Oda Nobunaga: The First Unifier of Japan (Japanese History Explained)

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Video

Mark Cartwright
by The Legends of History
published on 05 June 2019
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Oda Nobunaga didn't start out as the fearful and respected clan leader that he was known for. But instead, he was a 'weird' child who showed no signs of being a capable leader at all. That would soon change though when one of his father's closest retainers committed Seppuku, shocking Nobunaga into fulfilling his destiny in unifying Japan under his rule.

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History, T. L. o. (2019, June 05). Oda Nobunaga: The First Unifier of Japan (Japanese History Explained). World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/1763/oda-nobunaga-the-first-unifier-of-japan-japanese-h/

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History, The Legends of. "Oda Nobunaga: The First Unifier of Japan (Japanese History Explained)." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified June 05, 2019. https://www.worldhistory.org/video/1763/oda-nobunaga-the-first-unifier-of-japan-japanese-h/.

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History, The Legends of. "Oda Nobunaga: The First Unifier of Japan (Japanese History Explained)." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 05 Jun 2019. Web. 26 Jul 2021.