My experiences at Nan Shan and Port Arthur with the Fifth East Siberian Rifles.
by Tretyakov, Lieut.-General N. A.; Alford, A. C., transl. & Baker, F. Nolan, ed
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Hugh Rees. London. 1911. First English edition. xvi, 304pp. Photo frontis., 31 further plates, 2 trench plates, 6 folding maps. Original cloth, gilt. Bumped and rubbed to extremities. Occasional minor spotting.
Nikolai A. Tretyakov (1854-1917) Military Engineer and General in the Imperial Russian Army, commanding the Fifth East Siberian Rifles during the Battle of Nan Shan and the siege of Port Arthur. "Heroic".
August 4, 1904 - January 2, 1905, the siege of Port Arthur on the Liaodong Peninsular of Manchuria was the longest battle of the Russo-Japanese War.
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- My experiences at Nan Shan and Port Arthur with the Fifth East Siberian Rifles.
- Tretyakov, Lieut.-General N. A.; Alford, A. C., transl. & Baker, F. Nolan, ed
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- Military History, Russo-Japanese War, Russia, Japan
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