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вот прошло 4е года форуму - вроде добавилась масса литературы, вроде обговорили всё по третьему кругу... между тем что было и что стало "дистанция огромного размера"(C) ... но чем больше мы узнаём тем больше вопросов у нас есть...

поэтому спрошу - о чём хотелось бы узнать больше, если бы появилась книга про РЯВ или цикл статей?...

- документы (совершенно секретно, перед прочтением сжечь)
- повреждения
- редкие фото
- вахтенные журналы(про то как смыло волной пеньковый трос и чем всё кончилось)

что интересует сейчас людей? конкретно...

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подкинули список лит-ры мне:

1. ALLAN, James.
Under the Dragon Flag. My Experiences in the Chino-Japanese War. London,
William Heinemann. 1898. 122p. 8vo., decorative cloth.
2. ALLEN, Willis Boyd.
The North Pacific. A Story of the Russo-Japanese War. New York, E.P. Dutton &
Co., 1910. 325p. With a frontispiece and illustrations. 8vo., decorative cloth.
3. [Anonymous]
Descriptive and Historical Sketch of Port Arthur. Dairen, Manshu Nichinichi
Shinbunsha. 1910. 43p. With 12 photos and a folding map of Port Arthur.
12mo., wrappers.
4. ASAKAWA,K.
The Russo-Japanese Conflict. Its Causes and Issues. With an introduction by
Frederick Wells Williams. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and Co.
1904. 383p. With numerous illustrations. 8vo., cloth, t.e.g. Spine rubbed.
5. ASTON, George.
Sea, Land, and Air Strategy. A Comparison. London, John Murray. 1914.
x.308p. With maps and diagrams. 8vo., cloth.
6. AUSTIN, Herbert H.
A Scamper through the Far East, including a Visit Manchurian Battlefields.
London, Edward Arnold. 1909. xvi, 336. With many illustrations and 2 maps.
Med.8vo., decorative cloth. Upper spine torn.
7. AZOY,A.C.M.
SIGNAL 250! The Sea Fight Off Santiago. Frontispiece, chapter ornaments,
and endpapers by the author. New York, n.d. xii, 207. 8vo., cloth. Dust jacket.
8. BALLARD, G.A.
The Influence of the Sea on the Political History of Japan. New York,
E.P.Dutton & Co., 1921.xix, 311p. With a folding map. 8vo., cloth. Spine torn.
Ex Library.
9. BARRY, Richard.
Port Arthur. A Monster Heroism.New York, Moffat,Yard & Co., 1905.
With many illustrations from photographs taken on the field by the Author.
344p. 8vo., half cloth, repaired. Ex Library.
10. BEHMANN, M.Th.S.
Hinter den Kulissen des mandschurischen Kriegstheaters. Berlin,
Schwetschke und Sohn, 1905. 368p. 8vo., decorative cloth.
11. BELL, Gertrude Lowthia.
Syria. The Desert & the Sown. New York, E.P.Dutton and Co. 1907.xvi,347p.
With frontispiece in colour by John Sargent and many illustrations and a
holding map. Med.8vo., cloth. Ex Library.
12. BERNHARDI, Friedrich von.
On War of Today. Translated by Karl von Donat. With a new introduction
for Garland Edition by Thumbull Higgins. 2 vols. New York and London,
Garland Publishing Inc. 1972. Vol.1. xvi, 396. with 21 sketches. Vol.2. xii,
462p. with 11 sketches. Med.8vo., buckram. Ex Library.
13. BEVERIDGE, Albert J.
The Russian Advance. New York and London, Harper & Brothers. 1904.
486p. With 2 maps. Med.8vo., cloth.
14. BIGELOW, John.
Reminiscences of the Santiago Campaign. New York and London, Harper &
Brothers, 1899. vii, 188p. With a folding map. 8vo., decorative cloth.
15. BIRD, W.D.
Lectures on the Strategy of the Russo-Japanese War. London, Hugh Rees.
