Chapman, John W.M.
- Admiral Sir John Fisher (1841-1920) and Japan, 1894-1904
- Admiral Sir Martyn Jerram (1858-1933)
- Captain (later Admiral Sir) W.C. Pakenham RN (1861-1933) and the Russo-Japanese War
This portrait consdiers how Admiral Sir John Fisher's (1841-1920) role in Anglo-Japanese naval relations played into a larger theatre of war and diplomacy in Europe and the far East.
Sir Thomas Henry Martyn Jerram's (1858-1933) proximity to the China Station shortly before the outbreak of the First World War marks him out as a significant figure in Anglo-Japanese relations.
This essay recounts Captain W.C. Pakenham RN's (1861-1933) role in supporting Japanese naval efforts during the Russo-Japanese war.