Charles Victor-Thomas

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Charles Victor-Thomas (1871–1908) was a French military officer, a journalist and an author, known for his writing as a war correspondent during the Russo-Japanese War.

In 1904, Captain Victor-Thomas was permitted to Join General Kuroki's Japanese First Army. His own military background in the French army informed his perspective and his writing.[1] He was a reporter for Le Gaulois[2] and Le Temps,[3] both of which were published in Paris.

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Victor-Thomas's published writings encompass 3 works in 4 publications in 1 language and 16 library holdings.[4]

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