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Telegram from Jutaro Komura to Kogoro Takahira

Komura, Jutarō, 1855-1911
Jutaro Komura writes Baron Takahira to apprise him of developments regarding a Russian ship that has stayed in the Shanghai harbor past the 24-hour neutrality period.
Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), International relations, Russia, China--Shanghai
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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