Our army attacks from sky, water and shore and other prints from the The Illustration of the Siberian War by Shobido & Co, Tokyo, 1919

In a largely forgotten incident, the western powers and Japan sent armies to support White Russian forces who were fighting Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War. Japan dispatched 70,000 troops to Vladivostok in 1918 and pushed as far as Lake Baikal, occupying most of far-eastern Russia until 1922.

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