Year 8 History: Japan and the Shoguns (c.794 - 1867)
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Year 8 History: Japan and the Shoguns (c.794 - 1867)
The way of life in shogunate Japan, including social, cultural, economic and political features (including the feudal system and the increasing power of the shogun) (ACDSEH012)
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