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. He was a reporter for Le Gaulois and Le Temps, both of which were published in Paris.
Victor-Thomas's published writings encompass 3 works in 4 publications in 1 language and 16 library holdings.
- 1905 — Trois mois avec Kuroki. Notes d'un correspondant de guerre français attaché à la lre armée japonaise. Paris: A. Challamel. OCLC 077102298
- 1902 — Amériques & Américains. Paris: A. Challamel. OCLC 003105987
- McKenzie, Frederick. (1905). From Tokyo to Tiflis: Uncensored Letters from the War, p. 114-115., p. 114, at Google Books
- Victor-Thomas, Charles. (1906). Trois mois avec Kuroki, p. vi.
- McKensie, p. 115.
- WorldCat Identities Archived December 30, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.: Victor-Thomas, Charles 1871-1908
- McKenzie, Fred Arthur. (1905). From Tokyo to Tiflis: Uncensored Letters from the War. London: Hurst and Blackett. OCLC 150535265
- Sisemore, James D. (2003). Sisemore, James D. (2003). "The Russo-Japanese War, Lessons Not Learned." U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.
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