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  • Mongol Empire

    The Mongol Empire quickly covered the largest territory the world had ever seen. The Mongols’ main strategy in acquiring land was conquering by force‚ but they also relied on more peaceful methods and their tightly-knit political and social organization. The Mongols attacked villages until complete destruction using their land-based military techniques (docs 1‚2‚3‚7 and 8). Sometimes‚ they gave civilizations a chance to submit to terms and avoid destructions (docs 6 and 9). He Mongols’ divisions

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    Barbarians | The Mongols The Mongol Empire consisted of one of the most strategic military forces every seen in history. It became an empire that spanned from Eastern Europe across Asia making it the largest continuous empire in the history of the world. The development of this great empire emerged from the unification of nomadic tribes‚ and expanded through conquering with the determination of Genghis Khan. During the 12th century‚ the great ruler Temujin‚ soon to be known as Genghis Khan‚ arose

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    The Mongol Empire (Mongolian:About this sound listen (help·info) Mongol-yn Ezent Güren; Cyrillic: Монголын эзэнт гүрэн‚ in Russian chronicles also Horde - Russian: Орда) existed during the 13th and 14th centuries‚ and was the largest contiguous land empire in human history.[1] Beginning in the Central Asian steppes‚ it eventually stretched from Central Europe to the Sea of Japan‚ covering Siberia in the north and extending southward into Indochina the Indian subcontinent‚ the Iranian plateau‚ and

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    The Mongols’ strong communication system‚ emphasis on trade and religious tolerance facilitated more contact with the outside world‚ bringing about the assimilation of other cultures. In each territory‚ the Mongols commenced their campaign by sending ambassadors to demand that the capital city surrender. If their subjects accepted‚ they were offered protection from their enemies and allowed to conserve their ruling family and religion‚ as long as they agreed to pay a tribute of all wealth and goods

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    The question was are the Mongols uncivilized barbarians or culture brokers on their journey to conquer the world? They served mainly as culture brokers in many ways. They helped evolve trade‚ spread religion‚ and share many cultures with others‚ Mongols‚ while on their conquest‚ created many paths and way points to help traders and travelers journey across the land. The path ways and way points that marked where the Mongols have traveled made new courses for traders and to help them get the food

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    the thesis‚ and make a connection to another topic from history‚ how this topic relates to today‚ or anything we have covered in class (25 points). The Mongols: How Barbaric are the Barbarians? Who are the Mongols really? The Mongols had an empire that existed during the 13th and 14th centuries AD‚ and was the largest continuous land empire in human history lead by a great ruler called Genghis Khan. For centuries they have been remembered as a brutal tribe of nomadic barbarians who were a serious

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    The Mongolian Empire had significant political and economical impact on China and Russia during their time of power‚ but mostly China got the full impact of the Mongolian rule because of their closeness to Mongol. This brought upon direct rule by the Mongolian Empire‚ Whereas Russia was left alone for the most part. They were mainly left to its devices under independent princedoms and got the Mongolian influence through taxes. The rule of Mongolia had more of an impact on China than on the

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    and conquests of the Mongol Empire was very influential both politically and economically on China and Russia in various ways. The Chinese were initially economically stable‚ and experienced a period of further economic success under the Mongol rule due to various improvements instituted by the Mongols that helped encourage trade. However‚ overspending eventually majorly contributed to its demise. Dissimilarly‚ Russia’s economy was falling apart at the seams‚ and the Mongol arrival helped relatively

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  • Mongol Empire and Mongols Mongol Invaders

    DBQ: Attitudes Toward the Mongols Mongol invaders from the Central Asian steppe burst into relevance in the 1200s C.E. Driven by their leader‚ Genghis Khan‚ to conquer the largest land empire in history‚ the Mongols created mixed feelings throughout Eurasia. Some had an impressed attitude‚ admiring both the ability of the Mongols to organize and protect their empire‚ as well as their great wealth. However‚ others had a loathing attitude toward the Mongols‚ who were viewed as vicious and ignorant

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  • Mongols and there success/empire

    Essay Assignment 9 The Mongols were a military machine that conquered many different areas and people. With the Mongol’s primary purpose for going after conquest being land‚ riches‚ and slaves they spread geographically far‚ this was only possible because of their successes. I will tell you my opinion on whether they left a lasting impact. First‚ let’s discuss their empire. The Mongol empire extended into north China and into Europe. There they took control of Moscow‚ Kievan Russia‚ and they looted

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