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Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905
In the late 19th century, European powers sought to gain control of east Asia. Because of the superior power of the westerners, East Asia was quickly dominated by European imperialism. As European powers claimed pieces of Asia for themselves, there emerged a Asian power which attempted to mimic the imperialist movement. Japan was the first Asian power to borrow western war technology to expand its sphere of influence. As a result, Japan eventually came into conflict with Russia over the control of Korea, Manchuria, Mongolia, and China. The Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905 was significa…
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