Samurai slaughtered at Nagashino

Hilbert, Charles
October 1996
Military History;Oct96, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p62
Focuses on the Battle of Nagashino in Japan in 1575. Leading players in the military; Military tactics employed by Oda Nobunaga's army; Nobunaga's ashigaru taking position in front of their stockade; Establishment of a council of war; Outcome of the battle.


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