Russo-Japanese War Russo-Japanese War 10 April 2004 At the turn of the century, Russia was the largest state in Europe, both in terms of population and earth area. It also had a powerful army and navy, which in extension to its vast territory made it almost unthinkable for each nation to attempt to wage a war against it. wherefore then had Russia not only been defeated, but suffered tremendous and remaining casualties compared to the Japanese in the Russo-Japanese War? This loss, which later had dire consequences for the Russian empire, occurred because of inadequate preparation, poor leadership, and simply bad luck which plagued the Russian military forces in the Pacific.
Prior to the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railroad, Russia held a beat inferior to that of China in the Far East, its efforts characterized by haphazard measures of colonization, unstable means of communication and passive diplomacy.<<1 Malozemoff, Andrew. Russian Far Eastern Polic...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: Orderessay
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