Oyama and Marino just celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary.
Oyama's victories were ripening in the brain of this modern Attila for ten long years.
Ito might have led the Japanese armies to defeat—Oyama led them to victory.
To the west, standing straight up in the sky, as it seemed, loomed the pile of Oyama mountain.
We must put a little more real estate between us and Oyama's front before we get down to terra firma.
Even last year--the Oyama--he told about her three days ahead.
Oyama's men, meanwhile, prepared themselves as best they might for a winter campaign.
At great risk Oyama resolved to divide his army, and attempt a flanking movement, which proved successful.
I could imagine the forecastle filled with the desperate men who had beaten off the Oyama.
The sidewalk looked like a Russian camp in Oyama's line of march.