By Jukichi Inouye
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Book Information: Inouye, Jukichi. A Concise background of the warfare among Japan and China. Indiana: Repressed Publishing LLC, 2012.
Original Publishing: Inouye, Jukichi. A Concise historical past of the battle among Japan and China. Osaka: Z. Mayekawa, 1895.
Subject: Chinese-Japanese conflict, 1894-1895
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Officer, All among was then quiet At 6 o'clock, the Japanese left wing opened but the Chinese did not respond until the Japanese had fired fourteen or fifteen rounds. Then began the fight in earnest. The two wings attacked the Chinese at the same two hours. for fire ; The Japanese charged with a shout upon the enemy, The Chinese charge effected a new lodgement. 30, that is, after an towards Asan. began time. and each hour and stored. a It come half, was over the battle that appears to defend Chinese the ; and was Nieh had quiet General re- at this outpost at Songhwan with 1,000 but the Japanese army had left Yongsan, that troops hearing over 1,500 more troops had been brought from Asan under first ; Yeh on General They had the 27th and 28th.
To hold Wonsan). Infantry, VI Regiment. Cavalry, III Battalion I company. Main Division. a. -Colonel Shibata. XXII Regiment (less a battalion). Infantry. Artillery, b. II Battalion. -Colonel Tomoyasu. XII Regiment (less a battalion). Infantry, Cavalry, V Battalion, Engineers, V Battalion (less a company). Staff and II Company (less a sub- company). Ambulance Corps. There were a company of the Nakdong to Regiment at Regiment, Infantry, telegraphs, a company a company of the XII Chemulpo, guard the a small detachment of the to XXI XII guard the depots of supplies.
Judge of our surprise then when, half-way to Corea, a number of the Wojen ships suddenly appeared and taking advantage of our unpreparedness opened fire on the sea-coast near Asan, and damaged them, thus causing us to suffer from their treacherous conduct which could not be foretold by us. As Japan has violat- upon our transports at a spot ed the treaties and not observed international laws, and is now running rampant with her false and treacherous actions, com- mencing hostilities herself, and laying herself open to condemnation by the various Powers at large, we therefore desire to make it known to the world that we have always -followed an ancient and familiar Chinese term for Japanese.
A Concise history of the war between Japan and China (1895) by Jukichi Inouye