Ashikaga Yoshiharu and Harlan Warde

Ashikaga Yoshiharu In this Japanese name, the family name is "Ashikaga".

Ashikaga Yoshiharu (足利 義晴?, April 2, 1511 – May 20, 1550) was the twelfth shogun of the Ashikaga shogunate who held the reins of supreme power from 1521 through 1546 during the late Muromachi period of Japan. He was the son of the eleventh shogun Ashikaga Yoshizumi. May 1, 1521 (Daiei 1, 25th day of the 3rd month): After the tenth shogun Ashikaga Yoshitane and Hosokawa Takakuni struggled for power over the shogunate and Yoshitane withdrew to Awaji Island, the way was clear for Minamoto-no Yoshiharu to be installed as shogun. 1521 (Daiei 1, 6th month): Yoshiteru enters Kyoto. 1526 (Daiei 6, 12th month): Shogun Yoshiharu invited archers from neighboring provinces to come to the capital for an archery contest.

Not having any political power and repeatedly being forced out of the capital of Kyoto, Yoshiharu eventually retired in 1546 over a political struggle between Miyoshi Nagayoshi and Hosokawa Harumoto making his son Ashikaga Yoshiteru the thirteenth shogun. May 20, 1550 (Tenbun 19, 4th day of the 5th month): Yoshiharu died.

Supported by Oda Nobunaga, his son Ashikaga Yoshiaki became the fifteenth shogun.

From a western perspective, Yoshiharu is significant, as he was shogun in 1542, when the first contact of Japan with the European West took place. A Portuguese ship, blown off its course to China, landed in Japan.

Contents 1 Events of Yoshiharu's bakufu 2 Eras of Yoshiharu's bakufu 3 Notes 4 References

Events of Yoshiharu's bakufu

Significant events shape the period during which Yoshiharu was shogun: 1521 – Hosokawa Takakuni has Yoshiharu appointed shogun. 1526 – Kasai rebels, Miyoshi rebels: Go Nara succeeds. 1528 – Yoshiharu driven out by Miyoshi Nagamoto. 1533 – Ikkō rebellion. 1536 – Go-Nara enthroned. 1538 – Dissension in Koga Kubō's family. 1546 – Yoshiharu flees to Ōmi; his son, Yoshiteru, appointed shogun in exile. Eras of Yoshiharu's bakufu

The years in which Yoshiharu was shogun are more specifically identified by more than one era name or nengō. Daiei (1521–1528) Kyōroku (1528–1532) Tenbun (1532–1555) Notes ^ a b c d e f g h i Ackroyd, Joyce. (1982). Lessons from History: The Tokushi Yoron, p. 332. ^ Titsingh, Isaac. (1834). Annales des empereurs du japon, p. 370., p. 370, at Google Books ^ Titsingh, p. 371., p. 371, at Google Books ^ Titsingh, p. 373., p. 373, at Google Books ^ Titsingh, p. 379., p. 379, at Google Books ^ Ackroyd, p. 331. ^ Titsingh, pp. 370-378., p. 370, at Google Books

Harlan Warde and Ashikaga Yoshiharu

Harlan Warde (born Harlan Ward Lufkin; November 6, 1917 – March 13, 1980) was a character actor active in television and movies. During World War II, he served in Special Forces.

Warde showed up in supporting roles as detectives, doctors, and ministers. Warde made five guest appearances on Perry Mason between 1958-1966, primarily in law enforcement roles, such as Assistant District Attorney Harold Hanley in "The Case of the Haunted Husband", and Sgt. Roddin in the only color episode in 1966 entitled, "The Case of the Twice Told Twist". From 1958–62, he joined Chuck Connors in The Rifleman.

