How Did the Mongols Accomplish the Conquest of Such a Large Territory Within Such a Short Period of Time?

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During the early thirteenth century Chinggis Khan and his following successors helped forge various tribes in to a powerful alliance that built the largest empire the world has ever seen. The Mongolian empire reached great in size in such a short period of time. This was basically because of the sturdy Mongol army and many efficient policies the Khan family established. The Mongols were very knowledgeable in military tactics. There empire had a strong sense of unity, helping the empire get so great so rapidly. There allies also contributed to the Mongolian empire. By the time of Chinggis Khan's death in 1227, he had laid the foundation of a vast and mighty empire, which continued to grow with his tactics set in stone.
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There was also a group of Mongols called the Golden Hord and they established its authority in Russia, therefore able to take over that area, expanding the Mongolian empire even more. They even had nomadic allies that help them.

Chingiss khan and his successors helped maintain a messaging network to get information all around the Mongolian empire. Having this the Mongols could invade foes and be prepaid in the mater of hours. The information network was essential to the mongol, and the protection of Roads.

The Uighur Turks were the Mongols most important allies; they help govern the city the Mongols took over. This is which help the conquest of such a large territory within such a short period of time because the Mongols didn't have to find anyone to meet that need. They could use their Mongolians to keep on expanding, rather than reestablishing the country they just conquered. This would be a really slow process.

The Mongols accomplished so much in such a short period of time. The Mongolian empire was one of the greatest and Larges Empire in the world. The Mongolians used there strong army and skilled horseman to do the expanding. There military tactics were amazing. The Mongols had a drive for power using there powers of revenge as well as fear. They used there allies well and both nations prospered. The Mongolian empire is just the simply summary to a


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