Saigō Takamori (Q310462)

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samurai of the Satsuma domain, supreme commander of Japanese army, one of the three great nobles who led the Meiji Restoration (1828-1877)
  • Saigo Takamori
  • Saigou Takamori
  • Takanaga
  • Nanshū
  • Saigō don
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Saigō Takamori
samurai of the Satsuma domain, supreme commander of Japanese army, one of the three great nobles who led the Meiji Restoration (1828-1877)
  • Saigo Takamori
  • Saigou Takamori
  • Takanaga
  • Nanshū
  • Saigō don

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西郷隆盛 (Japanese)
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西鄕隆盛 (Japanese)
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吉之助 (Japanese)
きちのすけ
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隆永 (Japanese)
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南洲
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大西郷 (Japanese)
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南洲翁 (Japanese)
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西郷どん (Japanese)
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さいごう たかもり
西郷隆盛 (Japanese)
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1872
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1873
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Saigō Takamori
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Saigo Takamori
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Saigō, Takamori
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28 September 2020
Saigo, Takamori
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Saigō Takamori
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小吉 隆盛 Kokichi, Kokiti, Takamori, 隆永, Takanaga, 南洲, Nanshū, Nanshu, Nanshuu, Nansyû, Nansyuu 西鄕 aka 西郷, Saigō, Saigô, Saigo, Saigou (7 Dec 1827 - certain 24 Sep 1877)
5 August 2021
 
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