Contrary to popular portrayal, the Mongols were not simply bloodthirsty barbarians cutting a swath of destruction across the eastern world. They were ruthless in war, but they were also a well-organized military force whose leadership excelled at strategy and military innovation. This examination of Mongol military prowess dives into their greatest conquests across Eurasia, their advances in both military and civilian technology, and their political leadership in managing conquered peoples of different cultures and traditions.
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