After years of civil unrest within the Sui dynasty, a rebellion took place to remove Emperor Yang of Sui from the throne. Leading these brave rebels into battle was an unlikely heroine named, Princess Pingyang. Read on to find out how she rallied an army of 70,000 soldiers and became the most influential woman in the Tang dynasty, brought to you by American BladesPro.Continue reading
The Romans met their match when a warrior-queen decided to rebel against the late Roman rule. That brave woman was the Queen of Tanukh, Mavia. Read on to discover what caused her to rebel against the roman rule and the heroic legacy she left behind. Proudly brought to you by American BladesPro.Continue reading
Fu Hao was one of the world's first female warriors according to historical records. Fu Hao was so talented on the battlefield, her husband, the king, promoted her to the rank of general as soon as she married into the kingdom. Before becoming a military leader for the dynasty, Fu Hao was a respected priestess across China and would go on to lead the Shang Dynasty's most important rituals and sacrifices to their ancestorsContinue reading
Born from a lineage of samurai parents, Nakano Takeko was only 21 when she led a group of unlikely warriors named the Joshitai (Translated as Girls Army) onto the battlefield, this is her story.
Kunoichi is a modern term used to refer to women who served as Ninjas in medieval Japan...Continue reading