The Devil's Horsemen: The Mongol Invasion of Europe

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Castle Books, 2003 - History - 200 pages
Based on a weath of contemporary sources, The devil's horsemen examines the origins and consequences of the Mongol invasion of Europe. It decribes the tactics and training of the first army the world has ever seen, and tells the story of Subedei Bahadur, the illiterate military genius who brought twentieth warfare to medieval Europe.

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The Devil's Horsemen: The Mongol Invasion of Europe

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In his 1979 release, Chambers chronicles how in the 1200s Mongolian hordes led by Subedei Bahadur and others hacked their way through Christian Europe with remarkable ferocity. The text is accompanied by maps and illustrations. Read full review

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User Review  - Gabriel - Goodreads

This was a very interesting book. I do wish there was more information on Mongolian culture. Also, the end of the book digresses into a sort of list of events and becomes tedious. Still a great read. Read full review

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