Japan's Warrior Lords in 700 Years of Conflict
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|Format:||Hardback, 208 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 January 2009|
Beginning in the early days of Japanese history, this book traces the rise and fall of the warrior class over the space of a millennium, from the days of the birth of the Japanese nation through centuries of feudalism to the establishment of the western model of democracy in the late nineteenth century. Focusing on major battles fought by these warriors over a thousand years of Japanese history, the book covers the major engagements of the Heian period; the battles of the Kamakura bakufu and the Mongol invasions of Japan; the medieval period of divided Japan; the Warring State's period; Toyotomi Hideyoshi's two invasions of Korea; and the Meiji restoration and the Boshin War. Brilliantly illustrated with maps and period illustrations of the battles and people concerned, this book will inform and elucidate the complexities of Japanese history.
|Publisher: ||Chartwell Books|
|Dimensions: ||31.95 x 23.62 x 2.21 centimeters (1.28 kg)|