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The Battle of Port Arthur (Japanese: 旅順口海戦 Hepburn: Ryojunkō Kaisen) of 8–9 February 1904 marked the commencement of the Russo-Japanese War. It began with a surprise night attack by a squadron of Japanese destroyers on the neutral Russian fleet anchored at Port Arthur, Manchuria, and continued with an engagement the following morning; further skirmishing off Port Arthur would continue until May 1904. The attack ended inconclusively, though the war resulted in a decisive Japanese victory.

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  • Battle of Port Arthur
  • Battle of Port Arthur (naval)
  • Naval Battle of Port Arthur
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  • The Battle of Port Arthur (Japanese: 旅順口海戦 Hepburn: Ryojunkō Kaisen) of 8–9 February 1904 marked the commencement of the Russo-Japanese War. It began with a surprise night attack by a squadron of Japanese destroyers on the neutral Russian fleet anchored at Port Arthur, Manchuria, and continued with an engagement the following morning; further skirmishing off Port Arthur would continue until May 1904. The attack ended inconclusively, though the war resulted in a decisive Japanese victory.
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  • The Battle of Port Arthur (Japanese: 旅順口海戦 Hepburn: Ryojunkō Kaisen) of 8–9 February 1904 marked the commencement of the Russo-Japanese War. It began with a surprise night attack by a squadron of Japanese destroyers on the neutral Russian fleet anchored at Port Arthur, Manchuria, and continued with an engagement the following morning; further skirmishing off Port Arthur would continue until May 1904. The attack ended inconclusively, though the war resulted in a decisive Japanese victory.
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  • 90 men and slight damage
  • 90 killed and wounded
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  • Inconclusive
  • Inconclusive; seeOutcome section
  • Inconclusive;seeOutcome section
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  • 1 armoured cruiser
  • 7 battleships
  • 6 battleships
  • 7 pre-dreadnought battleships
  • 10 destroyers
  • 15 destroyers
  • 5 protected cruisers, with escorts
  • 6 pre-dreadnought battleships
  • 9 armoured cruisers
  • 5 protected cruisers
  • 20 torpedo boats
  • 1 armoured crusier
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