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Russia's Intentions.

No Indemnity to be Paid, Will Wear Japan Out by a "Passive" War. ! Received June 7, 1.20 a.m. London, June 6 Count Cassini has stated that, if Linievitch is defeated, Russia will not pay tha indemnity, but will withdraw her army to hsr own frontier and maintain a passive war, hoping to weaken and compel Japan to make terms. It is denied that the Japanese intended to execute Rozjestvenski aboard the Bildovy. They determined to commit harikari if Rozjestvenaki was recaptured.

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Russia's Intentions., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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Russia's Intentions. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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