The Kōzuke-Musashi campaign was a rapid and direct assault during the Japanese Genkō War by Nitta Yoshisada that led up to the Siege of Kamakura in 1333. It consisted of a number of battles over a brief period. The ultimate result was the ending of the Kamakura Shogunate.

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  • The Kōzuke-Musashi campaign was a rapid and direct assault during the Japanese Genkō War by Nitta Yoshisada that led up to the Siege of Kamakura in 1333. It consisted of a number of battles over a brief period. The ultimate result was the ending of the Kamakura Shogunate. (en)
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  • Nitta Yoshisada led an army over 100 kilometers in ten days with major engagements against the Shogunate forces in four locations. (en)
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  • Kōzuke-Musashi (en)
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  • May, 1333 (en)
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  • the Genkō War (en)
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  • The Kōzuke-Musashi campaign was a rapid and direct assault during the Japanese Genkō War by Nitta Yoshisada that led up to the Siege of Kamakura in 1333. It consisted of a number of battles over a brief period. The ultimate result was the ending of the Kamakura Shogunate. (en)
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  • Kōzuke-Musashi Campaign (en)
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