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- The Boshin War (戊辰戦争, Boshin Sensō, lit. "War of the Year of the Yang Earth Dragon"), sometimes known as the ****anese Revolution, was a civil war in ****an...
- pointed tip or blade attached to the handle (t****) and hidden in the shaft (boshin). Jitte could be highly decorated with all manner of inlays and designs...
- 1911) was a French Army officer who pla**** a famous role in the ****anese Boshin War. He was sent to ****an with the French military mission of 1867 and after...
- and later Shinchogumi forces, and worked as a pro-Tokugawa agent in the Boshin War. Nakazawa Koto was born in Kōzuke Province. She was very skilled in...
- 96. Takano, p. 256. Yamakawa, Aizu Boshin Senshi, pp. 7–9. Beasley, p. 97. Beasley, p. 97; Yamakawa, Aizu Boshin Senshi, p. 148–151. Totman, p. 416....
- early Shōwa period. Skilled in gunnery, she helped defend Aizu during the Boshin War, earning her the nickname of the “Bakumatsu Joan of Arc”. Yaeko served...
- economic and political crises. The resignation of the shōgun led to the Boshin War and the establishment of a centralized state nominally unified under...
- The Boshin Club was a political party in ****an. The party was established in December 1908 during a period in which several anti-Rikken Seiyūkai groups...
- intransigence was one of the major causes of the subsequent Boshin War. During the Boshin War, Saigō led the imperial forces at the Battle of Toba–Fushimi...
- the Meiji government, and Tokugawa loyalists continued to fight in the Boshin War until the defeat of the Republic of Ezo at the Battle of Hakodate in...
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