Korean generals: Yi Sun-sin, Taejo of Joseon, Taejo of Goryeo, Yeon Gaesomun, Won Gyun, Li Zhengji, Jang Bogo, Kim Yushin, Eulji Mundeok

 
9781156514429: Korean generals: Yi Sun-sin, Taejo of Joseon, Taejo of Goryeo, Yeon Gaesomun, Won Gyun, Li Zhengji, Jang Bogo, Kim Yushin, Eulji Mundeok
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: Yi Sun-sin, Taejo of Joseon, Taejo of Goryeo, Yeon Gaesomun, Won Gyun, Li Zhengji, Jang Bogo, Kim Yushin, Eulji Mundeok, Choe Chung-heon, Kwon Yul, Jeong Jung-bu, Gang Gam-chan, Choe Yeong, Go of Balhae, Kim Si-min, Im Gyeong Eop, Kim Jwa-jin, Yi Ui-bang, Choe Museon, Yang Manchun, Yun Gwan, Shin Rip, Kim Wonsul, Gang Jo, Choe Woo, Gang Isik, Shin Ryu, Myeongnim Dap-bu, Gwak Jaeu, Gyebaek, Gyeong Dae-seung, Hwang Jin, Sejo of Goryeo, Ji Cheong-cheon, Hong Beom-do, Gang Hong-rip, Kim Won-bong, Kim Mu-ryeok, Yi Eokgi, Yi Jongmu, Yi Jachun, Kim Isabu, Go Sagye, Heukchi Sangji, Bae Jung-son, Shin Sung-gyeom, Jeong Bal, Kim Heum-sun, Yi Bong-chol, Yi Go. Excerpt: Yi Sun-sin (April 28, 1545 - December 16, 1598, Korean: ???, Hanja: ???) was a Korean naval commander, famed for his victories against the Japanese navy during the Imjin war in the Joseon Dynasty, and is well-respected for his exemplary conduct on and off the battlefield not only by Koreans, but by Japanese Admirals as well . His naval military genius has been compared to Admiral Horatio Nelson, among others, by military historians. His title of Samdo Sugun Tongjesa (Hangul : ???????, Hanja :???????), literally meaning "Naval Commander of the Three Provinces," was the title for the commander of the Korean navy until 1896. Despite never having received naval training or participating in naval combat prior to the war, and constantly being outnumbered and outsupplied, he went to his grave as one of few admirals in world history who remained undefeated after commanding as many naval battles as he did (at least 23). Perhaps his most remarkable military achievement occurred at the Battle of Myeongnyang. Outnumbered 333 to 13, and forced into a last stand with only his minimal fleet standing between the Japanese Army and Seoul, Yi delivered one of the most astonishing ...

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