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The Battle of Bun'ei (文永の役 Bun'ei no eki), or Bun'ei Campaign, also known as the First Battle of Hakata Bay, was the first attempt by the Yuan Dynasty founded by the Mongols to invade Japan. After conquering the Japanese settlements on Tsushima and Iki islands, Kublai Khan's fleet moved on to Japan proper and landed at Hakata Bay, a short distance from Kyūshū's administrative capital of Dazaifu. Despite the superior weapons and tactics of the Mongols, who established the Yuan Dynasty in China in the early 1270s, the Yuan forces that disembarked at Hakata Bay were grossly outnumbered by the samurai force; the Japanese had been preparing, mobilizing warriors and reinforcing defenses since they heard of the defeats at Tsushima and Iki. The Japanese defenders were aided by major storms which s

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  • The Battle of Bun'ei (文永の役 Bun'ei no eki), or Bun'ei Campaign, also known as the First Battle of Hakata Bay, was the first attempt by the Yuan Dynasty founded by the Mongols to invade Japan. After conquering the Japanese settlements on Tsushima and Iki islands, Kublai Khan's fleet moved on to Japan proper and landed at Hakata Bay, a short distance from Kyūshū's administrative capital of Dazaifu. Despite the superior weapons and tactics of the Mongols, who established the Yuan Dynasty in China in the early 1270s, the Yuan forces that disembarked at Hakata Bay were grossly outnumbered by the samurai force; the Japanese had been preparing, mobilizing warriors and reinforcing defenses since they heard of the defeats at Tsushima and Iki. The Japanese defenders were aided by major storms which s
  • Die Schlacht von Bun'ei (jap. 文永の役 Bun'ei no eki), auch bekannt als Erste Schlacht an der Hakata-Bucht war der erste Invasionsversuch der Mongolen in Japan während der Bun’ei-Ära. Nach der Einnahme der Inseln Tsushima und Iki zog Kublai Khans Flotte in Richtung der japanischen Hauptinseln und landete in der Hakata-Bucht, in geringer Entfernung von Kyūshūs Verwaltungszentrum Dazaifu. Ihre – für die damalige Zeit – überlegenen Waffen sowie ihre ausgefeilte Kriegstaktik hatten den Mongolen die Schaffung eines Weltreiches erlaubt, aber zahlenmäßig waren sie den in Japan verfügbaren Samurai deutlich unterlegen. Die Japaner hatten auf die Nachricht vom Verlust der Inseln hin Krieger mobilisiert und die Verteidigungsanlagen verstärkt. Die Mongolen waren nach nur eintägigen Kämpfen zum Rückzug gez
  • La bataille de Bun'ei (文永の役, Bun'ei no eki) est la première tentative de l'invasion du Japon par la dynastie Yuan (fondée par les Mongols) et aidée par le royaume de Goryeo. Après les conquêtes des îles Tsushima et Iki, en novembre 1274, la flotte de Kubilai Khan dirigea son attaque vers la baie de Hakata (vers l'actuel Fukuoka). Le débarquement fut un échec face aux nombre important de Samouraï mené par Hōjō Tokimune (Shogunat de Kamakura). La flotte est après une journée de combat détruite par une tempête forçant le retrait des Mongols.
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