1909. 100p. With 11 maps.(1 map missing). 8vo., cloth.
16. BLUM,Ron.
The Siege at Port Arthur. The Russo-Japanese War through the Stereoscope.
Adelaide, Ron Blum. 1987. 103p. With 73 photos and its stereographs.
Sm.4to., boards. With Stereo Viewer.
17. BRAISTED, Williams.(U.S. Navy, Surgeon.).
Report on the Japanese Naval Medical and Sanitary Features of the
Russo-Japanese War to the Surgeon-General, U.S. Navy. Tokyo, July 15,1905.
Washington, GPO. 1906. 82p. With a portrait of Baron Y.Saneyoshi in
frontispiece and numerous illustrations and 3 folding charts.
Bound with:
SPEAR, Raymond.(U.S. Navy, Surgeon.).
Reports on the Russian Medical and Sanitary Features of the
Russo-Japanese War to the Surgeon-General, U.S.Navy. Washington, July
1,1906. Washington, GPO. 1906. 84p. With a portrait of a Russian Princes
Nurse and numerous illustrations.
Med.8vo., cloth-backed repaired. Marble boards. Ex Library.
18. BRERETON, F.S.
A Soldier of Japan. A Tale of the Russo-Japanese War.
Illustrated by Stanley L.Wood. London, Blackie and Son.Ltd. 1906.350p.
(Lacks an illustration of frontispiece.). 8vo., decorative cloth. Rubbed.
19. BRITISH ADMIRALTY INTELLIGENCE DEPARTMENT.
The Russo-Japanese War. 1904-1905. Reports from Naval AttachОs.
Nashville, Battery Press, 2003. x, 443p. Limited edition to 400 copies.
Wi h a CD-ROM.
t20. BROOKE, Lord.
An Eye-Witness in Manchuria. London, Eveleigh Nash. 1905. viii,312p.
Med.8vo., cloth. Upper spine rubbed.
21. BRUNKER, H.M.E.
Story of the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-05. From the Outbreak of Hostilitles to
the 24th August 1904. London, Forster Groom & CO. 1909. 141p. With 7 folding
maps.8vo., half calf., t.e.g.
22. BURLEIGH, Benner.
Empire of the East, or Japan and Russia at War, 1904-5. London, Chapman &
Hall, 1905. xii, 458p. With portrait of Tsar and Mikado in the frontispiece
and many illustrations and 6 folding maps. Med.8vo., cloth.
23. CASSELL’S History of the Russo-Japanese War.
Illustrated. Special edition. 5 vols. London et al, Cassell and Co., [1904].
viii, 288; viii, 288; viii,288; viii,262; viii,264. With huge numbers of photos,
illustrations coloured plates and maps. Small 4to., original cloth,
decorative spines.
24. CASSELL’S History of the Russo-Japanese war.
Illustrated. 3 vols. London et al, [1904-1905]. xv,576; xv,560; viii,264.
With large numbers of photos, illustrations and maps. 4to., original
decorative cloth.
25. CLEMENT, Ernest W.
A Handbook of Modern Japan. With new map, made especially for the book, and
over sixty illustrations from photographs. 4th edition.Boston, BayView Reading
Club. 1904. xiv, 403p. 8vo., cloth.Spines repaired. Ex Library.
26. CLYDE, Paul Hibbert.
International Rivalries in Manchuria. Second edition revised. Columbus,
Ohio State University Press. 1928. xv, 323p. With a folding map. 8vo., cloth.
27. COHEN, Naomi W.
Jacob H.Schiff. A Study of American Jewish Leadership. Hanover and London,
Brandeis University Press, 1999. xiv, 320. With a portrait in frontispiece.
Med.8vo., cloth. Dust jacket.
28. CONWAY’S
All the World’s Fighting Ships 1860-1905. Edited by Robert Gardiner and
others. New York, Conway Maritime Press Ltd. 1979. 440p.With profuse
illustrations. Folio, leatherette. Dust jacket.
29. COWEN, Thomas.
The Russo-Japanese War. From the Outbreak of Hostilities to the Battle of
Liaoyang. London, Edward Arnold. 1904. xi,343p. With many illustrations,
