The LASTING FLORY [sic] Of The NOGI ARMY. Russo-Japanese War, Nogi Maresuke, 1849 - 1912.
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The LASTING FLORY [sic] Of The NOGI ARMY.

(n. p.): (n. d.). Ca 1914. Unpaginated, though 118 pages, with text in English & Japanese. Illustrated, with 11 b& w image from photographs & 25 color illustrations. 8-3/4" x 11-3/4". Scrapbook style binding of gold silk moire boards, with purple cord ties. AEG. General binding wear, with spine cloth becoming detached at base. Dampstain along board upper edges. An About VG copy. Item #30271

An eye-witness pictorial record, by this unknown author & soldier, of Nogi's 1904 assualt on Port Arthur on the southern tip of Liaodong Peninsula, Manchuria. Evidently quite rare, as we find no copies listed on OCLC, nor in the British Library.

Price: $950.00

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