Teddy Roosevelt, Buchanan points out, ended the Russo-Japanese War, and Woodrow Wilson came up with his famous 14 points.
Russia lost the 1904-05 Russo-Japanese War in the best Russian loser fashion at the naval battle of Tsushima.
President Theodore Roosevelt negotiated an end to the 1904-1905 Russo-Japanese War in 1906 after Japan won.
If it is successful, or even partially successful, it may produce the most grave results, as in the Russo-Japanese War.
Chekhov died in 1904, soon after the Russo-Japanese War had begun.
During the early part of the year 1905, the strain on the civilized world caused by the Russo-Japanese War became serious.
The Russo-Japanese War is one of those landmarks in human history whose significance increases with the lapse of time.
As to the progress of the Russo-Japanese War, we have yet to look for its authentic history.
Russia was diplomatically isolated and militarily beaten in the Russo-Japanese War.
In the Russo-Japanese War the sun was sometimes used as an aiming point.
Note: President Theodore Roosevelt of the United States was largely responsible for bringing the two sides together and working out a treaty. For his efforts, Roosevelt won the Nobel Prize for peace.