maps (foldings) and plans. Roy.8vo., decorative cloth. Spine slightly rubbed.
30. DAVELUY, RenО.
The Genius of Naval Warfare. Translated by Philip R. Alger. 2 vols. Annapolis,
United States Naval Institute.
I. Strategy. Second edition of a Study of Naval Strategy. 1910. 298p.8vo.,cloth.
Front cover discoloured.
II. Tactics. Second edition of a Study of Naval Combat. 1911.104p. 8vo., cloth.
31. DAVELUY, RenО.
La Lutte pour l’Empire de la mer. ExposО et Critique. Seconde edition.
Paris, Augustin Challamel. 1906. 231p. With 27 text figures and 3 folding maps.
Med.8vo., half calf, marble boards.
32. DAVELUY, RenО.
Studie Яber die See-Strategie. Auf Veranlassung der Redaktion der
Marine-Rundschau Яbersetzt von Ferdinand Lavaud. Berlin, Boll und Pickardt,
1907. 477p. Med.8vo., wrappers.
33. DAVIS, Richard Harding.
Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis. Edited by Charles Belmont
Davis. New York, Charles Scribners Sons, 1917. viii, 417.With a portrait of
R.H.Davis in fronpispiece and illustrations. 8vo., cloth.
34. DENNETT, Tyler.
Roosevelt and the Russo-Japanese War. A critical study of American policy in
Eastern Asia in 1902-5, based primarily upon the private papers of Theodore
Roosevelt. Gloucester, Peter Smith. 1959. xi, 357p. 8vo., cloth.
35. DIPLOMATICUS. (K. Zilliacus)
Can the Tories Win the Peace? And How they lost the last one.
London, Victor Gollancz Ltd. 1945. 103p. 8vo., cloth.
36. OVCHINNIKOV, A. G.
Pamyati Nachal’nika Vostochinago Otryada Grafa O.E. Kellera. Ekaterinoslav,
1903. 29p. With illustrations. 8vo., wrappers.
37.[EMERY]
The War in the Far East, 1904-1905. By the Military Cprrespondent of
The Times. (Dedicated to His Imperor of Japan). New York, E.P.Dutton and
Co. 1905. xvi, 656p. With numerous folding maps and plans by Percy Fisher and
a portrait of the Emperor Nicholas II in frontispiece and 11 portraits.
38. Epitome of the Russo-Japanese War.
War Department. Office of the Chief of Staff. Second(Military Information)
Division. General Staff. No.11. July 1,1907. Washington, GPO.1907. 175p.
With 14 folding maps. Med.8vo., half calf.
39.ESTORFF VON
Taktische Lehren aus dem Russisch-Japanischen Feldkriege im Lichte unserer
neuesten Vorschriften. Berlin, Ernst Siegfried Mittler und Sohn. 1909.
vi, 74p. With 4 illustrations and 2 folding maps. Roy.8vo., wrappers.
Ex Library.
40.EVERETT, Marshall.
Exciting Experiences in the Japanese-Russian War. Including a Complete
History of Japan, Russia, China and Korea. Relation of the United States to
the Other Nations. Cause of the Conflict. Henry Neil, 1904. 542p. With
numerous illustrations. Roy.8vo., cloth.
41.FALK, Edwin A.
Togo and the Rise of Japanese Sea Power. With a foreword by Bradley A.
Fiske. London, Longmans, Green and Co. 1937.x.508p. With a portrait of
Admiral Togo in frontispiece and illustrations and charts. Med.8vo., cloth.
Spine rubbed.
A Short Account of the Russo-Japanese War for Examination Purposes,
With a foreword by Sir Horace Smith-Sorrien. London, Forster Groom & Co.,
1925. xiv,88p. With 2 folding maps. 8vo., wrappers.
43.FRASER, David.
A Modern Campaign or War and Wireless Telegraphy in the Far East.
London, Methuen & Co., 1905. 356p. With 20 illustrations and 4 maps.
8vo., cloth.
44.FRITH, Henry.
In the Yellow Sea. A Tale of the Japanese War. London, Griffith Farren
Browne & Co. 1898.viii,311p. With 8 illustrations. 8vo., decorative cloth.

