During the early thirteenth century Chinggis Khan and his following successors helped forge various tribes in to a powerful alliance that built the largest empire the world has ever seen. The Mongolian empire reached great in size in such a short period of time. This was basically because of the sturdy Mongol army and many efficient policies the Khan family established. The Mongols were very knowledgeable in military tactics. There empire had a strong sense of unity, helping the empire get so great so rapidly. There allies also contributed to the Mongolian empire. By the time of Chinggis Khan's death in 1227, he had laid the foundation of a vast and mighty empire, which continued to grow with his tactics set in stone.
Chinggis khan started by using his policy to strengthen his empire early. To start his empire off with a boost, Chinggis Khan united his territories. He did not trust the tribal organization, so he broke up the tribes and forced men of fighting age to join his new military. The Mongols started there children's wilderness training, and weapons instruction at a young age, which is stated in document 3. Breaking up the tribal organization was a great accomplishment because this united the empire, helping the Mongols become much stronger than any other early nomadic confederation, at that early on time period. This giving them an earlier start at building there empire, and attacking other nations, which builds there society at a faster rate.
The most important association of the Mongol state was the Mongolian army. Said in Doc 3, the Mongol armies were great at hunting, riding horses, fighting and definitely slaughtering people. The men were experts in many weapons and war tactics. Sometimes, if obligated to, the army would travel more than 100 KM per day to surprise an enemy. Thus giving the horsemen the name the most mobile forces of the prominent world. In the book, it said that the Mongol army officer were very obedient...
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