First Sino-Japanese War
The First Sino-Japanese War (1 August 1894 – 17 April 1895) was fought between Qing dynasty China and Meiji Japan, primarily over control of Korea. After more than six months of unbroken successe...
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Imo Incident
The Imo Incident, also known as Imo mutiny, was a military revolt of some units of the Korean military in Seoul on July 23, 1882. "Imo" is 壬午 in Chinese/Japanese characters, and is 임오 in Korean.
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Gapsin Coup
The Gapsin Coup (Korean:갑신정변, 甲申政變), also known as the Gapsin Revolution (갑신혁명, 甲申革命) and Kapsin Incident, was a failed three-day coup d'état which started on 4 December 1884 in the late Joseon Dynast...
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Beiyang Army
The Beiyang Army (Pei-yang Army; simplified Chinese: 北洋军; traditional Chinese: 北洋軍; pinyin: Běiyáng Jūn; Wade–Giles: Pei-yang Chün; literally: "North Ocean Army") was a powerful, W...
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Beiyang Fleet
The Beiyang Fleet (Pei-yang Fleet; simplified Chinese: 北洋舰队; traditional Chinese: 北洋艦隊; pinyin: Běiyáng Jiànduì; Wade–Giles: Pei-yang Chien-tui; literally: "Northern Ocean Fleet", ...
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Battle of Pungdo
The Battle of Pungdo or Feng-tao (Japanese: Hoto-oki kaisen (豊島沖海戦)) was the first naval battle of the First Sino-Japanese War. It took place on 25 July 1894 offshore of Asan, Chungcheongnam-do Ko...
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Battle of Seonghwan
The Battle of Seonghwan (成歓の戦い) was the first major land battle of the First Sino-Japanese War. It took place on 29 July 1894 at Seonghwan, outside of Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do Korea between the forc...
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Battle of Pyongyang
The Battle or Siege of Pyongyang may refer to:
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Battle of the Yalu River (1894)
The Battle of the Yalu River (simplified Chinese: 黄海海战; traditional Chinese: 黃海海戰; pinyin: Huáng Hǎi Hǎizhàn; Japanese:Kōkai-kaisen (黃海海戰, lit. Naval Battle of the Yellow Sea)), w...
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Battle of Jiuliancheng
The Battle of Jiuliancheng (九連城之戰) was a land battle of the First Sino-Japanese War between the forces of Meiji Japan and Qing China. It is sometimes referred to as the Battle of the Yalu River (鴨緑江作戦...
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Battle of Lushunkou
The Battle of Lüshunkou (Chinese: 旅顺口之战; Japanese: Ryōjunkō-no-tatakai (旅順口の戦い)) was a land battle of the First Sino-Japanese War. It took place on 21 November 1894 in Lüshunkou, Manchuria (la...
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Port Arthur massacre (China)
The Port Arthur massacre occurred during the First Sino-Japanese War from 21 November 1894 for two or three days, when advanced elements of the First Division of the Japanese Second Army under command...
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Battle of Weihaiwei
The Battle of Weihaiwei (Japanese: Ikaiei-no-tatakai (威海衛の戦い) was a battle of the First Sino-Japanese War. It took place between 20 January and 12 February 1895 in Weihai, Shandong Province, China...
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Battle of Yingkou
The Battle of Yinkou (Japanese: Gyuso sakusen (牛莊作戦)) was a land battle of the First Sino-Japanese War between the forces of Meiji Japan and Qing China, fought outside the treaty port town of Ying...
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Pescadores Campaign (1895)
The Pescadores Campaign (23–26 March 1895) was the last military operation of the First Sino-Japanese War and an essential preliminary to the Japanese conquest of Taiwan.
As the First Sino-Japanes...
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Philo McGiffin
Philo Norton McGiffin (December 12/13, 1860-February 11, 1897) was a late 19th-century American naval officer later serving in Chinese service as a naval advisor during the First Sino-Japanese War. Al...
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Song Qing (general)
Song Qing (simplified Chinese: 宋庆; traditional Chinese: 宋慶; pinyin: Sòng Qìng; Wade–Giles: Sung Ch'ing) (1820–1902) was a Chinese general who served the Imperial government during the ...
Fujii Kōichi
Fujii Kōichi (藤井較一, 24 September 1858 – 9 July 1926) was an admiral in the early Imperial Japanese Navy.
Fujii was born as the eldest son of a samurai of the Okayama Domain in the present day ...
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Katsura Tarō
Prince Katsura Tarō (桂 太郎, January 4, 1848 – October 10, 1913), was a general in the Imperial Japanese Army, politician and three-time Prime Minister of Japan.
Katsura was born into a samurai ...
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Yamaji Motoharu
Viscount Yamaji Motoharu (山地 元治, 10 September 1841 – 3 October 1897), was a Japanese general in the early Imperial Japanese Army. .
Yamaji was born in Tosa Domain as the eldest son of a...
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Ogawa Mataji
Viscount Ogawa Mataji (小川又次, 22 August 1848 – 20 October 1909) was a general in the early Imperial Japanese Army. He was also the father-in-law of Field Marshal Gen Sugiyama.
Ogawa was born to...
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Republic of Formosa
The Republic of Formosa (literally Democratic State of Taiwan, also known informally in English as the Formosan Republic, Taiwan Republic or Republic of Taiwan) was a short-lived republic ...
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Ōdera Yasuzumi
Ōdera Yasuzumi (大寺安純, 9 March 1846 – 9 February 1895) was a general in the early Imperial Japanese Army, and the highest ranking casualty on the Japanese side in the First Sino-Japanese War....
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Johan Wilhelm Normann Munthe
Johann Wilhelm Normann Munthe (1864–1935) was born in Bergen, Norway. After a military education in the cavalry, he emigrated to China in 1886, and started working as a customs officer. He enlisted i...
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