State of War: The Violent Order of Fourteenth-century Japan

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Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, 2003 - History - 281 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
The Life and Death of Nomoto Tomoyuki
12
A Statistical Narrative of War
48
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Thomas Conlan was born on December 17th 1917 in Kildooras, Co. Clare. He was the third youngest in a family of nine and at the age of three, by his own choosing, he went to live with his childless aunt and uncle. In the surroundings of this small farmstead he enjoyed the simplicity of his childhood years being in close contact with nature. At the age of fourteen the responsibility of the farm was suddenly thrust upon him after the unexpected death of his uncle, and this became the deciding moment of his life journey. He has never left this place where later his five children were naturally born to Nora, his wife. Thomas has a rare gift of insight, although he would not claim it to be anything special. Yet it soon becomes apparent in his book that he is not just recalling his path, rather he is showing the way, and in particular to the ones not yet born. Reading through its pages will illustrate the rest.

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