45.GERMAN OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.
The Russo-Japanese War. The Battle of Liao-Yan. Prepared in the Historical
Section of the German General Staff. Authorised translation by Karl von
Donat. London, Hugh Rees, 1909. xvi, 221p. With ten appendices and ten
maps (in the pocket). 8vo., decorative cloth.
46.GERMAN OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.
The Russo-Japanese War. The Ya-Lu. Prepared in the Historical Section of
the German General Staff. Authorised translation by Karl von Donat.
London, Hugh Rees, 1908. xv, 258p. With nine appendices and six maps
(in the pocket). 8vo., decorative cloth. Upper spine slightly torn.
47.GERMAN OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR.
The Battle of the Scha-Ho. Prepared in the Historical Section of the
German General Staff. Authorised translation by Karl von Donat.
London, Hugh Rees, 1910. xix,432p. with appendices 16-18.
(Lacks 11 maps and appendices 1-15.). 8vo., decorative cloth.
48.GLOSSOP, Reginald.
Sunshine and Battle-Smoke. Reminiscences of a War Correspondent.
London, A Brown & Sons, Ltd., 1907. x,196p. With a portrait of author in
frontispiece and 10 illustrations. Author’s presentation copy. 8vo., cloth.
49.GOREN, Arthur A.
New York Jews and the Quest for Community. The Kehillah Experiment,
1908-1922. New York, Columbia University Press, 1970. x,361p. Med.8vo.,
cloth.Dust jacket.
50. [GRANT, R.]
Before Port Arthur in a Destroyer.
The Personal Diary of a Japanese Naval Officer. Translated from the Spanish
edtion by Captain R.Grant. London, John Murray, 1907. 243p. With 12
illustrations and a map. 8vo., cloth. ••pine repaired.
51.GREW, E. Sharpe.
War in the Far East. A History of the Russo-Japanese Struggle.
6 vols. London, Virtue and Co., no date. 1,440p. With numerouls
illustrations and 6 colored maps. 4to., decorative cloth.
52.GULICK, Sidney Lewis.
The White Peril in the Far East. An Interpretation of the Significance
of the Russo-Japanese War. New York, Fleming H.Revell Co. 1905.
190 p.( lacks last page 191). 8vo., cloth.
53.HALSTEAD, Murat.
The War between Russia and Japan, containing Thrilling Accounts of Fierce
Battles by Sea and Land. Washington, D.C. 1904. xvii, 656p. With illustrations
of many fine phototype engraving. Roy.8vo., decorative cloth.
54.HAMILTON, Ian.
A Staff Officer’s Scrap-Book during the Russo-Japanese War. 2 vols. London,
1905-07. Vol.1. x, 362p. With portrait of Sir Hamilton and General Kodama
in frontispiece, many illustrations, and 16 maps and sketches ( foldings ).
Vol.2. xi, 387. With portrait of Major-General Fujii in frontispiece, many
illustrations, and 26 maps and sketches ( foldings ). Med.8vo., buckram.
55. HAMLEY, Edward Bruce.
The Operations of War. Explained and illustrated. New editon.
Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood and Sons. 1909. xx, 425p.
With 18 maps (12 foldings and 6 in pocket.). Small 4to., cloth.
56.HARE, James H. (Edited and arranged by)
A Photographic Record of the Russo-Japanese War. With photographs
By Victor K. Bulla, Robert L. Dunn, James F. J. Archibald, Richard Barry,
Ashmead Bartlett, James Ricalton. Together with an Account of the Battle
of the Sea of Japan by Captain A.T.Mahan,U.S.N., Retired. New York, P.F.
Collier & Son. 1905. 256p. With profuse photographic illustrations. Oblong
Folio. Cloth-backed, boards, worn. Inside waterstained, but not affected
to illustrations.
57.HARPER, Theodore Acland.
Kubrik the Outlaw. In collaboration with Winifred Harper. Illustrated
by Edna Reindel. New York, the Sun Dial Press, 1928. viii,292p. With a
frontispiece. 8vo., cloth.
58.HARPER, Theodore Acland.
Siberian Gold. In collaboration with Winefred Harper. New York, Doubleday.
1933. 335p. 8vo., decorative cloth.
59.HAWES, Charles H.
In the Uttermost East. Being an Account of Investigations among the Native
and Russian Convicts of the Island of Sakhalin, with Notes of Travel in Korea,
Siberia, and Manchuria. Second edition. London and New York, Harper and
Brothers, 1904. xxviii, 478. With a frontispiece, photographs, illustrations and a
folding map.Med.8vo.,cloth. Spine sunned.
60.HERSHEY, Amos.
The International Law and Diplomacy of the Russo-Japanese War.
New York, Macmillan, 1906.xii,394. Presentation copy from the author,
with his personal card tipped on front endpaper. Med.8vo., cloth.
61.HOSHINO, Kota.
The Mission of Japan and the Russo-Japanese War. Yokohama, the
Fukuin Printing Col. 1904. 105p. With folding map and a frontispiece.
Narrow 12mo.,decorative cloth.
62.HOUGH, Richard.
The Fleet that had to die. New York, Ballantine Books. 1958. 159p. Sm.8vo.,
wrappers.
[1905. The story of the Battle of Tsu Shima, when the warships of Russia
and Japan met in the most decisive sea engagement of all times]
63.IRELAND, Alleyne.
The New Korea. New York, E.P.Dutton & Co.1926. xii, 352p. With a folding
map. 8vo., cloth. Ex library.

