Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905

Map of country south of Harbin, to illustrate the campaign in Manchuria
Map of country south of Harbin, to illustrate the campaign in Manchuria
T.S.G.S. (Series) ; no. 2019. "Reproduced from Russian Staff Map 1904." "May 1905. "
Map of the world on Mercator's projection
Map of the world on Mercator's projection
Printed map. At head of sheet, "The Mail and Empire. New Home Library Wall Charts published exclusively for The Mail Printing Company, Toronto, Canada". At head of map, "The world, showing comparative time -- distances. U.S. possessions indicated by flags." Below map title, "Published by Geographical Publishing Co. Chicago". Building photograph at head of sheet has caption, "Home of the Mail and Empire". Flags of the world and royal arms surround the map. Canadian royal arms are framed and centred among the world emblems. Map with text on verso: Topographic relief map of the Russo-Japanese War Regions.
Topographic relief map of the Russo-Japanese War Regions
Topographic relief map of the Russo-Japanese War Regions
Printed map. Below map title, "Published by The Geographical Publishing Co. Chicago." Text surrounding the map has primary heading, "History of the Russian-Japanese War from the severance of all diplomatic relations, February 5, 1904". Wall map on recto: The world on Mercator's projection.