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Attributes of mongol army


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The amazing military achievements of the Mongols under Genghis Khan and his successors were due to superior strategy and tactics rather than to numerical strength. Mongol armies were chiefly composed of cavalry which afforded them a high degree of mobility and speed.

The Mongol Empire was noted for its sheer military power, a rapid communication system based on relay stations, paper currency, diplomatic immunity and safe travel under Pax Mongolica. These features facilitated the growth, strength and flexibility of the Empire in responding to ever-changing circumstances.

The Mongols conquered vast swathes of Asia in the 13th and 14th century CE thanks to their fast light cavalry and excellent bowmen, but another significant contribution to their success was the adoption of their enemies' tactics and technology that allowed them to defeat established military powers in China, Persia, ...

The Mongols were a nomadic people from the steppes of Central Asia. Known as fierce horsemen and warriors, the Mongol clans were united in 1206 by the powerful chief Temujin, later known as Genghis Khan. ... However, Genghis Khan was not only a skilled conqueror, but also a great ruler.

A combination of training, tactics, discipline, intelligence and constantly adapting new tactics gave the Mongol army its savage edge against the slower, heavier armies of the times. ... The light compound bow used by the Mongols had great range and power, the arrows could penetrate plate armor at a close distance.

Mongol warriors are known for their ruthlessness and ferocity. It is said that they used to eat and entire human in mere minutes. They also liked to drink human blood. ... Mongols were known to be nomads.

Genghis Khan brought the writing system to Mongolia that is still used by many Mongolians. The Mongol empire spared teachers of taxation and led to the great spread of printing all over East Asia. They also helped the rise of an educated class in Korea.

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