Correspondance des marchands de Kanish by Cécile Michel

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They strove, each in their own way, to meet the demands made on them, but the offensive spirit of the Cossacks disappeared with the first hostile bullet; whilst the initiative of the Japanese, which was inculcated in them, already in the first fight secured the victory and compelled the enemy to accommodate himself to the pro­ cedure of the Japanese. SITUATION AT THE TIME OF RENNENKAMPFS ACTIVITY. Sketch 3. Initial Situation on 7th May, 1904. R e ryf\ enkampf LvensTiarikuans lin gade o£Landwoh Cavalry ofthel^Army mrvwcuvnvLcuo IOth Japanese Division LoxLdon : Hugh Rees.

During the fight no further reconnaissance was attempted, so that after the fight the same uncertainty as regards the situation of the enemy existed as before. 7. Already the Japanese cavalry had shown that they were superior to the Cossacks in reconnaissance, in screening, and in dismounted action. (b) On the Japanese Side 1. The cavalry had conceived their task in quite a correct manner, for, being too weak to fight, they avoided it whenever possible, thereby attaining in the reconnaissance quite unexpected results.

In Saimatse a force of 1 battalion, 7 sotnias, 8 guns, 3 ammunition waggons, and the Red Cross detachment stood ready to march; in Aiyumon at the same time the 3 Ussuri sotnias. Up to this time no further news concerning the enemy was received from the two Cossacks' troops and the group at Aiyumon. For the defence of Saimatse Colonel Wolkow remained behind with 2 battalions, 6 guns, and 7 sotnias; he had orders to hold the fortified post west of Saimatse in the event of a hostile attack. m. to occupy the Kantshuling Pass.

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