Definition of Chino-japanese war
1. Noun. A war between China and Japan (1894 and 1895) over the control of the Korean Peninsula; China was overwhelmingly defeated at Port Arthur.
Generic synonyms: War, Warfare
Geographical relationships: Manchuria, Dae-han-min-gook, Han-gook, Korea, Korean Peninsula
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Literary usage of Chino-japanese war
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1. International Law Applied to the Russo-Japanese War: With the Decisions of by Sakuyé Takahashi (1908)
"... 1894, which expressly disapproved the Organisation of a volunteer company. The following is from Dr. Ariga's work on the Chino- Japanese War:1 ..."
2. The History of Europe from 1862 to 1914: From the Accession of Bismarck to by Lucius Hudson Holt, Alexander Wheeler Chilton (1917)
"The situation was arrived at through the Chino- Japanese War of 1894-1895. * The struggle between the two Oriental powers centered in the question of ..."
3. Japan and World Peace by Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami (1919)
"... of the Yellow Peril—General von Bernhardi on Japan and China—German intrigue against Japan at the end of the Chino- Japanese war—Germany responsible for ..."
4. The Secret Memoirs of Count Tadasu Hayashi, G. C. V. O.. by Tadasu Hayashi, Andrew Melville Pooley (1915)
"Ill The Chino-Japanese War BY the Treaty of 1885, known as the Tientsin Convention, signed by Li Hung-Chang and Count Ito, the relative positions of China ..."
5. The Chinese System of Public Education by Ping-wên Kuo (1915)
"Effect of the Chino-Japanese War upon Educational Reform The disastrous war with Japan (1894—1895) and the general foreign aggression which followed it, ..."