Some of her officers had, indeed, taken part in the Battle of the Yalu.
The sky was now entirely covered, and a biting wind swept down through the valley of the Yalu.
In 1903, it was announced that a Russian company had obtained a timber concession on the Yalu River.
Shiragi, he declared, would abide by his oath, "till the river Yalu flowed backward and sands rose to sky and became stars."
He knew, before his wits left him, that the objective of the Guards was the Yalu.
From this nerveless, forsaken Korean land I rode down upon the sandy islands of the Yalu.
This battle of the Yalu gave Japan command of the sea, but Ito continued to act with great caution.
The Han, watering the central provinces of the country, and the Yalu in the north, are the two principal ones.
Instead of that they advanced themselves, beat a small Russian army at the Yalu, and pressed on.
They were wild raiders, on occasion crossing the Yalu in great masses and over-running northern Cho-Sen like locusts.