Mongol And Jin Dynasty Essay

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On 1211, the battle of the Mongols and Jin dynasty commenced between Chinese forces led by their 2 leaders Shi Tianze and Liu Heima and Mongol forces led by Genghis Khan over the long run rule of northern grassland and therefore the enlargement of the Mongolian Empire.
The background of the Mongols conquest of the Jin dynasty is that the Jin collected Tribute from the steppe tribes and caused rivalries between them. When the Mongols came together under Khabul Khan, the Jin got the Tatars to destroy them. The Mongols were able to guide them out of the there base. The Tatars finally captured the Kabul's successor and handed him to the Jurchen court which they nailed him to a mule. Sometime in 1210, a delegation showed up at the court of Genghis
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Soon after he explained that he had not seek this war against the Jurchens. Once the conquest of Tangut started, there were multiple attacks between the times 1207-1209. Once the Mongols attacked the Jin, Ala 'Qush supported Genghis Khan and showed him a safe road to the heart of Jin. The first big battle with the Mongol empire and the Jin dynasty was called the “Battle of Fox Hill” which took place in Zhangjiakou. The commander of the Jin Dynasty army made the wrong choice with not attacking the Mongols with the opportunity they had but instead, they sent a messenger to the Mongols territory telling them that the Jin army was waiting for them so soon after, they battled at Badger Pass as the Mongols killed thousands of Jin…show more content…
However, Genghis Khan was hurt by an arrow in his knee in after the Mongols returned from their relaxation in the borderlands. When the Mongol army gathered around Zhongdu in 1213, Jin generals assembled a militia with more than ten thousand men who caused several defeats on the Mongols. In 1214, Genghis Khan gathered around the Court of the Golden Khan. The Jin general Heishilie Hushai had murdered the emperor Wanyan Yongji. The Mongols surrounded the capital, the Jin temporarily agreed to become a tributary of the
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