Present both the positives and negatives relating to the Mongols and their impact. Conclude by stating your position about whether the Mongols were good or bad, supporting that final position with your evidence.
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Starting from 1211, Genghis Khan (1167-1227) led his nomadic armies out of Mongolia, swiftly conquering most of Eurasia within a few years. Although Khan died in 1227, his sons greatly expanded the Mongol Empire across Asia into Europe, reaching as far and Poland and Germany by 1241 (Davis-Kimball 534). Although they did not move beyond this point, the Mongols controlled what is now Russia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Ukraine, Romania, the Middle and Eastern Asia and a number of other areas. In total, the Mongolian Empire, under the Khan descendants, conquered, occupied and controlled over two times the size of land mass and more than two times the population that any other family has acquired in human history. But more important is the impact that these conquests had on various aspects of human life, geography,...
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