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The Battle of Mukden.

A Triumph for Skill and Science.

Received April 24, 8.18 a.m. London, April 25 The "Times" Tokio correspondent bas supplied a graphic narrative of the battle of Mukden as seen by the Japanese, showing the unity of conception and extraordinary precision of independent movements, and the swift evolution of the various phases of daring strategy, based on a correot estimate of Kuropatkin's probable interpretation of each move. Even had the real movements been foreseen, the Japanese were prepared, on his left, to convert a partial feint into a main attack, which would surge over the denuded fortifications.

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The Battle of Mukden., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6554, 26 April 1905

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The Battle of Mukden. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6554, 26 April 1905

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