Yoshinobu Satake
Yoshinobu Satake (17 August 1570-5 March 1633) was leader of the Satake clan and a general of the Toyotomi and later the Tokugawa.


Yoshinobu pledged allegiance to Hideyoshi Hashiba while a young man, hoping to get protection from Ujinao Hojo and Masamune Date's encroaching families, and was counted among his six greatest generals, including Ieyasu Tokugawa, Toshiie Maeda, Yoshihiro Shimazu, Terumoto Mori, and Kagekatsu Uesugi. He agreed that Mitsunari Ishida should succeed Hashiba and took part in the rescue of Mitsunari from an Anti-Ishida Coalition in 1598, and later fought with him against Ieyasu Tokugawa at the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600. Rather than be executed, when he was captured, his fief was decreased in size and instead fought as a Tokugawa general in the Osaka Campaign, killing Shigenari Kimura and Matabei Goto

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