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Waga suirai kuchikukan Asagiri Hayadori rokan shugeki no zu (The Japanese Torpedo-Destroyers, the Asagiri and Hayadori, attacking the Russian Men-of War) / Nichiro sento jikkyo (The real illustration of the Japano-Russian war)
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- Waga suirai kuchikukan Asagiri Hayadori rokan shugeki no zu (The Japanese Torpedo-Destroyers, the Asagiri and Hayadori, attacking the Russian Men-of War)
- Nichiro sento jikkyo (The real illustration of the Japano-Russian war)
Colour lithograph. No.3. Japanese torpedo boats in a snowstorm. Inscribed.
- 1904 (7/3/1904)
- Published in: Tokyo-to
- Height: 40 centimetres
- Width: 54.6 centimetres
Inscription Commentinscribed with titles
- Associated Event: Russo-Japanese War
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Object reference number: JCF8830
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