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What were they fighting over in the Russo-Japanese War?

  Korea (Port Arthur, although not part of Korea, was close enough to it). Russia wanted ice-free seaports and Japan didn't want Russia so close to it's borders; to quote (MORE)

What were Major battles of the russo Japanese war?

  There were more than these, but these were amongst the most infamous: The Battle of Muken, the largest land battle in history until WWI; the Siege of Port Arthur; the Ba (MORE)

Who won the Russo-Japanese War?

Japan won the majority of battles on land and sea, but the Japanese had 47,152 lives lost while the Russians only lost 25,331 lives lost. No one really won the war, Theodore R (MORE)

How did Japan win the Russo-Japanese War?

Actually, Japan came fairly close to losing the war against Russia; Japan was running out of money, and was nearly bankrupted by the war. Russia, on the other hand was "just w (MORE)

How did imperialism lead to Russo-Japanese War?

Imperialism was extpanding in East Asia.. Sooner or later that  expansion was going to run into someone else's border line. When it  did with Russia and Japan it resulted in (MORE)

Why was Russo-Japanese War so surprising?

The Russo-Japanese War had a suprising outcome because Russia had once been a formitable power, and Japan hadn't gotten very much attention as far as being a country of wartim (MORE)

The russo-japenese war of 1904-1905 resulted in the?

The launching of the battleship HMS Dreadnought in 1906, which resulted in a new naval arms race in America and Europe, which in turn led directly into World War One in 1914.
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What were the problems with the Russo-Japanese war?

For the Russians their battlefleets had to travel 18,000 miles one way just to get there. Their armies had to march or railroad a long distance to get to the front. Transporta (MORE)