Sekigahara 1600: The final struggle for power (Campaign, by Anthony J. Bryant

By Anthony J. Bryant

Osprey's crusade identify for Sekigahara (1600), which was once the main decisive conflict in jap historical past. Fought opposed to the ritualised and vibrant backdrop of Samurai lifestyles, it used to be the end result of a long-standing strength fight among Tokugawa Ieyasu and Hashiba Hideyoshi, of the main strong males in Japan. Armies of the 2 facets met at the undeniable of Sekigahara on 21 October 1600, in thick fog and deep dust. via the tip of the day 40,000 heads have been taken and Ieyasu used to be grasp of Japan. inside of 3 years the Emperor may provide him the name he sought – Shogun. This name describes the crusade major as much as this nice conflict and examines Sekigahara, together with the forces and personalities of the 2 significant facets and that of the turncoat Kobayakawa Hideaki.

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