Japanese Individual

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
History
Grade:
8

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Japanese Individual

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Saigo Takamori 西郷隆盛

-lived poor childhood-oldest of 7 children-scraped by on little income-full education at goju-learnt the values of dignity, frugality and honour which helped him in later life

Rise to power

Key roll in: -the fall of the Tokugawa Shogun/Bakufu -forming the Meiji Goverment

Satsuma Rebellion

Childhood

Lasting Impact

Impact on Japaneses Society

References

Conclusion


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