64.Illustrated Descriptive Historical MILITARY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Price List CATALOGUE. Francis Bannerman Sons.
New York, January 1931.
War Weapons, Antique and Modern-Cannon, Pistols, Muskets, Rifles, Saddles,
Uniforms, Cartridges. 355p. Wrappers. Pages yellowed and some pages tear.
[Catalogue of famous firm, first military surplus store, which supplied not
only collectors but also the Japanese Army during the Russo-Japanese
War.]
65.JAMES, David H.
The Siege of Port Arthur. Records of an Eye-Witness. London, T.Fisher Unwin.
1905. xii, 308p. With maps and plans and 17 illustrations. Portrais of General
Nogi and Admiral Togo in frontispiece.Med.8vo., cloth.
66.JAMES, Lionel.
Times of Stress. London, John Murray. 1929. 320p. With a portrait of Dr.
Morrison of Pekin, the Former Correspondent of The Times, and his No.1
Boy, and 6 illustrations. Med.8vo., cloth.
67.JANE, Fred T.
The Imperial Russian Navy. Second and revised edition. London, Conway
Maritime Press Ltd. 1983. (First published in 1899. This is reprint edition
of fully revised edition published in 1904.). 735p. With numerous illustrations.
Sm.4to., buckram. Dust jacket.
68.JANE, Fred. T.
Heresies of Sea Power. London, Longmans, Green, and Co., 1906. ix, 341p.
With maps and illustrations. Med.8vo., cloth.
69.KVI••KA, A.
Journal d’un Cosaque du TransbaХkal. Guerre Russo-Japonaise 1904-1905.
Paris, Plon. 1908. 403p. With 160 photos, illustrations and a folding map.
4to., half calf, marble board. Upper and lower spines stained. Ex Library.
70.KLADO, N.
The Russian Navy in the Russo-Japanese War. Translated from the French
By L.J.H.Dickinson. London, Hurst and Blackett, 1903. vii, 281p. With a
portrait of the author and 4 illustrations. 8vo., cloth.
(Lacks 1 page and 1 illustration.)
71.KOBAYASHI, Ushisaburo.
War and Armament Taxes of Japan. New York, Oxford University Press.
1923. xiv, 255p. Imp.8vo., quarter cloth. Ex Library.
72. KUROPATKIN, A.
Rechenschaftsbericht an den Zaren Яber den Russisch-Japanischen Krieg bis
zu den Mukdener KКmpfen einschliesslich. Berlin, Risels Deutsche Centrale
fЯr MilitКrwissenschaft, 1909. xxiv, 371p.Med.8vo., decorative cloth.
73.KUROPATKIN, General.
The Russian Army and the Japanese War, being Historical and Critical
Comments on the Military Policy and Power of Russia and on the Campaign
In the Far East. Translated by Captain A.B.Lindsay. Edited by E.D.Swinton.
2 vols. London, John Murray. 1909. xxxi, 309; vii, 348.With maps(1 map in
pocket), a portraits of Kuropatkin in frontispiece and many portraits. Med.
8vo., decorative cloth., t.e.g.
74.LAWRENCE,T.J.
War and Neutrality in the Far East. Second edition,
enlarged.London, Macmillam and Co., 1904. xiii,301p. 8vo., cloth.
75.LESLIE’S WEEKLY, Illustrated.
At the Front with the Army and Navy. A Pictorial History of the Civil and
Subsequent Wars as Seen by the Correspondent of LESLIE’S WEEKLY.
New York, Leslie-Judge Co.,1912. Folio, cloth.
Includes 40 photos of “ The War Between Japan and Russia.“ in 8 pages.
76.LIGNITZ, von.
Der Japanisch-Russische Krieg. I-IV teil. 2 vols. Berlin, Verlag der Vossischen
Buchhandlung. 1911. with 32 maps and numerous illustrations.Roy.8vo., half
calf. Marble board. Ex Library.
77.LLOYD,E.M.
A Review of the History of Infantry. London, Longman, Green, and Co.
1908. xi, 303p. Med.8vo., cloth.
78.MAHAN, Alfred Thayer.
Letters and Papers of Alfred Thayer Mahan. Edited by Robert Seager II
and Doris D.Maguire. 3 vols. Annapolis, Naval Institute Press. 1975.
Vol.1; 1847-1889. xvii, 718p. Vol.2; 1890-1901. xiii, 745p. Vol.3; 1902-1914.
xiii, 873p. With portraits of author in frontispiece of each vols. Sm.4to.,
buckram. In book case. .
79.MAKAROFF, S.J.
Discussion of Questions in Naval Tactics. Translated from the Russian
by John B.Bernadou. Navy Department. Notes on Naval Progress. April,
1898. Washington, GPO., 1898. 188p. With 28 illustrations (foldings).
Med.8vo., wrappers.
80.MARTYNOW, E.J.
Die Ursachen der russischen Niederlagen. Berlin, Verlag von Karl
