IJN Cruiser Aso, Ex-Russian Bayan.
Stern of IJN Yashima in England in 1897.
Russian cruiser “Gromoboi", in the Baltic, after major repairs, 1911.
Battleship Retvizan in Port Arthur.
Rossia was an armored cruiser of the Imperial Russian Navy built
in the 1890s. She was designed as a long-range commerce raider and
served as such during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–05.
Battleship Poltava, Tango, Chesma.
After sinking in Port Arthur, salvaged by the Japanese Navy, later sold back to Russian during World War One.
The launching of the cruiser 1st rank “Aurora”. Saint-Petersburg. The Russian Empire. May 11, 1900.
Russian Battleship Retvizan
Varyag was built in the United States by William Cramp & Sons of Philadelphia for the Imperial Russian Navy. It was stationed in Korea in 1904, and involved in the Russo-Japanese War. After suffering heavy damage from the unequal battle with nine Japanese cruisers, Varyag was scuttled by its crew in 1904.
After the Russo-Japanese War, the Japanese raised the badly damaged wreck, repaired it, and commissioned it into the Imperial Japanese Navy as the cruiser Soya in 1907
Asama (浅間) was the lead ship of her class of armored cruisers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) in the late 1890s.