|Eithne Farry, Karen Hurrell and Jon Sutherland. Snapshots in Time. 100 Years of Change. |
North Vancouver: Whitecap Books, 1998.
An important sea battle in the Russo-Japanese war in April 1904. This was the first major battle in history between fleets of steel battleships, with fire being exchanged beginning at 8 miles, the longest distance at which ships had ever begun engagement to that point in time. The Japanese kicked Russian ass.