Здравей, Регистрирай се в най- якият WoW фен форум и стани част от нашият екип Wink
KUKURUZ TV:
| Site | Vbox Group | Facebook | Vbox Profil | {NEW}
---




You are not connected. Please login or register

With the unsuccessful and bloody Russo-Japanese War (1904–1905)

Go down  Съобщение [Страница 1 от 1]

With the unsuccessful and bloody Russo-Japanese War (1904–1905) there was unrest in army reserve units. On January 2, 1905 Port Arthur was lost, and the Russian Baltic Fleet mauled at Tsushima; in February 1905, the Russian army was defeated at Mukden, losing almost 80,000 men in the process. Witte was dispatched to make peace, negotiating the Treaty of Portsmouth (signed 18 September [O.S. 5 September] 1905). In 1905, there were naval mutinies at Sevastopol (see Sevastopol Uprising), Vladivostok, and Kronstadt, peaking in June with the mutiny aboard the Battleship Potemkin — some sources claim over 2,000 sailors died in the restoration of order.[2] The mutinies were disorganised and quickly crushed. Despite these mutinies, the armed forces were largely apolitical and remained mostly loyal, if dissatisfied — and were widely used by the government to control the 1905 unrest.

cozinhas planejadas
louis vuitton uk

Вижте профила на потребителя

Върнете се в началото  Съобщение [Страница 1 от 1]

Права за този форум:
Не Можете да отговаряте на темите