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|Authors: ||蕭緯翔;Siao, Wei-Siang|
|Keywords: ||豐臣秀吉;明神宗;平壤;碧蹄館;蔚山城;Toyotomi Hideyoshi;Wanli Emperor;Pyongyang;Byeokjegwan;Ulsan|
|Issue Date: ||2018-08-31 15:02:48 (UTC+8)|
;The Korean campaign at the end of the sixteenth century originated from Japan’s outward expansion after the reunification of the Warring States period, the ambition of the rulers, the new national development goals and the stimulation of external interests. There is also the possibility of changing the order of East Asia.
The Japanese regime led by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The reasons for launching the Korean War are not only the spiritual level of the leader’s pursuit of personal merit, but also the material aspect of pursuing national interests and coping with social problems. The motives are closely related to the external political situation, the close relationship between the countries, and the response of the Chinese, Korean, and Japanese, to the external environment.
The development of the Korean campaign, the situation is not clearly biased towards either side, but is constantly swinging between the turning points. After Japan won the Korean peninsula in a very short period of time, the Ming Dynasty was shocked by the war situation, but then joined the war and the battle situation changed. This was the first turning point in the Korean campaign. As the war continued, the two sides engaged in a tug-of-war on the Korean peninsula. At this time, the factors that ensure the victory of the Ming Dynasty or Japan are not superior to the other′s national strength and resources, but to the thinking and implementation of the strategy, whether it can adapt and correct with the situation, and solve the problems after the turning point. The result may be a successful achievement of a strategic goal, or an extension of the time to achieve the goal, even beyond the limits of what can be tolerated, missed the chance of success.
|Appears in Collections:||[歷史研究所] 博碩士論文|
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