The Mongols: A History

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  • Title: The Mongols: A History
  • Author: Jeremiah Curtin
  • ISBN: 9781298590992
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Everything you wanted to know about the Mongol Empire and more. Not only is this book a source of a massive amount of information about the Mongols from the rise of Jinghis and his uniting of the tribes to the splintering of the empire doe to internal conflict on who would be Khan, it is also a detailed history of events of the Arab world and China and Korea during the era. Learning that a "divine wind" saved Japan from being conquered and about the Mongol Princess who never married because no m [...]

    2. An exceedingly thorough history of the Mongols' rise from nomadic horsemen to continent-spanning empire to dissolution through factionalism. Full of people, motivations and descriptions, but written in a very outmoded style (published originally in 1908) that makes parsing certain military actions (especially in the later chapters involving the invasion of China) rather difficult. Still, an excellent look at the people who conquered much of Eurasia, as well as the peoples they conquered.

    3. Best book about Genghis Khan. The forward by Theodore Roosevelt is fascinating. I am not a history student, but the time appears to follow the 30 years war between Protestants and Catholics. Settled by the Peace of Westphalia where parties agreed to disagree. Instead of the 30 years war between Protestants and Catholics we seem to have an 800 year war between Shiites and Sunni's. The first third covers history of Temujin. Half of the remaining book covers conquest of middle east, Persia, now Afg [...]

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