Talk:Kamakura shogunate

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Never mind: Blanked Emperorbma 05:50 3 Jul 2003 (UTC)


I oppose listing Prince Morinaga and Prince Narinaga as Kamakura shoguns. They were appointed by their father Emperor Go-Daigo after the Kamakura shogunate was overthrown. --Nanshu 00:52, 4 Nov 2003 (UTC)

I suppose you are right or I really have no idea, just I reflected text I found in OpenHistory. -- Taku 02:14, Nov 4, 2003 (UTC)

I'm japanese, but I've never heard of "the Hidatori family" nof the "civil war" in Shikoku in those days.I believe the sentences below are historically false or not so well-known as to be written in the history of Kamakura shogunate. So I comment-outed them in the article.--Miya 11:36, 28 February 2006 (UTC)

  • A member of the Hidatori family, who died in 1332, left a large part of Shikoku in a state of civil war. Ashikaga Takauji brought this war to end. This was the last successful campaign of the Kamakura Shogunate.

The source may be a sort of game: see this site : http://p218.ezboard.com/fkamiganigogyounarutorpgfrm65.showMessage?topicID=115.topic

Hidatori (ひだとり) is unlike a Japanese name. But there is a fictional character named Hidetora (ひでとら) in the film 乱 (Ran (film)) by Akira Kurosawa. --Miya 12:05, 1 March 2006 (UTC)

Merge proposal with Kamakura period[edit]

Please discuss at Talk:Kamakura period. Steipe (talk) 18:38, 29 April 2009 (UTC)

fixed/corrected/rewrote Mongol Invasion section[edit]

It was somewhat erroneous, and had no citations. Hopefully this will clear up the problems with the text. This was perhaps the most important event under the Kamakura shogunate. HammerFilmFan (talk) 04:26, 29 September 2012 (UTC)