A Lvshunkou, half a step in modern Chinese history
Lushun is located at the southernmost tip of Liaodong Peninsula, facing the Yellow Sea to the east, the Bohai Sea to the west, and the Shandong Peninsula across the sea. A Lushun mouth, half of the modern history of China, Lushun mouth is also considered to be the first fortress in the far East. As a natural ice-free port, Lushun has attracted the attention of great powers like wolves. The first Qing government built forts here as a place for the maintenance of the Beiyang Fleet, and Japan seized Lushun in the Sino-Japanese War. In 1895, the ties between Japan and tsarist Russia ended when tsarist Russia joined Germany and France to force Japan to "return" the Jiaodong Peninsula.
2. Russian troops have sufficient storage materials in Lushun
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