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Russian Army – Infantry on guard

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1. Russian troops engaged behind defences attempt to repel the Japanese assault. The Battle of Motien Pass ended with a Russian withdrawal following Japanese flanking forces threatened to encircle the Russian Army. 


Source. ‘A Study of Strategy and Tactics of The Russo-Japanese War, 1904’ Lt Col Kearsey DSO OBE psc, The Naval & Military Press, 2019.  


RUSSIAN ARMY ORDER OF BATTLE 1904

Battalion

Squadron

Guns

Engr Coy

First Siberian Army (Southern Group)

1st East Siberian Rifle Division

12

-

32

-

9th East Siberian Rifle Division

11

-

24

-

Corps Cavalry

-

19

-

-

Corps Artillery

-

-

12

-

Corps Engineers

-

-

-

3

Third Siberian Army (Eastern Group)

3rd East Siberian Rifle Division

12

-

-

-

6th East Siberian Rifle Division

12

-

-

1

Cavalry

-

23

-

-

Horse Artillery

-

-

14

-

Machine Guns

-

-

8

-

Second Siberian and Seventeenth European Army (Army Reserve)

5th East Siberian Rifle Division

8

-

24

-

1st Siberian Division

17

4

34

-

31st Infantry Division

8

12

24

-

35th Infantry Division

8

-

22

-

Kuantung Peninsula

4th East Siberian Rifle Division

12

-

32

-

7th East Siberian Rifle Division

12

-

30

-

Attached to 7th Div:

7

1

4

3

Heavy Guns and howitzers (8.3inch and over)

-

-

148

-

Light QF and Field Guns

-

-

311

-

Port Arthur

Naval Squadron

10 Coy

-

-

-

Town Guard

12 Coy

Mtd Coy

-

-