In 1614 Osaka Castle was Japan's greatest fortification, measuring approximately 2 miles in length with double circuits of walls 100 feet high. It was guarded by 100,000 samurai, loyal to their master: the head of the Toyotomi clan, Toyotomi Hideyori. The castle was seemingly impenetrable; however, the ruling shogun of the age, Tokugawa Ieyasu, was determined to destroy this one last threat to his position as Japan's ultimate ruler. This book explores the complex background of this bitter struggle and the battle experiences of the opposing forces in a compelling exploration of the conflict that led to the eventual triumph of one dynasty over another.
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