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Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. Creator: Unknown Featured Maps Print

Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan. The Azuchi-Momoyama period began in 1568 with political unification of warlords Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Oda Nobunaga and ended in 1600 following the Battle of Sekigahara. From A History of Japan during the century of early foreign intercourse (1542-1651) by James Murdoch, M.A. and Isoh Yamagata. [Kobe, Japan, 1903]

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Central Asia including Japan antique map 19th century 1843 Featured Maps Print

Central Asia including Japan antique map 19th century 1843

This is an original steel engraving with original colour, an antique map of Central Asia (including Japan, northern China, Mongolia and Korea). It was produced in 1843, a time when Japan was isolated and before traditional ways were overtaken by industrialisation. The map was drawn and engraved by J. Archer for Gilbert's Modern Atlas, published c.1843

© Whiteway

WW2 - Map of China, Korea, Formosa and the southern part of Featured Maps Print

WW2 - Map of China, Korea, Formosa and the southern part of

Map of China, Korea, Formosa and the southern part of Japan, 27 Mar 1944. Compiled and drawn in the Branch of Research and Analysis, oss. Subtitled: Terrain and TransportationThe map represents the highland schematically as mountains and marks railways, roads and ?selected trails? as well as the main towns. From a collection of four maps of the Far East, used by C E R Clarabut, Combined Operations, 1944-1945. Large-scale map of China, more detailed maps of Canton and Hong Kong and of the area around Chittagong in India and Burma. Date: 1944

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library