Genghis Khan’s sole objective wasn’t solely based on barbarism but rather a multitude of reasons such as a need for resources, but the main reason was the hate towards the Jin Dynasty who wanted to turn Mongol tribes against each other so that they would be easier to rule. One key mistake that the Jin made was that they would send troops and other important resources to the weaker tribes, which helped give the Mongols the boost they needed when Genghis Khan united them. Genghis Khan was quite fortunate to have a father in the position that we was, because of his father’s position of power and his mother’s teaching, Genghis Khan was able to use these gifts to unite many years of bad blood with neighboring tribes and allow them to have a common purpose. Genghis Khan used his opportunity’s wisely to be in a place of leadership from a young age and learn from others mistakes to ensure that his people never know suffering again, to the dedication he put into creating one of the most disciplined, largest, and most feared army the world has ever seen all the way unto is untimely death In 1227 in which the exact cause for his death was unknown, but what was known that over an entire millennia later, the world still remembers the most influential political and war leader of all
The Mongols were, undoubtedly, overwhelmingly barbaric. This is seen through their actions, and way of life. The Mongol empire in comparison to other empires and groups in terms of world conquests and death tolls, have alarmingly high numbers. The Mongol empire stretched across parts of modern day Russia, to China, to Persia, and more (Doc.
Just the casualties of Operation Barbarossa numbered 775 000, not counting soldiers that remained in Europe, which greatly outnumbers the Allies. No matter how much of a surprise Operation Overlord took the Nazis by due to the large difference in manpower and fighting force, Operation Overlord would never have led to the Allies victory. Therefore the Germans’ invasion of the soviet Union that caused them so many lives led to their defeat and the success of Operation
The Mongols dominated into many different parts different around the world from between 1206- 1368. They spread from Eastern Europe to the Sea of Japan and were dominate with their military. They had many skilled archers and horseman to help in battle. They were very respectful of other dynasties beliefs through them mixing different cultures together, which is called cultural diffusion. 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.
The Mongols were easily one of the most dangerous and powerful empires in the 13th and 14th century. The Mongols were known for conquering most of the eastern empires of that time. Some may argue that the Mongols spread their culture and blended it with cultures across the eastern empires. The mongols did not desire to blend their culture and ideals with other empires but desired power and wealth and only what would benefit their own empire. The Mongols would take citizens from empires they conquered and recruit them into their army, make them slaves or require the citizens to pay tribute.
The reason that Charlemagne was the most powerful king of all of Europe was because of his leadership and character as a king. Before Charlemagne took control of the European subcontinent. The continent was in the dark ages because there was no peace in the land. There were multiple tribes who were fighting each other for total control of the land. The Frankish and Saxons were fighting each other for several decades before Charlemagne was king.
Genghis Khan led the Mongols not just to victory but assisted in the development of our world today. Moreover, the Mongols were a civilized nation because of the peaceful reign called Pax Mongolica, Khan 's religious tolerance, and their ingenious
The boy had been trained in the art of war since they were born and they had nothing else to do. These kids were taken from their family and sent to the camps at age 14. From this it was concluded that the people that fought the Mongols did not really have a chance against them. The Mongols had farther superior strategies and that is why they managed to kill so many people from the opposing armies. Even with all these things that they did they managed to try to make those empires great again but under Mongol rule.
It was common for men to outnumber women, which is what caused these laws to be put into place. “Shortage of women made them more valued than in Europe, and the Puritan emphasis on well-ordered family life led to laws protecting wives from physical abuse and allowing for divorce.” (George Brown Tindall, 113) Also colonial laws were formed to allow wives more control over property that they contributed or inherited after the death of their husbands. (George Brown Tindall, 113) Nevertheless, even with these slight improvements men were still seen as being superior to women. Which also influenced women’s roles in
INTRODUCTION The urgency of researched topic. The ethno-political palette of the modern world is complicated, because of the conflicts that have a global importance and these conflicts have become one of the main threats to the international security. Currently there is no region in the world which has no threat from the ethnic conflicts. And from this perspective the Eurasia- the continent which populated with many ethnics and nations is the region that has more ethnic conflicts than the other regions in the world. Since the end of 20th century the South Caucasus region which entered to the diplomatic language as a ‘Caucasian Balkans’ (the US politician Z. Brzezinski called the region Eurasian Balkans that included nine states such as Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan,