In Mongol from 1200 to 1500 CE the most dramatic changes in the method of potential control have been the shift from 1 khanate to 4 khanates and scholars in different places. However, cities and towns still pay tribute, and bondage remained a very important part of methods of political control in Mongol. The biggest change that occurred from 1200 to 1500 CE was shift from one empire to 4 fragmented empires. This led to different methods of political control. In the beginning, all the empire was united under Chinggis Khan and had effectively ruled.
Should Alexander The Great Be Considered “The Great”? Ubaid Thoophany 5/11/15 Alexander the great should be considered the great because of all the great things he did. He made his kingdom overpowered, and built a name for himself and his people, which is a very brave and hard thing to do. First off, he ruled his kingdom Macedonia, well and helped it by making the right choices for his empire. Also, he fought in many wars with such bravery to prove himself worthy and determined to be known as “The Great”.
(Old and Sold) “The battle of Pultowa is one of the most famous battles in the world’s history. Charles and Peter, at that time the battle was fought, were the greatest rulers and warriors of the day, and the long and bitter struggle between them had been watched by all Europe”. (Old and Sold) Peter won the battle and with that he was able to accomplish a lot. “He was able to expand the territory of Russia and trade with it. He also introduced Russia to western culture.” (Boris Schorschoff) Although, even when Peter had finally started taking over Sweden, Turkey was left to take over.
However, during the High Middle Ages, a man named Temujin was able to break old traditions and unite all the Mongols. He was later titled "Genghis Khan" meaning "Universal Ruler (of the Mongols)".So how were they able to overthrow the wealthiest and strongest nations and kingdoms? The primary reason is their brilliant leadership, survival skills, natural toughness, and the 100% horse-based military. Every warrior in the Mongol army
As a great leader himself, came a great country. France became a super world power during these times and during the reign of Louis XIV. After the Thirty Years War, France had already been benefited and militaristically. When Louis XIV became the ruler of France, he continued these benefits and expanded upon them. He faced war when he knew he had too and gained power from each war he did face.
It a kingdom could not supply or refused to supply the empire then the local population would be killed or the city destroyed. in the Middle East the same rules applied for supplying the empire with food, soldiers, and livestock but the amounts differed greatly.in the middle east the people had to give less to the golden horde than the kingdoms in Russia did. This was due to the ease of controlling the Middle East. Un like in Russia where kingdoms would gain power ever under Mongol rule the middle east wouldn’t gain power and rise up in rebellion. Under the Mongol rule in both Russia and china people were treated well and but also brutally.
Because of World War I America would have the second largest navy in the world and largest standing army at the war’s conclusion and that massive military would now back up in the U.S.’s claim that it truly was a world power and it helped the U.S. become a major player on the world stage as well as the signing of the armistice that would follow. That is why
Justine Bade History 101-005 Alexender the Great One of our greatest military leaders in history was Alexander the Great. He had masterful strategy and tactics on the battlefield. He also exhibited a great dynamic leadership. He was extremely brave and politically cunning. His great achievements in both conquests and government caused him to become a legendary figure.
Most of the games that young kids in the Mongol society play The Mongol empire grew drastically. They were always expanding their empire. From the beginning of the thirteenth century to the end of the thirteenth century, the Mongolian territory has expanded a significant amount. This was a result of the amount of battles that they had. If in They were always fighting with others such as China and Persia expanding
The elected leaders normally exhibited the qualities and skills that were essential to survival in the steppe environment where rash action or timid hesitation could lead to the destruction of a leader's kinsmen and dependents. Although the mass of the people lived in the open country with their Islam, for example, was well supported, and the Mongols built quite a number of mosques in China. The Mongols also recruited and employed Islamic financial administrators — a move that led to good relations with the Islamic world beyond China, in particular with Persia and West