What events in European history most resemble the Japanese exploration of the island of Honshu, the rivalry between the Taira and Minamoto clans, and the reflection of Kublai’s invasions?
For analogs of the development of Honshu and the Taira-Minamoto rivalry, see solution of problem 22. The Japanese war against the aggression of the Kublai empire in the 13th century resembles the Hundred Years War, although the roles here changed and the outcome was somewhat different: the continental power tried to conquer the island power; and the failure of this attempt was revealed immediately – and not a hundred years later.
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