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Japanese Army

Uniforms of the Japanese Army, 1914. The European war rapidly extended to Germany's colonies, including the concession of Kiautschau and city of Tsingtao in China, taken by Japanese and British forces in November 1914.

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Guerre Européenne 1914
Armée Japonaise
Général major (grande tenue)
Maréchal (grande tenue)
Lieutenant général (petite tenue)
Cavalerie de ligne
Train des équipages (Officier)
Soldat de la Garde
Infanterie
Troupes coloniales
Pionnier
Artillerie
Intendant
Médecin
Cadet
Musique militaire

Déposé J.C 8-9

European War 1914 
Japanese Army 
Major General (full dress) 
Marshal (full dress) 
Lieutenant General (service dress) 
Cavalry of the line 
Train Crew (Officer) 
Soldier of the Guard 
infantry 
colonial troops 
pioneer 
artillery 
quartermaster 
medical 
cadet 
military music 

Filed J.C 8-9

Uniforms of the Japanese Army, 1914. The European war rapidly extended to Germany's colonies, including the concession of Kiautschau and city of Tsingtao in China, taken by Japanese and British forces in November 1914.

Image text

Guerre Européenne 1914

Armée Japonaise

Général major (grande tenue)

Maréchal (grande tenue)

Lieutenant général (petite tenue)

Cavalerie de ligne

Train des équipages (Officier)

Soldat de la Garde

Infanterie

Troupes coloniales

Pionnier

Artillerie

Intendant

Médecin

Cadet

Musique militaire



Déposé J.C 8-9



European War 1914

Japanese Army

Major General (full dress)

Marshal (full dress)

Lieutenant General (service dress)

Cavalry of the line

Train Crew (Officer)

Soldier of the Guard

infantry

colonial troops

pioneer

artillery

quartermaster

medical

cadet

military music



Filed J.C 8-9

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The Japanese Army