Uesugi Kenshin

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  • A Summary Of Takeda Shingen

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    Takeda Shingen's banners carried the words “Steady as a mountain, attack like fire.” Unlike most samurai, Takeda never built a fortress. He preferred the migration of marauding armies, meeting his enemies afield. Shingen was aggressive but cautious. He waged battles but also installed two doors to his lavatory so he could never be cornered by an assassin. He struck the fastidious war-monger’s balance of armies with enough farmers to feed them. Shingen was popular because he taxed the samurai class

  • Rurouni Kenshin Movie Review

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    Storyline In 1868, after the end of the Bakumatsu war, the former assassin Kenshin Himura promises to defend those who need without killing and wanders through Japan with a sword with inverted blade during the transition of the samurai age to the New Age. When Kenshin helps the idealistic Kaoru Kamiya from the gangsters of the powerful opium drug lord Kanryuu Takeda that wants her school for his production of opium, Kaoru invites Kenshin to stay in the school. But the drug chemist Megumi Takani escapes from

  • Character Analysis Of Helter Skelter

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    Helter Skelter (Mika Ninagawa, 2012) Based on the homonymous manga by Kyoko Okazaki, "Helter Skelter" tells the story of Lilico, the top Japanese female idol. Lilico is stunning to perfection, kind, funny and generally, socially unblemished, she is a woman every teenage girl wants to be like and every man wants to conquer. Underneath that flawless facade though, a plethora of secrets and discrepancies are lurking. Lilico is actually an insecure, shallow, malicious and overall sad individual that

  • Samurai's Tale Essay

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    1.The Samurai's Tale By: Harutomo Murakami Houghton Mifflin Company Copyright @ 1984 215 Park Avenue New York, New York 234 Pages 2. Harutomo Murakami (Taro)- The hero of the story, the son of a poor samurai who died in battle Lord Akiyama Nobutomo- One of Lord Shingen's generals, Taro's master and friend. Lord Akiyama Nobutora- Father of Lord Akiyama Nobutomo Lord Oda Nobunaga- Lord Takeda Shingen's rival and enemy. Lord Oda Nobutada- Son of Lord Oda Nobunaga Lord Takeda Katsuyori-

  • History of Cryptography

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    History of Cryptography AN EASY TO UNDERSTAND HISTORY OF CRYPTOGRAPHY Contents 1. Introduction 2. Classical Encryptions (Ancient Times) 3. Classical Encryptions (Middle Ages) The Cipher of Mary Queen of Scots Vigenère Ciphers Uesugi Cipher 3 4 6 6 6 7 4. Modern Ciphers: Ciphers during World War I and the Emergence of Encryption Machines German Communication Cables Disconnected by the United Kingdom Zimmermann Telegram ADFGVX Cipher The Birth of Enigma 8 8 8 8 9 5. Modern Ciphers:

  • Chaucer's Code Of Chivalry

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    The foremost aspect of chivalry that should be understood is what this code of conduct actually implied for the nobles of the Medieval Ages. When it comes to the concept of chivalry developed during the time of the Crusades in the middle Ages, it began as a code of conduct for the knights. For them, their actions were not solely occasional, but rather a way of life. The key ideals behind chivalry were not intelligible acts that could be performed. Yet, they were about attitudes and virtues that should