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Thursday, May 5, 2011

The Lost Fleet of Kublai Khan Found?

It was the year 1281 and over 70,000 men and 4,400 ships were launched to conquer Japan. But the largest armada the world had ever seen ... vanished without a trace.

700 years later, one man believes he has found the lost fleet. Kenzo Hayashida is Japan's leading marine archaeologist and he has spent the last 15 years devoted to the search for the lost fleet of Kublai Khan. Salvaging clues from the seabed he fits the pieces of the puzzle together, hoping to solve the riddle of the lost armada.

Kenzo's task will not be easy, for 700 years the fate of the fleet has remained one of Japan's most enduring mysteries.

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1 comment:

  1. How do we know that it wasn't well trained samurai swimming out and cutting all the anchors of the Mongol ships that led to there disappearance instead of this typhoon that is believed to be the culprit? It makes more sense that their anchor lines were cut during the cover of night and the ships were left to drift into each other and or smashed against the rocks on shore. All it would take is knowledge of the tides to know when to cut the anchors free to either send them crashing on the shore or drifting out to sea. The defenders of the island also could have cut the anchors free knowing very well a typhoon was approaching leaving the ships at the mercy of the storm and the strong currents and devastating surf it produced.


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