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PUB. DATE
April 1910
SOURCE
America;4/2/1910, Vol. 2 Issue 25, p675
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author reflects on the statistics published by the Japanese Government about the Russo-Japanese War. It mentions that during the war, Russia mobilized 1,375,000 troop and Japan 1,200,000. The author argues that the immense loss to industry, caused by the temporary withdrawal of those troops from peaceful pursuits, may well make for the preservation of European peace and recourse to diplomatic understanding.
ACCESSION #
35360324

 

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