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Satsuma Rebellion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Satsuma Rebellion (西南戦争, Seinan Sensō (Southwestern War)?) was a revolt of disaffected samurai against the new imperial government, nine years into the ...

Satsuma Rebellion - Meiji Period

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Satsuma Rebellion. The first test of the young Meiji government came with the revolt of the powerful Satsuma clan based in the southern ...

Satsuma Rebellion: Battle of Shiroyama, 1877

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The final engagement of the Satsuma Rebellion (1877) between the samurai and the Imperial Japanese Army.

Satsuma Rebellion: Satsuma Clan Samurai Against the ...

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In 1877, the samurai of Satsuma province and their reluctant leader, Takamori Saigo, hurled a final challenge at Japan's westernizing government.

The Satsuma Rebellion - About.com Education

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The Satsuma Rebellion of 1877 was the last stand of the samurai warriors against the social upheaval and modernization of the Meiji Restoration in Japan.

Satsuma Rebellion | Japanese history | Britannica.com

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Following the repression of the Satsuma Rebellion, a samurai uprising in 1877, Japan again forged ahead toward political unity, but there was an increasing trend of ...

Satsuma Rebellion - Military Wiki - Wikia

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Saigō Takamori (seated, in French uniform), surrounded by his officers, in traditional attire. News article in Le Monde Illustré, 1877. The Satsuma Rebellion ...

Talk:Satsuma Rebellion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Satsuma Rebellion - SamuraiWiki

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Dates: 1877/2-9 ; Japanese: 西南戦争 (seinan sensou) The Satsuma Rebellion which took place in 1877 was the most famous, and the final major instance out of a ...

Satsuma Rebellion - FindTheData

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End Date: September 24, 1877: The Rebellion lasted from January 29, 1877 until September of that year, when it was decisively crushed and its leader, Saigo Takamori ...