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Deutsch: „(Die) Soldaten des Kriegsschiffs Un’yō greifen das koreanische Fort Yeongjong an.“
English: Soldiers from the Un'yō attacking the Yeongjong castle on a Korean island.
日本語: 雲揚艦の兵士等韓島の永宗城を襲ふ。
(= Un’yō-kan no heishira Kantō no Eisō-jō o osou.)
한국어: 운요호의 병사들 한[반]도의 영종성을 습격
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English: A depiction of the Ganghwa Island incident, an armed encounter between the Joseon Dynasty of Korea and Japan in the vicinity of Ganghwa Island, showing Japanese marines from the gunboat Un'yō landing on Yeongjong Island on to attack the Yeongjong castle (actually a battery).
한국어: 운양호 사건. 일본 목판화.
Dato 1876
Teknik woodblock print.
Inskriptioner caption: "雲揚艦の兵士等韓島の永宗城を襲ふ" ("Soldiers from the Un'yō attacking the Yeongjong castle on a Korean island").
Kilde/Fotograf Kōichi Hagiwara () 図説 西郷隆盛と大久保利通 [Illustrated Life of Saigō Takamori and Okubo Toshimichi], Tokyo: 河出書房新社 [Kawade Shobō Shinsha] ISBN: 9784309760414.

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