The Mongol Empire: Its Rise and Legacy
Transaction Publishers, 1967 - 581 pagina's
The rise of the Mongol empire under Jenghis Khan and his successors, and its gradual decay. With a concluding chapter on the place of Mongolia in the world today.
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Beginning with Temujin, of course the four generations of the Central Asian Empire are laid out. The prose is clear, but it is very much a standard account. Volledige review lezen
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