck by a 500 lb. Japanese shell -- Port Arthur harbor
Destroying Russian ships and town -- terrific rain of great Japanese shells -- in Port Arthur
End of the great siege -- Russian army awaiting transport to Dalny and Japan -- Port Arthur
Funeral of the noted Russian engineer Sakharoff -- looking w. across harbor -- Port Arthur
Group of Japanese officers in front of legation at Chemulpo
Hole made by 500 lb. Japanese shell and building wrecked by its fragments, Port Arthur
In Port Arthur during the bombardment -- raging fire near Golden Hill started by Japanese shells
In the best restaurant during the awful siege - wrecked by Japanese shells - Port Arthur
Inside a Russian fort during the siege - shell marks around a dummy gun - Port Arthur
Japanese and Russian soldiers at a fortified position (probably Russian), near Port Arthur
Japanese bringing horses ashore at Chemulpo
Japanese buried by Russians inside fort - every man entering killed by bayonet - Port Arthur
Japanese cavalry troops watching over their supplies on the beach at Chemulpo
Japanese Red Cross nurses at Chemulpo attending Russian soldiers wounded in battle of Feb. 9
Landing pack ponies at Chemulpo for advance on Seoul
Meat market early in the siege while a whole pig cost $100 and beef $1 per pound -- Port Arthur
Military hospital in Port Arthur during the great siege
One of Port Arthur's business streets - Russian wagons before office of a lumber company
Ravages of the bombardment -- cars and buildings torn by Japanese shells in Port Arthur
Royal Navy armored cruiser arriving in New York, probably at the time of the Portsmouth Peace Conference
Rubble in a bombed Russian building, Port Arthur
Russian encampment outside Port Arthur
Russian gun with 9 in. shell ready to load -- at Wolf Battery during the siege of Port Arthur
Russian officers on a tour of inspection among the hill forts during the siege of Port Arthur
Russian officers watching Japanese assault on one of the forts -- during the siege of Port Arthur
Russian reserves near Rocky Ridge (n.e. of Port Arthur) awaiting summons to the firing lines
Russian sailors from the wrecked battleships - surrendered prisoners of war in Port Arthur
Russian ships being repaired in dry dock, Port Arthur
Russian supply carts at the base of a hill; on the hill, a Red Cross field post with wagons for transporting the wounded
Russian warships in harbor; in background smoke from a fire near Golden Hill started by Japanese bombardment, Port Arthur
Russian wheat warehouse, Chemulpo
Russians in Port Arthur a few days before the surrender - along the old Chinese wall
Russia's cruiser "Poltava" and "Peresvet" lying under great Golden Hill forts, being sunk by Japanese shells -- Port Arthur
Six-in. naval gun in a Russian hilside battery, commander seated at left - Port Arthur
Small boats on shore and warships in harbor; in mid-distance a salvage boat next to a submerged boat, Port Arthur
Soldiers of the Russian empire passing through the gates of Mukden, Manchuria
Sunken warships, Port Arthur
Talking over European news -- Russians and Japanese after the surrender -- Port Arthur
The abandoned palace of Viceroy Alexieff, destroyed by Japanese shells - Port Arthur
The heroine of Port Arthur -- the only woman soldier, killed here a few hours later
The tartget of Russian guns -- Japanese vessel wrecked on rocks below Golden Hill -- Port Arthur
Victorious Japanese crossing the harbor to Tiger Tail -- after the surrender -- Port Arthur
Vladivostock [i.e. Vladisvostok] -- Allied troops
Wagons and bicycle stretchers used to transport injured Russian soldiers
Within a damaged Russian battery (Fort No. 3) just after a fierce assault -- Port Arthur
Wounded soldiers of the Czar -- convalescents at Marinsky Hospital during the siege, Port Arthur
A dead war monster--Russian battleship 'Peresviet' wrecked by Japanese shells, Port Arthur harbor
A destroyed Russian warship being salvaged by a smaller boat, Port Arthur
A western Red Cross female doctor and two Japanese women posed in a garden
Admiral Togo and other Japanese naval officers being greeted by government officials, during Togo's visit to Tokyo in Oct., 1905

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