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Författare: David Spence.
Libro interattivo con varie animazioni. Imbarcatevi per mari lontani con terribili pirati, come Barbanera, Jack Rackam, Mary Read e Anne Bonny. Osservate la loro vita quotidiana a bordo, le loro strategie, il loro codice d’onore e partecipate alle loro terribili cacce al tesoro. Da 9 anni in su.
Een zeeslag tussen Japanse zeerovers en Chinezen. There are two distinct eras of wokou piracy. The early wokou mostly set up camp on Japanese outlying islands, as opposed to the 16th century wokou who were mostly non-Japanese. The early wokou raided the Japanese themselves as well as China and Korea. Records report that the main camps of the early wokou were the island of Tsushima, Iki Island, and the Gotō Islands. According to Korean records, wako pirates were particularly rampant roughly from 1350.
Korea launched attacks on pirate bases on Tsushima in 1419 with the Gihae Eastern Expedition. General Yi Jongmu’s fleet of 227 ships and 17,285 soldiers set off from Geoje Island toward Tsushima on June 19, 1419. Some of the coastal forts built for defense against Wokou can still be found in Zhejiang and Fujian. According to the History of Ming, thirty percent of the 16th century wokou were Japanese, seventy percent were ethnic Chinese. In attempts to centralize political control the Ming Dynasty enacted trade bans, the consensus being that “unrestricted trade would lead to chaos”. With maritime trade outlawed, China’s navy was reduced, as a result was unable to combat increased smuggling and wokou took over the southeastern coast. Two well known Chinese military figures involved in the combating of Wokou are Qi Jiguang and Yu Dayou.
Yu Dayou was a general of the Ming dynasty who was assigned to defend the coast against the Japanese pirates. The identity of the wokou is subject to some debate, with various theories about the ethnic makeup and national origin of the pirates. Professor Takeo Tanaka of University of Tokyo proposed in 1966 that the early wokou were Koreans living on these outlying islands. The current prevailing theory is that of Shōsuke Murai, who demonstrated in 1988 that the early wokou came from multiple ethnic groups rather than one singular nation.
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