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December 7- 17th Century

December 7- 17th Century - Japan Oda Nobunaga 1551 1582 AD...

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Japan Oda Nobunaga 1551- 1582 AD Hideyoshi 1582-1598 Taiko 1590 Hideyori 1593-1615 Tokugawa Ieyasu 1598 Ishida Mutsinari Sekigahara 1600 Adams Shogunate 1603-1868 Osaka 1615 Emperor Shogun Daimyo Samurai 95% Structure of how Japan was run ^ Shogun excersised power on behalf of the emperor Damiyo responsible to shogun Samurai responsible to Damiyo 95% were commoners not a lot of rights and had to pay a lot of taxes to nobles forced to fight in armies when called by nobles nobles could kill commoners without punishment Only worked well if the Shogun is powerful Shogun often didn't have enough power though allowed daimyos to create little states and go at civil war with each other Oda Nobunaga Daimyo 1551 inherited half of a province by 1582 he controlled almost half of provinces and became the most powerful japanese leader in over a century 1582 forced to commit suicide when attacked by one of his own officers killed himself instead of being captured mad scramble for his territories Hideyoshi won the scramble for Oda's territories
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