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Sengoku Period
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The Sengoku period (1467-1573) started with and continued after the Onin War. The Sengoku period is described to be what historians call a century and a half of civil war in japan which started in the middle 15th to the early 17th centuries. The sengoku period started during the 14th century when chaos spread throughout japan, this was because the power of the Ashikaga shogunate had almost declined completely and the shugo (governors chosen by the Shogun to supervise one…...
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Differences Between Knights And Samurai
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Many people often see little similarity between the country of Japan and Europe. However, there are actually several similarities between these two countries. In fact, Reischauer and Jansen note that Feudal Japan had departed so far from East Asian norms that it was more similar to medieval Europe than it was to China. Thus, the knight of Europe and the samurai of Japan despite a lack of contact with one another shared several common elements. This was a result of…...
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Blue Fingers
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Blue Fingers is a historical fiction book written by Cheryl Aylward Whitesel. This book is written in a third person omniscient point of view. The author uses words like “he” and “she” to show that the book isn’t written in a first person point of view. In this book, Cheryl Aylward Whitesel tells the story of Koji, a poor farmboy. Koji has a twin named Taro who easily outdoes Koji at everything. But then one day Koji’s life changes forever.…...
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guadalcanal
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August 7, 1942, ?°Large force of ships, unknown number or types, entering the sound.What can they be??±Tapped a Japanese radio operator, stationed on the island of Tulagi, neighboring Guadalcanal.This was the beginning of a pivotal battle at Guadalcanal, which would lead to the road to Tokyo and victory.The battle that lasted over six months presented U.S. troops with the obstacles of nature and the Japanese.These were overcome, but at a considerable cost.The Japanese fought with tactics foreign to American soldiers,…...
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HU 210 directors
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APWH Chapter 11- East Asian Rimlands
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The four Japanese islands are C. Shikoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido, and Honshu In regard to the environment of Japan, it can be said that B. it has a temperate climate. Which of the following is true of the Japanese islands? D. Its location in regard to the Asian and Pacific tectonic plates causes it to be subjected to violent earthquakes Japan's people D. are the result of a mixture of peoples from various parts of Asia and beyond The Japanese creation…...
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Matsu the Samurai
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The Samurai’s Garden Stephen was sent from China to Japan to recover from tuberculosis. He goes and stays in the small town of Tarumi with his family’s servant Matsu. During his stay with Matsu, Stephen discovers that there is more to Matsu than meets the eyes. Throughout the story, Stephen begins to see Matsu showing characteristics of a Samurai. One of the first characteristics we see in Matsu is his loyalty to Stephen’s family. Matsu’s parents had served Stephen’s grandfather…...
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