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Sino-Japan Naval War 1894-1895 (Maritime (MMP Books)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 24. Juli 2014

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Wer sich für die japanische Marinegeschichte interessiert kommt an diesem Buch einfach nicht vorbei. Detailliert und klar verständlich werden die Probleme, Techniken und Taktiken beider Seiten dargelegt. Dabei wird neutral geschrieben und die Personen gut dargestellt. Da über diesen Krieg in Europa nur sehr wenig bekannt ist, er aber die Basisi für den raschen Aufstieg Japans zur Seemacht - und auch zum Sieg in russisch-japanischen Krieg 9 Jahre später - darstellte, sollte der geschichtlich Interessierte an diesem Buch nicht vorbeigehen.
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HASH(0x92b7a8ac) von 5 Sternen Another great book by Olender 25. Oktober 2014
Von shipster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Sino-Japanese Naval War 1894-1895 by Piotr Olender; 225 pages; 24 chapters; many photographs; tables of the characteristics of the ships of both fleets and side view drawings
Although the title says naval War this book is about the whole of the Sino-Japanese war with emphasis on the naval aspects. It starts with a synopsis of the socio-political-military histories of China and Japan for the 30 years prior to the war and then gives the immediate causes for the war and finally discusses the war itself.
The development, organization, personnel, and capabilities of both fleets are given. While the Japanese fleet was well led and aggressive, the Chinese fleet was severely hampered by rivalries between their admirals, by government corruption, and by a reliance on defense as a strategy. Ultimately it was the defeat of the Chinese navy that allowed Japan to transport the troops and supplies that won the war in China.
Despite a few spelling and grammatical errors this is a well written book on an obscure part of naval history. There are maps of the various sea and land battles and numerous period photos of the ships and the battles. I would recommend this book to those who are interested in naval history and look forward to Piotr Olender’s next book
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HASH(0x931c0bc4) von 5 Sternen Detailed, Illustrated book of a little known war. 12. Dezember 2014
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At the end of the nineteenth century Japan was beginning to set the patterns that it would follow for about fifty years. It was about this time that the Japanese system of government was being formed with an emperor (a God) was nominally in charge but which was ruled by a military dictatorship that itself became split into two main factions, the Army and the Navy. By 1894, Japan was ready to expand, and to expand by taking over their neighbors lands.

A war, little known in the western world broke out between China (population 400 million) and Japan (45 million). The nominal reason for the war was Japans desire to take over Korea. Most of the fighting took place between the navies of the two countries, with the Japanese fleet being significantly better in terms of ships, training and leadership. The land battles were equally one sided, in one battle the Chinese lost about 1,500 men, while the Japanese losses were maybe 300. At the conclusion of the war, Korea as declared to be independent and Japan took over Taiwan (Formosa).

The book as the title suggests is primarily about the Naval actions. It is profusely illustrated with probably close to 300 photographs (I didn't actually count them) and detailed drawings of several of the ships.
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HASH(0x93e04db0) von 5 Sternen Catch the Japanese Navy in its combat infancy and view lots of interesting photos of naval vessels in transition. 27. Mai 2015
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I ran across this book by accident, looking for anything that might throw light on the current Chinese and Japanese disputes over islands such as the Paracels and Pescadores. This book has a little on the latter.

The war is obscure but important in sending Japan on its imperial career. The results turned Taiwan in a Japanese possession, Korea into a Japanese puppet and set up some of the conditions for the war with Russia in Manchuria. The strength of the book is a large number of photos of Chinese and Japanese naval vessels, including one of Chinese naval junks (before the development of a fairly formidable Chinese navy). The photos show naval vessels in transition in propulsion, weapons and construction. One aspect I found fascinating is small ships with one really big gun such as a rather small Chinese gunboat with a single 279 mm gun.

Olender describes how both countries emerged from archaic systems to attempt modernization. His discussion of these is quite good. His description of the actual campaigns and naval battles (there are land battles in Korea, Manchuria and China) can be a bit muddled, although it may be my inability to figure out battle diagrams. The Chinese did poorly but still rather better than I had remembered reading about. Among other things that struck me is fighting around Port Arthur, which the Russians and Japanese would contest a few years later in a much larger war. His analysis includes financing, infrastructure (such as drydocks), crew training. There are also a good many charts with detail about many ships, including variously name, armament, commander, type and so on. Specialists might find this of interest.
HASH(0x92ad1858) von 5 Sternen Highly detailed, thoroughly Illustrated Study of an Important, but Neglected War 1. September 2015
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Piotr Olender has produced a thorough study of the naval aspects of an overlooked conflict that played an important role in shaping modern China. Some forty years before China and Japan entered into a cataclysmic war that led directly to Pearl Harbor, the government in Tokyo made its ambitions on the Asian continent clear when it challenged the Qing Dynasty. Although Imperial China had purchased western built warships of the latest design and enlisted western instructors, her efforts at modernization could not compare with the revolution that Japan was undergoing, a revolution that produced a fully westernized naval (and military) force. As such, the outcome of the war at sea was pre-ordained. Olender provides an extensively researched, fully illustrated study of clash at sea, including a detailed description of each of the warships of the opposing sides. A timely study of the early history of a nation that is currently seeking to become a major naval power.
HASH(0x92c5b588) von 5 Sternen great for naval historians and readers who love naval history 1. Februar 2015
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Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I'm not certain why I purchased the book. The title must have caught my attention because the subject just didn't jump out and grab my mind. Having said that, the book is well researched and illustrated with both photos from the period and well drawn charts of engagements.

This is one of those coffee table top sized books that only naval historians and readers who love naval history will enjoy.
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