Sengoku Jidai

Facebook Twitter
How to manage this template's visibility Use {{People of the Sengoku period |collapsed}} to show this template in its collapsed (hidden) state.Use {{People of the Sengoku period |expanded}} to show this template in its expanded (fully visible) state.Use {{People of the Sengoku period |autocollapse}} to show this template in its collapsed (hidden) state only if there is another template of the same type on the page.collapsed has been set as the default state. Template:People of the Sengoku period Template:People of the Sengoku period
Template:Tokugawa chronology (Japan) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia How to manage this template's visibility Use {{Tokugawa chronology (Japan) |state=collapsed}} to show this template in its collapsed (hidden) state.Use {{Tokugawa chronology (Japan) |state=expanded}} to show this template in its expanded (fully visible) state.Use {{Tokugawa chronology (Japan) |state=autocollapse}} to show this template in its collapsed (hidden) state only if there is another template of the same type on the page.Unless set otherwise (see state parameter within the template's code), autocollapse is the default state. Template:Tokugawa chronology (Japan)
Main Page - SamuraiWiki Mission Statement The Samurai Archives Wiki project is an attempt to create the most concise and detailed database of pre-20th century Japanese history on the internet. Although the SamuraiWiki is hosted on the Samurai Archives, this is a general resource intended for everyone interested in Japanese history. This wiki is in no way affiliated with Wikipedia. Main Page - SamuraiWiki
Welt der Samurai - Vorwort Welt der Samurai - Vorwort Die "WELT DER SAMURAI", jetzt auch als e-Book Vorwort Das mittelalterliche Japan war von gnadenlosen Machtkämpfen und blutigen Familienfehden geprägt.
Mongol invasions of Japan The Mongol invasions of Japan (元寇, Genkō?) of 1274 and 1281 were major military efforts undertaken by Kublai Khan to conquer the Japanese islands after the submission of Goryeo (Korea) to vassaldom. Despite their ultimate failure, the invasion attempts are of macrohistorical importance because they set a limit on Mongol expansion and rank as nation-defining events in Japanese history. Mongol invasions of Japan
Scrolls of the Mongol Invasions of Japan
Period