The Mongol Empire: Its Rise and Legacy (Google eBook)

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Transaction Publishers, 1940 - Asia - 581 pages
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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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Review: The Mongol Empire: Its Rise and Legacy

User Review  - Bryn Hammond - Goodreads

Why do I like this one? It's an older book - the German dates from 1935, as far as I can determine; I've seen it scorned as a less than serious contender in Mongol histories. I didn't expect much when ... Read full review

Review: The Mongol Empire: Its Rise and Legacy

User Review  - Mikey B. - Goodreads

Fascinating, if somewhat fictionalized and romanticized account of Jenghiz and the Mongol riders. It is interesting to read of perhaps the 'last struggle' of nomads successfully combating a sedentary agrarian-urban population. The story loses its lustre after the demise of Jenghiz and then Kublai. Read full review

Contents

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ix
II
15
III
22
IV
39
V
54
VI
65
VII
83
VIII
103
XXII
304
XXIV
318
XXV
342
XXVI
358
XXVII
370
XXVIII
382
XXIX
391
XXXI
405

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XI
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XII
158
XIV
180
XV
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XVI
211
XVII
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XVIII
234
XIX
248
XX
271
XXI
287
XXXII
412
XXXIII
423
XXXV
436
XXXVI
452
XXXVII
466
XXXVIII
475
XXXIX
490
XL
508
XLI
520
XLII
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