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La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam.

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam.

Samurai with No-Dachi swords

Samurai with No-Dachi swords

Japanese troops ambushed by poisonous snakes

Japanese troops ambushed by poisonous snakes

Samurai commanders

Samurai commanders

Takemata Hirotsuna at Hachimanbara, 1561

Takemata Hirotsuna at Hachimanbara, 1561

godos - Buscar con Google

godos - Buscar con Google

The Battle of Anegawa by Stephen Turnbull (University of Leeds) Oda Nobunaga is one of the greatest generals samurai Japan has ever produced. His most famous victory is Nagashino (1575), where he demonstrated his rivals expertise in the use of firearms on a large scale, but five years ago achieved an equally important victory against the combined forces of the Asai and Asakura family, got in the shallow waters of the river from which it takes its name, the Anegawa.

The Battle of Anegawa by Stephen Turnbull (University of Leeds) Oda Nobunaga is one of the greatest generals samurai Japan has ever produced. His most famous victory is Nagashino (1575), where he demonstrated his rivals expertise in the use of firearms on a large scale, but five years ago achieved an equally important victory against the combined forces of the Asai and Asakura family, got in the shallow waters of the river from which it takes its name, the Anegawa.

For centuries, the fragmented city-states of Khitai bickered like crows picking at a corpse, each maintaining that it represented the fallen Khari empire. Periodically, a powerful ruler rose and united some of the city-states, and the long-imagined Middle Kingdom was (temporarily) established. But the huge distances involved in governing such a kingdom, combined with the demand for independence which burst forth at the time of the original slave-revolt, always brought these empires to…

For centuries, the fragmented city-states of Khitai bickered like crows picking at a corpse, each maintaining that it represented the fallen Khari empire. Periodically, a powerful ruler rose and united some of the city-states, and the long-imagined Middle Kingdom was (temporarily) established. But the huge distances involved in governing such a kingdom, combined with the demand for independence which burst forth at the time of the original slave-revolt, always brought these empires to…

"Sekigahara, 1600", Angus McBride Honda Tadatsugu (本多 忠次, 1547–1612)  Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康 31 de enero de 1543 – 1 de junio de 1616)  Date Masamune (伊達 政宗 5 de septiembre de 1567 – 27 de junio de 1636) http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_Masamune  Kuroda Nagamasa (黒田長政 1568-1623)  Ii Naomasa (井伊直政 4 de marzo de 1561 – 24 de marzo de 1602)

"Sekigahara, 1600", Angus McBride Honda Tadatsugu (本多 忠次, 1547–1612) Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康 31 de enero de 1543 – 1 de junio de 1616) Date Masamune (伊達 政宗 5 de septiembre de 1567 – 27 de junio de 1636) http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_Masamune Kuroda Nagamasa (黒田長政 1568-1623) Ii Naomasa (井伊直政 4 de marzo de 1561 – 24 de marzo de 1602)

Batalla de Yamanaka (Anders K. Rue) http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=24183&start=0

Batalla de Yamanaka (Anders K. Rue) http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=24183&start=0

Tokugawa Ieyasu leads his army out of Hamamatsu Castle to the battlefield of Mikatagahara - art by Giuseppe Rava

Tokugawa Ieyasu leads his army out of Hamamatsu Castle to the battlefield of Mikatagahara - art by Giuseppe Rava

Richard Hook - "Toyotomi Hideyori prepares to leave Osaka Castle for the last time, 4 june 1615"

Richard Hook - "Toyotomi Hideyori prepares to leave Osaka Castle for the last time, 4 june 1615"

Samurai Commanders of the Onin war: Yamana Sozen Mochitoyo (1404-73)  Hosokawa Katsumoto

Samurai Commanders of the Onin war: Yamana Sozen Mochitoyo (1404-73) Hosokawa Katsumoto

Samurai monks rampage through a town.

Historical Warrior Illustration Series Part IV

Samurai monks rampage through a town.

"The defence of Ueda Castle by the Sanada Family"

"The defence of Ueda Castle by the Sanada Family"