Siegismund, 1907. 127p. 8vo., cloth.
81.MAXWELL, William.
From the Yalu to Port Arthur. A Personal Record. London, Hutchinson & Co.
1906. xvi, 407p. With portrait of author in frontispiece, 33 illustrations
and 3 maps. Med.8vo., cloth. Small part of title page torn.
82.MCCULLAGH, Francis.
With the Cossacks. Being the Story of an Irishman who rode with the
Cossaks throughout the Russo-Japanese War. London, Eveleigh Nash.
1906. 392p. With several illustrations. Roy.8vo., cloth. Slightly sunned.
83.MCCULLY, Newton A.
The McCully Report. The Russo-Japanese War, 1904-05. Edited by Richard
A.von Doenhoff. Annapolis, Naval Institute Press.1977.xiii, 338. 8vo., cloth.
Lacks front endpaper. Ex Library.
84.McKENZIE, Frederick Arthur.
From Tokyo to Tifles. Uncensored Letters from the War. London, Hurst and
Blackett, Ltd. 1905. x,340.p. With many illustrations and a folding map.
Med.8vo., cloth. Upper spine rubbed.
85.MELSCHIN,L.
Sibirische Sklaven. ErzКhlung Яbersetzt von Sonja Wermer umschlag
Von Berthold LЪffler. Wien, Wiener Verlag, 1904. 84p.
Bound with:
TAN. Durch die Mandschrei. Wien. Wiener Verlag. 1904.95p.
( Bibliothek BerЯhmter Autoren 12. Bd.23 and 24 ). Sm.8vo., cloth.
86.MILLER, J. Martin.
Thrilling Stories of the Russian-Japanese War. A Vivid Panorama of Land
and Naval Battles. A Realistic Description of Twentieth Century Warfare.
With an introduction by General Nelson A Miles. No place, 1904. 432p.
With portraits of author and General Miles, nearly 100 illustrations ans a
map (tears). Sm.4to., decorative cloth, rubbed.
87.MITCHELL, S.C.
The Phases of Progress toward Peace. Baltimore, Maryland Peace Society,
1912. 18p. 8vo., wrappers.
88.MUNROE, Kirk.
For the Mikado. A Japanese Middy in Action. New York and London,
Harper & Brothers, 1905. 270p. With illustrations. 8vo., decorative cloth.
89.NAKAMURA, Kaju.
Prince Ito. The Man and Statesman. A Brief History of His Life.
New York, Japanese-American Commercial Weekly and Anraku
Publishing Co. 1910.xvi, 114. With illustrations in frontispiece.
Sm.8vo., cloth.
90.NГGRIER, General de.
Lessons of the Russo-Japanese War. Translated by E. Louis Spiers. London,
Hugh Rees,Ltd. 1906. 88p. With a folded map. 8vo., cloth.
91.NЕRREGAARD, B.W.
Die Belagerung von Port Athur. Autorisierte. Vom Verfasser burchgesehene
Жbersetzung von Walther Schmidt. Leipzig, Theodor Weicher, 1906. vi, 226p.
With a portrait of General Nogi in frontispiece, 25 illustrations, many
figures,folding plates. Med.8vo., half cloth.
92.NORREGAARD,B.W.
The Great Siege. The Investment and Fall of Port Athur.
London, Methuen & Co. 1906. x,308p. With General Nogi’s portrait in
frontispiece and numerous illustrations,6 folding maps and plates.
Roy.8vo., cloth.
93.O. [LIONEL, James]
The Yellow War. 2nd Impression. London, William Blackwood, 1905. vi,302p.
With a frontispiece. 8vo., decorative cloth.
94.OETTINGEN, Elizabeth von.
Unter dem Roten Kreuz im Russisch-Japanischen Kriege. Leipzig, Verlag
von Wilhem Weicher. 1905. 247p. With numerous illustrations. 8vo., cloth.
Ex library.
95.OGAWA, Gotaro.
Conscription System in Japan. New York, Oxford University Press. 1921.
xiii, 245. Imp.8vo., cloth-backed,boards. Ex library.
96.ONO, Giichi.
Expenditures of the Sino-Japanese War. New York, Oxford University Press.
1922. xv,330. Imp.8vo., cloth-backed, boards. Ex Library, stamps on edges.
97.ONO, Giichi.
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98.OSSENDOWSKI, Ferdinand.
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100. PALMER, Frederick.
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... R> & Co.1913.xii, 260p. With many illustrations. 8vo., cloth.
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And with:
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147. STRANG, Herbert.
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- документы (совершенно секретно, перед прочтением сжечь)
- повреждения
- редкие фото
- вахтенные журналы(про то как смыло волной пеньковый трос и чем всё кончилось)

