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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video asking if the Mongols were Religiously Tolerant, as we look at how the Mongol empire engaged with various religions in their realm, including Islam, Christianity, Buddhism and Daoism.
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video in which we are trying to deduce if the founder of the Mongol Empire Genghis Khan is the ancestor of millions of people using the most recent genetic studies.
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video debunking the Tartaria Conspiracy theory as we will tell you what is the truth about this myth.
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video explaining how and why thee Mongols lost China and the Yuan dynasty was kicked out.
 

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Proto Mongols Xiongnu


quite amazing Huo qubing was only a child around 19-20yrs old when he led his army and destroyed the xiongnu
 
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Proto Mongols Xiongnu


quite amazing Huo qubing was only a child around 19-20yrs old when he led his army and destroyed the xiongnu

The Xiongnu folks were a mixture between some nomadized Sinic people and Proto-Turkic people.

And the Mongols were a mixture between Turkic people and Khitans.

Genghis Khan's main enemy was the Jin/Jurchen Dynasty (ancestor of the Manchus), and it was his offspring the one who had conquered half part of Europe.

The Tungusic Jurchens/Manchus and Mongols were also long time rivals, and when one side became stronger, and it would also dream to subjugate the other side.
 
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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video explaining how and why the Mongols lost Russia and the Golden Horde was destroyed.
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video explaining how and why the Mongol Empire fell in China, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Iran and overall.
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video on the lost history of the Mongol leader Genghis khan (Chinggis), as we try to deduce what he was doing for the 10 years he is absent in the sources. Was he a mercenary of the Jin dynasty and did they created their worst enemy?...
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video on Mongol ideology as we discuss why Chinggis Khan wanted to conquer the world and thought that it is his destiny.
 

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The Mongol Empire emerged from the unification of nomadic tribes in the Mongol homeland under the leadership of Genghis Khan, who was proclaimed ruler of all Mongols in 1206. The empire grew rapidly under the rule of him and his descendants, who sent invasions in every direction.

Originating in the steppes of Central Asia, the Mongol Empire eventually stretched from Central Europe to the Sea of Japan, extending northwards into Siberia, eastwards and southwards into the Indian subcontinent, Indochina, and the Iranian plateau, and westwards as far as the Levant and Arabia.

The Battle of Yehuling, literally the Battle of Wild Fox Ridge, was a major decisive battle fought between the Mongol Empire and Jurchen-led Jin dynasty during the first stage of the Mongol conquest of the Jin dynasty. The battle was fought between August and October 1211 at Yehuling (野狐嶺; lit. "Wild Fox Ridge"), which is located northwest of present-day Wanquan District, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province. The battle, which concluded with a decisive Mongol victory, was followed by the assassination of the Jin emperor, Wanyan Yongji, by one of his generals. It also hastened the weakening and decline of the Jin dynasty.
Yes but I believe Genghis Khan was a ruthless and cruel man. He killed many innocents.
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video explaining how the Mamluks defended against the Mongols. In our previous episode we discussed the European defence against the Mongol invasions.
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video explaining how the Chinese defended against the Mongols. In our previous episode we discussed the European defence against the Mongol invasions and how the Mamluks defended against them.
 

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The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video explaining how the Chinese defended against the Mongols. In our previous episode we discussed the European defence against the Mongol invasions and how the Mamluks defended against them.
If China wasn't fighting and invading each other (3 countries) Things would be very different for sure.
 

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