The Mongols had conquered many areas, one being Russia. In 1236, Batu, one of Ghenggis Khan’s grandsons, led a Mongol force of 120,000 cavalrymen into the Russian heartlands. “The crushing victories of Batu's armies initiated nearly two and one-half centuries of Mongol dominance in Russia” (Stearns 1992). The Mongols had successfully influenced the Russians politically and politically during their domination. However, even years after the fall of the Mongols, they were still able to have an impact on Russia.
Due to Mongol influence, Russia existed in isolation, however, tsars such as Peter and
Catherine the Great tried various things in an effort to westernize the isolated territory. By late
17th century, Russia experienced a great internal change. Peter and his successors used
westernization to bolster Russia's expansionist empire. Westernization had a great impact on
Russia and its development.
Prior to Peter's attempt for westernization, he and his predecessors extended tsarist….
explosion of Mongol military might from the steppes of central Asia in the early decades of the 13th century to the death of Timur in1405, the nomads of central Asia made a last, stunning return to center stage in world history. The Mongols brought about changes in countryside economics, the power of the states, and overall trade, with similarities and differences in the two states respectively. Mongol influences and culture trends can still be observed in Russia as well as China today.
The Mongols were….
Positive influence of Mongol Yoke to Russia
In the middle of 12th century, the Mongol hordes advanced on the Russian land. In Russian chronicles we can find such kind of words about that invasion: “For our sins unknown nations arrived. No one knew their origin or whence they came, or what religion they practiced. That is known only to God, and perhaps to wise men learned in books” (Answers.com). There are many opinions about influence of Mongol Yoke to Russia. Mostly historians and ordinary people….
The Mongols were nomadic horse-people from the eastern steppe of Asia that created the largest empire in the history of the world. The Mongols treated demanded payment of tribute in return for peace, they permitted local leaders to govern, they showed religious tolerance, they established rule of law (Appetence system). The Mongols Influenced Russia by isolating the Russians and cutting them off from ideas and inventions from the rest of Europe. This affected the growth of Russia. They allowed Russians….
Mongol Influences in China and Russia
The Mongolian Empire was one of the largest empires to exist. It stretched and conquered Russia, China, parts of Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Two cultures impacted by Mongolian Rule were Russia and China. Both of these were large countries prior to the Mongolian invasions. The Mongolian invasion ended up influencing the political and economic traditions in several ways.
The Mongolian expansion opened trade routes. China was able to export large….
the Mongols influenced the Eurasian world in more ways than one. This nomadic people, though few in number when compared to those they “conquered”, was highly successful in gaining power and facilitating trade across the European and Asian continents. Russia and China are two particular regions that experienced the effects of Mongol rule both politically and economically. Yet while both regions benefitted economically, China saw greater benefit in its political system because of direct Mongol influence….
impact on the states of Russia and China. The Mongols impacted them both politically and economically.
In China and Russia, the Mongol era brought a great change in political power. The Khans, or “Great Leaders” ruled both places and destroyed cities and killed government officials. This was not just an example of the Mongols ruthlessness but it was a form of tactics that brought fear into the opposing people so they would never revolt. Also, in China, the Mongols moved the capital of China….
Although the Mongol’s political influence on the Chinese was much more significant
than it was on the Russians, the Mongols actually had more influence on Russia than it did on China, who was under Mongol influence for centuries. Economically, the Mongols had an extensive effect on both China and Russia.
China, which lies directly south Mongolia, was ruled directly by the Mongols.
Russia, on the other hand, had little to offer to the Mongols as Russia is a cold and resource-poor country. So….
referred to as the Mongols, conquered Eurasia during the 13th and 14th centuries and left impacts that apply even to the present. Out of the hundreds of changes they may have caused, there are three that seem the most significant. As they dominated most parts of Eurasia, they brought religious biases, impacts that had negative effect on Eurasia's economy, and influenced the spread of ideas, technology, and diseases.
To a certain extent, religious biases were introduced as the Mongols dominated Eurasia….
The Mongols had one of the largest land empires in history, though this did not come easily to them. To be able to control the amount of land they did, they had to conquer many places like China and Russia and did so using a strong and well trained army along with many allies, and good tactics. The Mongols had a large influence on both the political and economic systems of Russia and China for a period of time, though in Russia, the Mongols ruled from afar and the original rulers still had control….