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Reasons for war[ change change source ] Russia wanted a warm-water Pacific Ocean port for trade and her navy. Japan wanted to expand her empire into Korea and China. Japan thought that when Russia completed her railway in she would be able to beat Japan in a war because she could supply large numbers of troops there.
To avoid war Japan would have to compromise with Russia, and Russia would get the better deal. Japan wanted a bigger share of Korea and China than she thought Russia would offer and decided to attack before the railway was complete and she still had a chance of doing well in a war with Russia.
The war started with a Japanese surprise attack on Port Arthur.
It continued with Japanese victories in Manchuria and elsewhere. The last major battle at Tsushima Strait destroyed the Russian navy. Peace treaty and aftermath[ change change source ] United States President Theodore Roosevelt helped Russia and Japan make peace after the war.
He won a Nobel Prize for this. Russia had to give up all influence in the Far East.
The Russian people were very angry at the government and at Tsar Nicholas II for not continuing the war because everyone was sure that Russia could have won. This is true because Japan was completely broke and she would have suffered an economic crisis after just a few more months of fighting.
Russia's army was also much stronger than Japan's and had very large reserves to replace the soldiers she lost, but Japan had no more men with military training to replace her losses and no money to give new men training. Five years later inJapan took over Korea.
The Russian defeat was one of the reasons for the Russian army's great improvement after and this improvement helped start the European arms-race that was a cause of World War I. The war also contributed to the Russian Revolution and Civil War in Wikimedia Commons has media related to Russo-Japanese War.Main causes of injury in food and drink manufacture.
Each year over injuries in food and drink manufacturing industries are reported to HSE, this represents about a quarter of all manufacturing injuries reported. The main causes of the Russian Revolution of were the poverty of the peasant class, the rise of the urban industrial class, the antiquated and oppressed military, a growing intellectual movement, and the inefficiency and autocracy of the Tsarist regime.
The main causes of Russian Policy toward the serfs is that t he Russian government wanted to conciliate the nobility and expand state control over peasants because they were so useful for the economy. Hope this answers your question.5/5(1).
However, it was not the main cause of the rebellion. The true causes of the revolution were economic and political and had been in existence before the Russo-Japanese War.
The Russian Civil War was a civil war fought from November until October between several groups in Russia. The main fighting was between the Red Army and the White Army. The Red Army was an army of communists. The White Army opposed the communists. Other forces fought against both these groups or sometimes helped one against the other.
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