In 1962–1971 Warde joined the cast of the TV Western series The Virginian in the recurring role of Sheriff Brannon. Warde appeared on The Andy Griffith Show episode "Opie and the Spoiled Kid" (1963) as Simon Winkler. Warde's last role was in the 1979 Rockford Files episode "A Different Drummer" playing an aging father of a shady doctor. Filmography 1941 : I Wanted Wings : Montgomery (co-pilot) 1946 : O.S.S. : Trainee 1947 : Buck Privates Come Home : Sergeant (medic #6) 1947 : It Had to Be You : Atherton 1948 : To the Ends of the Earth : Undetermined Role 1948 : Money Madness : Donald 1948 : Lady at Midnight : Ross Atherton 1948 : Night Wind : Colonel 1948 : He Walked by Night : Police Operator 27 1948 : The Countess of Monte Cristo : Student 1948 : Command Decision 1948 : Wake of the Red Witch : Seaman Handling Diving Line 1949 : State Department: File 649 : Rev. Dr. Morse 1949 : Flaxy Martin : McCLane, Assistant District Attorney 1949 : The Undercover Man : Hoodlum 1949 : Homicide : Monday Night's bartender 1949 : Johnny Allegro : Coast Guard Officer 1949 : The Fountainhead : Young man 1949 : It's a Great Feeling : Publicity man 1949 : Task Force : Timmy Kissell 1949 : The Doctor and the Girl : Anesthetist 1949 : Prison Warden : Albert Gardner 1949 : Tokyo Joe : Lieutenant at airport 1949 : Tell It to the Judge : Joe, Pete's Associate 1950 : The Magnificent Yankee : Norton, Secretary 1950 : When Willie Comes Marching Home : Maj. L.T. Moore 1950 : No Sad Songs for Me : Lee Corbett 1950 : Customs Agent : Agent Perry 1950 : Caged : Dr. Ashton 1950 : David Harding, Counterspy : Hopkins 1950 : The Flying Missile : Lieutenant Commander 1950 : The Man Who Cheated Himself : Howard Frazer 1951 : Close to My Heart : Father in Car 1951 : Operation Pacific : Dick (admiral's aide) 1951 : Three Guys Named Mike : Meteorologist Hawkins 1951 : I Was a Communist for the FBI : FBI Agent 1951 : Her First Romance : Paul Powers 1951 : Smuggler's Gold : George Brewster 1951 : Criminal Lawyer : Byron Claymore 1951 : Flying Leathernecks : Admiral's aide 1951 : The Day the Earth Stood Still : Carson 1952 : Boots Malone : Private Investigator 1952 : Without Warning! : Police Detective Sgt. Don Warde 1952 : The Sniper : Mr. Harper 1952 : Loan Shark : Lt. White 1952 : Flat Top : Executive Officer 1952 : Operation Secret : Maj. Dawson 1952 : Above and Beyond : The Chaplain 1953 : The Juggler : Shaul 1953 : Vice Squad : Det. Lacey 1953 : Donovan's Brain : Treasury Agent Brooke 1954 : Hell and High Water : Photographer 1954 : Dragnet : Doctor 1954 : Down Three Dark Streets : FBI Agent Greg Barker 1954 : Athena : TV show director 1955 : Strategic Air Command : Duty Officer 1955 : The Scarlet Coat : Captain with Col. Jameson 1955 : I'll Cry Tomorrow : Stage manager 1956 : A Cry in the Night : Ogilvie 1956 : Julie : Det. Pope 1957 : Last of the Badmen : Green 1957 : The Wings of Eagles : Executive Officer 1957 : The Spirit of St. Louis : Boedecker 1957 : Beau James : Reporter 1957 : The Monster That Challenged the World : Lt. Robert 'Clem' Clemens 1957 : Chicago Confidential : Lt. Traynor 1957 : Bombardier B-52 (Bombers B-52) : Colonel, Head of Search and Rescue Operation 1957 : Sayonara : Consul 1958 : Cry Terror! : Bert, Operative 1958 : Hot Spell : Harry 1958 : The Decks Ran Red : Vic 1958 : The Buccaneer 1959 : It Started with a Kiss : Air Force Major 1959 : The Gazebo : Dr. Bradley, Elliott's Physician 1961 : Cry for Happy : Chaplain 1962 : Incident in an Alley : Ed, Assistant District Attorney 1964 : Advance to the Rear : Maj. Hayward (CSA) 1964 : See How They Run (TV) : Manley 1965 : Zebra in the Kitchen : Uncle Travis 1965 : Billie : Doctor Hall 1966 : Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! : Newscaster 1967 : Ride to Hangman's Tre] : Second Man with Carlson 1969 : Dragnet 1966 (TV) : Officer Wilkins 1970 : Daniel Boone: Nicholas Burns 1970 : Tora! Tora! Tora! : Gen. Marshall's staff officer 1970 : The Aquarians (TV) : Second Reporter 1971 : Columbo: Ransom for a Dead Man : Paul Williams 1978 : Corvette Summer : Las Vegas Police Lieutenant
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