After the death of Genghis Khan, his descendents had kept the Mongol reputation standing. The Mongol impact on the 13th and 14th century world affected many people and civilization which helped prove that they were not the savage and evil barbarians that people thought they were; but instead the Mongols were the reason that the Mongol empire thrived as seen through their culture, battle, and travelers. In the Mongol culture, there have been many contributions and beliefs, which has made the empire
This impacted all of Eurasia by increasing commerce/communication and assisting the spread of the Black Death. One cause of Mongol rule on Eurasia is their methods and use of horses during warfare and use of psychological warfare. Since the Mongols were skilled at archery while on horseback, they had an advantage of having the upper hand against ordinary foot soldiers. Mongols were very smart and so they were known to forcibly relocate and use artists, musicians, and administrators to help govern and make their empire strong and successful. The Mongols usually interrogate prisoners to find out how to use psychological warfare, and eventually, they became pretty good at it.
None of the countries that exist today people feel this safe and are this educated. This really brings out the Mongols as one of the greatest empire, if not the greatest. Europeans probably called the Mongols barbaric because of their strength and ruthlessness. The Mongols really contributed to to what the world is today. They influenced people to be tolerant to other religions, intensified trade, brought up laws to a new level, and completely redefined military organization.
Great Khan was an intelligent ruler, and he proved this in his ability to expand his empire, maintain order, and fend off enemies. The Mongols had many complex layers of military. This demonstrated that they were an organized civilization, and were prepared to hold their own against potential invaders.
“The most famous act he’s ever done was smuggling Tokugawa”(need). This shows how loyal Hanzo is to Tokugawa. Many people were jealous of his position because he was at the highest spot of the clan. “Masanari was the ninja who made the identity of Hanzo Famous.” “Hattori Hanzo earned the nickname Oni Hanzo he displayed fearless tactics during his operations (Samurai Archives).” Hattori Hanzo earned his nickname because he showed his master what impressive strategies he could do. In his battles he displayed many good tactics for defense and offense.
This is significant because these generals and leaders helped Tang Gao Zu with strategy and developing the military to its best state. It shows that he listens to other general and leader’s opinions. Another reason why he was a successful leader was because he was recognized to be very good at coming up with strategies, all so that he took over lots of land, such as the Baiji area. The Baiji area included the North Korean and Northeastern China Peninsula. Emperor Tang’s strategy was so successful that some parts the military conquered was as far as Central Asia.
Arguably, the 19th century was shaped guns. Guns were highly efficient in war and started to replace swords and bows due to their superior range, firepower and lethality. With a gun, you were able to eliminate enemy swordsmen and bowmen before they could do any significant harm. As more and more countries adopted the gun, wars evolved from a series of skirmishes into full-on bloodbaths. One of the more unexpected ways guns influenced people at the time was through superstition.
He made the king very proud when he had fought in battles. To add to that sentence, Macbeth had fought the rebels and in that same day he fought the army of Norway too. Macbeth was a person that was brave, loyal, and kind. He wouldn’t be a person that would murder an innocent one or that’s what people would think. “Bad outfitted in his battles-weathered armor, Macbeth met the Norwegian attacks shot for shot, as if he were the goddess of war’s husband.
The Mongols overall were very barbaric, but many would say that the Mongols wouldn't be barbaric because the woman did everything the men did. However, they used psychological warfare and they destroyed entire cities, which heavily outweighs why they wouldn't be barbaric. The Mongols used psychological warfare, which very well falls into the category
One of the biggest warriors in history come from feudal Japan during the Twelfth century CE. The samurai are known for their strength, skill, and strategy in combat. Similar to knights in the European feudal era, these warriors were sworn to protect their daimyo, powerful and wealthy lords, in return for money and honour. This funding allowed them to acquire large expensive pieces of armour and many of the world’s finest weapons, including katanas and yumi. With powerful weaponry and high education they easily dominated on the battlefield.