Essays Tagged: "Mongol Empire"

Compare and contrast the style of commands of Ghengis Kahn and Napoleon. Incl. Strategy and Operations, and army organization. In what areas did they succeed over their contemporaries?

gly, their common strategies were implied despite army organizations were anything but similar. The Mongolian Army was cavalry "pure," that is, the Mongolians fought from horseback and were masters at ... above, the actual organization of the two armies was as different as two armies could possibly be: Mongolia's "Cav-Pure" and Napoleon's well organized combined-arms army with heavy reliance on the im ...

(5 pages) 151 4 4.3 Nov/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

The Gobi Desert and Desertification.

n the desert are still preserving customs from long ago when their ancestors were part of the great Mongol Empire. They are an amazing group of people, doing all they can to survive in such a harsh en ... ronment: the Gobi Desert.LOCATIONThe Gobi desert is found in Central Asia, in the southern parts of Mongolia, and in the northern parts of China. It is to the north of the Himalayan Mountains, and ove ...

(6 pages) 73 0 4.3 Aug/2003

Subjects: Area & Country Studies Essays

The Mongol Empire

The Mongol Empire although short-lived was one of the largest and most powerful empires ever on the face ... nd most powerful empires ever on the face of the Earth, especially considering the time period. The Mongol Empire lasted for a mere 185 years, small in comparison to the Roman Empire, and yet in that ... ssia, the Middle East, India, and all the land in between. However in many ways the enormity of the Mongol Empire is what would ultimately destroy it.The official beginning of the Mongol Empire began ...

(4 pages) 63 0 3.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Comparing and Contrasting the Role of Women in China, Japan, and the Mongol Empire During the Postclassical Period

roles they played in society began to change. The three major civilizations of China, Japan and the Mongol Empire were no exceptions. The everyday rights of women varied among these societies. The rel ... tions unique to their own cultures. During the postclassical period, women in China, Japan, and the Mongol Empire played different roles in their respective societies, with the main subjects of compar ...

(2 pages) 50 0 3.4 Apr/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers

Chingis Khan, The Great Mongolian Leader.

Chingis Khan had done. It is almost impossible to underestimate the impact that he had not only on Mongolia, where he is a symbol of Mongolian nation, but also on countries such as China and Russia, ... the negative events that took place at that time. Some of his achievements are: the uniting of all Mongolian tribes, the foundation of the Mongolian Empire, the development of the Mongolian written l ...

(10 pages) 82 0 4.8 Jan/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History


GENGHIS KHAN, Mongol conqueror, whose nomad armies created a vast empire under his control, from China to Russia. ... rol, from China to Russia. He was born near Lake Baykal in Russia, the son of Yesukai (d. 1180?), a Mongol chief and ruler of a large region between the Amur River and the Great Wall of China. At the ... successive revolts of his subject tribes and an intense struggle to retain his leadership, but the Mongol ruler soon demonstrated his military genius and conquered not only his intractable subjects b ...

(2 pages) 25 0 3.0 Jul/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

Genghis Khan bio.

Genghis Khan was born with the name Temüjin circa 1162 in Mongolia. He was the first son of Yesükhei, who was a tribal chief in a clan called the Borjigi ... a clan called the Borjigin. Temüjin's mother was Hoelun who was from the Olkhunut tribe of the Mongol confederation. Temüjin had four brothers and one sister. Temüjin had a difficult ea ... then learned that he would have to make many alliances in order to survive the political climate of Mongolia. When he was about 16, Temüjin married Börte of the Konkirat tribe, but she was k ...

(2 pages) 19 0 4.0 Mar/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Genghis Khan

d. He had no formal education. In fact he was born a nomad in the desolate region which we now call Mongolia. His given name was Temujin and he became one of the most feared and respected leaders the ... actics, as well as cunning to defeat his enemies. He was arguably the greatest leader that ever was.Mongolia is located on the eastern side of Asia. It has a very harsh landscape its conditions are al ...

(5 pages) 25 0 0.0 Oct/2001

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History


Genghis Kahn was a great leader of the Mongols, that single handedly lead a tremendous crusade, conquering many villages and clans on his p ... n expert bow man and had great strength. His father was the chieftain of a tribe known as the Yakka Mongols.2 When his father passed away the clan started to deteriorate and some wanted revenge on the ... f the conqueror's greatest works was The Yasa. The Yasa was a code of laws that he made to give the Mongols strength and stability. One of the laws in The Yasa, is as follows, " Nobody shall leave the ...

(3 pages) 538 0 0.0 Dec/2001

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Ghenghis Khan: Childhood, beginning of empire, culture.

rivalries and enemies. Genghis Khan influenced more and more people and started training them, the Mongolian tribes began to unite. Khan allied with Toghrul once again along with chin an emperor of a ... went on to execute Jamuka. The affect of Jamuka's and Toghruls death made Genghis khan ruler of all Mongols, this was the beginning of Genghis Khans empire.Culture, rule and justice under khanThe Mong ...

(3 pages) 12 0 0.0 Nov/2007

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World by Jack Weatherford

The Mongols created a huge impact on the world today with their advanced fighting techniques and ability ... e invention of paper money, the first democracy in China, and the first with paper.In the book, the Mongols were portrayed in an objective view. Whereas with most of what the West thinks of the Mongol ... an aristocrat who were all being annihilated for the purpose of subduing the general population.The Mongols didn’t have much of a stabilized industry because they were horsemen of the steppe regi ...

(2 pages) 14 0 0.0 Nov/2007

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History


Hannah Tanzer The vast rule of the Mongols influenced the medieval world by uniting the regions, spreading goods and facilitating trade ... ced the medieval world by uniting the regions, spreading goods and facilitating trade. Although the Mongols are responsible for many positive contributions to the world and are well appreciate by some ... heir various conquests in an attempt to expand their own empire.Some groups admired and favored the Mongols beliefs and lifestyle. First, before the time of the Mongols, the medieval world was not uni ...

(3 pages) 3 0 0.0 Sep/2014

Subjects: Area & Country Studies Essays