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How was russo-japanese war significant?

  1. Planted the seed for the Japanese Imperial Navy that would ulitmately fight WW2.   2. Removed Russia from Europe's naval arms race, which enabled Germany to concen

How did the Russo-Japanese war cause the Russian Revolution?

  The war didn't cause the Russian Revolutions; there were two Russian Revolutions in the early 20th century: the 1905 Revolution which was not successful & the 1917 Bolsh

How did the russo Japanese war cause the Russian revolution?

  Russia's government was shaken by the 1905 Revolutions and Bloody Sunday which were partly caused by the Russo-Jap war. The citizens of Russia were unhappy with their co

How did the russo-Japanese war affect the Russian revolution?

The russo-Japanese war lead to a huniliating defeat for russia. Alexander III wanted the pubilc to supportthe war effort but they would only do this if they were winning. duri

What was the significance of the Russo-Japanese War?

The war damaged the Czar's prestige, and contributed to the instability that led to revolution in 1905, and more importantly to the Bolshevik revolution during World War I, th

Significance of russo-japanese war?

One particular battle: Battle of Tsushima (sometimes referred to as the Battle of the Japan Sea) fought on 27 May 1905. This battle, which had British naval officers (observer

What was significant about Russo-Japanese War?

It marked the first major victory of Imperial Japan against an industrial power and also showed the weakening strength of the Russian Empire. This marked Japan entrance into t

What were the Japanese and Russians fighting for in the russo Japanese war?

Warm water seaports. Russia wanted ice-free seaports for it's growing navy, that particular region of Asia had those ports. Japan didn't want Russia so close to Japan, and the

What best descibes Russians defeat in the in the russo-japanese war?

The Russian army was gaining strength during the land war phase, and had the war continued much longer, the Russians may very well had won the war. However: The Russian navy w

How did the russo-Japanese war convince Russians to support their revolution?

The war wasn't going to well for the Russians, which was a reflection on the Russian society as a whole. Another words the poverty, corruption, and low morale on the front lin

The Russians lost the Russo-Japanese War because?

Russians officially didn't lose the Russo-Japanese War, I believe  it ended with a truce, but they lost key battles in both the sea  and land. Their Baltic Fleet which was t

Why did the Russians lose the Russo-Japanese War?

In truth, just plain bad luck. However, if the Russians would've stuck to it (and Japan knew this by the way, that's why they had Teddy Roosevelt broker a settlement quickly)

Did Russians won any battle in russo-Japanese war?

Imperial Russian Navy (IRN) cruisers sailing out of Vladivostok were extremely successful while conducting raids in the Sea of Japan. They sank transports loaded with desperat

Why did the Russians lose the Russo Japanese War?

Three reasons, basically: hubris, incompetence and supply lines. Tsar Nicholas II, a weak leader at the best of times, was persuaded by bureaucrats that "a short victorious w

What cause Russians lost the Russo-Japanese War because?

Russians officially didn't lose the Russo-Japanese War, I believe it ended with a truce, but they lost key battles in both the sea and land. Their Baltic Fleet which was toute