1910 Atlas of the Sino-Japanese War (25 rare folding maps) - Geographicus - SinoJapanese-japan-1910
This is a rarely seen Japanese atlas created in the early 1900s to illustrate the first Sino-Japanese War. The First Sino-Japanese War (1 August 1894 – 17 April 1895) was fought between Qing Dynasty China and Meiji Japan over the control of Korea and Taiwan (Formosa). This rarely seen atlas contains 25 maps illustrating various parts of Korea, Shandong and Taiwan. Maps are highly detailed offering both political and topographical information. These maps describe many of the War’s most important battles and battlefields. Only for of these maps are detailed above, these are (1) Korea & East Asia, (11) Pyongyang, (24) Taiwan North, and (25) Taiwan South. The complete map list includes: 1. KOREA & EAST ASIA 2. SOUTH BOUND EXPEDITION FORCE (KOREA) 3. BATTLE FILED NEAR CHEN HUANG (KOREA) 4. BATTLE FIELDS IN KOREA, MANCHURIA AND SHANDONG 5 - 9. BATTLE FILED IN PYONGYANG (DIFFERENT TIME & DATE) 10. MANCHURIA SOUTH 11. PYONGYANG 12. BATTLEFIELD IN HU SHAN (KOREA, NORTH) 13. BATTLEFIELD IN PHOENIX CITY (MANCHURIA) 14. SOUTH TIP OF MANCHURIA (POR ARTHUR) 15. BATTLEFIELD OF PORT ARTHUR 16. LIAO RIVER PLAIN (MANCHURIA) 17. BATTLEFIELD OF GAI PING (MANCHURIA) 18 - 19 BATTLEFIELD OF HAI CHEN (MANCHURIA) 20. BATTLEFIELD OF MT. TAI PING (MANCHURIA) 21. BATTLEFIELD OF TIEN TA CHUANG (MANCHURIA) 22. SHANDONG PENINSULA 23. WEIHAWEI NAVY HARBOR (SHANDONG) 24. TAIWAN NORTH 25. TAIWAN SOUTH Maps vary in size but most are quite large and all fold into their original gray linen binder. All text in Japanese.