Sengoku Jidai - Three history maps

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Sengoku Jidai - Three history maps

Unread postby Tokugawa Liang » Sat Sep 12, 2015 10:02 am

Hi everyone!

Recently, I have been having more free time than usually, so I found myself working on a project about the history of Japan.
The result are three coloured panels representing three different points in time during the Sengoku jidai period. On each of them, the most important (for the future development of history) warlords and their fiefs are drawn in. The evolution made from the first to the third map is what is most interesting, I think. It is to be noted, that the boards are drawn from the point of view of Oda Nobunaga. As such, the Mori, Chosokabe, Otomo for example only appear on the later maps, other clans do not appear. (the Date e.g.)
Also on the map are some important campaigns of the Oda, Uesugi, Takeda and of the major Oda generals (Toyotomi Hideyoshi or Shibata Katsuie). Furthermore, the most important battles are also marked in, showing the confrontation of some of the clans.
To all of this, I have also made the matching legend. The amount of information was too big to incorporate into the maps, so I wrote them down on paper separately. If anyone is interested in the first two ones, write to me, I will gladly upload them. I am currently working on the third.




I' will let you take a look, lest I say too much.

If you whish to see the sources the information is drawn from, write to me as well.

P.S.: You can gladly use the pictures, but I'd like you to ask me first for it!
English is not my mother tongue. I hope the comprehension isn't too hard.

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