From Mukden southward the line is owned and worked by China.
From An-tung to Mukden is only 200 miles, but the journey takes two whole days.
They came together again under the fortress walls of Mukden.
It was thus that in 1621 Nurhachu was in a position to advance upon Mukden.
To-day it has been decided to hold Yinkow, but, unfortunately, to move the troops out of Mukden.
They can settle that affair at Mukden, or Holoyahoo, or any old place.
Here in Mukden nearly all these towers have been taken down, but large portions of the old city walls remain.
The Russians were still busy entrenching themselves in and south of Mukden, the ancient Manchurian capital.
First we have to go back to Mukden, and then a somewhat shorter journey to the last Japanese station.
Now in the twentieth century at Mukden the White Race supremacy was again challenged.