What is Port Arthur?

  • (noun): A major port city in northeastern China; part of the conurbation of Luda.
    Synonyms: Lushun
    See also — Additional definitions below

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List Of Trolleybus Systems In Canada - Ontario
1947 26 March 1973 Ottawa Transportation Commission Ottawa 15 December 27 ... June 1959 Port Arthur Transit Port Arthur 1970 ... see Thunder Bay ... Thunder Bay Transit Thunder Bay 15 December 16 ... July 1972 Fort William and Port Arthur merged to form Thunder Bay from 31 December 1969 ...
Shikishima Class Battleship - Ships
... They participated in the Battle of Port Arthur on 9 February 1904 when Admiral Tōgō Heihachirō led the 1st Fleet in an attack on the Russian ships of the Pacific Squadron anchored just ... of the 1st Division, they turned back for Port Arthur and the battleship Petropavlovsk struck a minefield laid by the Japanese the previous night ... Kasagi, and the dispatch boat Tatsuta put to sea to relieve the Japanese blockading force off Port Arthur ...
Port Arthur, Duluth And Western Railway
... The Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Railway (PADW) is a defunct Canadian railway that operated in Northwestern Ontario ... The line originated at Port Arthur in the east, ran through Fort William and onward to the Canada-United States border ...
Lakeview, Port Arthur, Texas - Education
... Lakeview is within the Port Arthur Independent School District. ...
List Of Sunken Battleships - List of Sunken Battleships - Expended As Targets - Hizen - Previously Retvizan
... She was present at the Battle of Port Arthur where she was torpedoed by Japanese destroyers, ran aground and later repaired ... damage during the Battle of the Yellow Sea, she became trapped in Port Arthur and sunk at her moorings by Japanese army artillery on 6 December 1904, during the Siege of Port Arthur ...

More definitions of "Port Arthur":

  • (noun): A battle in the Chino-Japanese war (1894); Japanese captured the port and fortifications from the Chinese.

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