Genghis Khan

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Mongol essay The leader of the mongols was a cruel leader by the name of Genghis Khan. People lived in fear of the mongols, this was because one of Khan’s strategies was to use fear and cruelty as a weapon, there wasn 't a single person who wasn 't scared of invasion from his powerful army. The Mongolians of the Asian Steppe had a negative impact on the world during their rule of the Asian continent from 1206 to 1368 by influencing violence, population drop, and that they had too many people to control in a large area. The mongols conquered most of the world that was known. Genghis Khan, the cruel leader of the mongols had a goal to take over china. Tearing through city by city slaughtering anyone who got in his way, leaving cities in flames, and cold bodies on the ground, he had defeated his enemies once again. He had the north part of china under his control. Genghis khan moved on to his next competition. They next invaded Japan, and…show more content…
Genghis Khan was never one to show mercy, and neither did his great grandson Kublai Khan. The only difference between the two men is that Kublai refused to adapt the nomadic way of life and was stationary. Both him and his great grandson, are responsible for the negative impact the Mongols had on the world. They took over as much of the known world they could, that includes China, Japan, and Europe. The population got to be too much to handle. Kulbi then had to raise taxes, which led to many rebellions, and their dynasty came crashing down after the chinese outruled the leaders. These leaders became weak after breaking up china into four different Khanates, Khanate of the Great Khan, Chagatai Khanate, Khanate of the Golden Horde, and Ilkhanate. There army became unorganized and fragile causing them to lose almost every battle. This put an end to the cruel way of life the Mongols had put in the hands of people around the

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