что интересует сейчас людей? конкретно...



Это самое, хотя все зависит от конкретной работы.
Иногда, сухой текст документа без обработки проливает свет на многие - почему, а иногда, только анализ этих документов помогает понять ход развития событий.
Фотки вообще на многие вопросы дают однозначные ответы. Лить их для пухлости-накачки объема издания - глупость, которая у нас практикуется на каждом шагу.
Фотография - иллюстрация факта - для этого ее и надо приводить.



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подкинули список лит-ры мне:

Да-а... Тот еще винигрет:-). Многое вообще неизвестно. Много и "левизны". В любом случае - спасибо, интересный список.

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что интересует сейчас людей? конкретно...



В первую очередь -
1. повреждения японских кораблей
2. методы управления артиллерийским огнем,
3. методика подготовки до войны (подготовка комендоров, организация "сражений").
4. Абсолютно темное место - борьба за живучесть (см. Асама и Касаги при Цусиме).

Вот 4 названия для статей:-)

По п.1 конечно же, фотки, схемы, описалова.

И по всем пунктам - документы (инструкции, рапорты) в первую очередь.
Документ он документ и есть:-) Сочнее документа книжки не бывает...

Но это так, мечты:-)

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Офигенный список! Спасибо большое, хоть буду знать, что искать.

А что, планируется продолжение серии "Белые пятна войны", да ещё по заявкам пользователей? Правда "серия" это я громко сказал - пока только одну книгу видел - Деревянко - в основном о снабжении и организации манчжурской армии и устройстве разведки/контрразведки.

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Деревянко - в основном о снабжении и организации манчжурской армии и устройстве разведки/контрразведки.


Точнее о структуре и функциях органов Военного министерства и Главного штаба и их практической деятельности по подготовке армии к войне и в ходе самой РЯВ, причем по всем закрепленным за аппаратом министерства и штаба направлениям. Очень интересная и познавательная книга, основанная на архивных источниках. По существу это опубликованная диссертация Деревянко - я так понял, - с добавлением к ней ранее публиковавшихся им же материалов по деятельности русской дальней и ближней разведки в РЯВ.

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ссылка на сообщение  Отправлено: 24.12.06 13:23. Заголовок: Re:


У меня 2 книги -1 ."Руско-японската война 1904-5г" изд.1906 ГНЩ на Бъгарската армия--сухопутные операции
2. "Цушима" изд около 1935г от коковото немца надо посмотреть

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ссылка на сообщение  Отправлено: 03.10.08 12:08. Заголовок: книжечки, конечно. Е..


книжечки, конечно. Ежели все прочитано и, надеюсь, систематизировано - пора и нас, грешных, монографией порадовать - там на докторскую. С уважением

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