Talk:Japan–Montenegro relations

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Montenegro was an ally of Russia in the Russo-Japanese war, declaring war on Japan in 1905. Volunteers from Montenegro were sent to fight in the Russian Army.[war 1] In the peace treaty following the war, Montenegro was excluded from the treaty and a state of war continued to exist between the two countries. In 2006 Japan recognized Montenegrin independence and declared the war being over.[war 2] A peace treaty was signed.[war 3] This ended the war that lasted 101 years, a war extended by diplomatic irregularity.
  1. ^ Armchair General blog, Montenegrian volunteers in the Russo-Japanese war, citing Dusan Martinovic Generals from Montenegro in russian army; Djuro Batricevic, Crnogorci u rusko-japanskom ratu (Montenegrins in the Russo-Japanese War); and A.V, Ganin. (2002). Черногорец на русской службе: Генерал Бакич (Montenegrian in Russian Service: General Bakic); retrieved 2011-05-11
  2. ^ "Montenegro, Japan End 100 Years' War," History News Network (US). citing World Peace Herald, June 16, 2006; retrieved 2011-05-11
  3. ^ Mental floss blog, "3. Japan, Russia and Montenegro (Various Lengths)"; retrieved 2011-05-11

Other supports may provide verification for each of these sentences. --Tenmei (talk) 23:33, 11 May 2011 (UTC)

These are books cited in one of the blogs above. --Tenmei (talk) 20:25, 12 May 2011 (UTC)


The legend shows Japan to be green and Montenegro orange while the map shows Montenegro to be green and Japan orange. I don't know how to change maps and such, so perhaps someone else can. Dylanvt (talk) 00:01, 14 January 2017 (UTC)

I tried to swap the colours in the legend itself but nothing changed in the preview, so I dropped it (didn't apply change). We need someone more experienced in editing Wikipedia. (talk) 09:46, 1 September 2018 (UTC)

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