Genghis Kh The Empire Of The Mongols

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Genghis Khan transformed the Mongolian civilization by his formidable military, government configurations, and exchange of goods along with ideas that helped develop the modern world. Genghis Khan’s thirst for land and knowledge resulted in his conquering of one of the largest contiguous empires in the world. Genghis Khan and his descendants engendered integrated ideas from all over the empire. The effects of his decisions and artful precision of the execution of his plans is carried on triumphantly throughout the people. The reason for such success among the Mongols is their brilliant military tactics. The armies in which they fought had no idea of the manipulation, equipment advantages, and efficiency these Mongol warriors possessed. The fearful cities that were soon to be targets longed for the knowledge of how the Mongols fought. When it came to the more recent, such as World War II, people longed for the information about the great victorious warfare of the Mongols. The military strategies and leadership positions modern warfare have all been influenced by how the Mongols fough...

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