Jack Weatherford, Genghis Khan and the making of the Modern World

Jack Weatherford, Genghis Khan and the making of the Modern World.

Jack Weatherford, Genghis Khan and the making of the Modern World

Jack Weatherford historian-anthropologist expresses the theme of Mongol Military tactics in theory and practice, in an extraordinary way in the book Genghis Khan and the making of the Modern World. We analyzed the topic exclusively with my group mate and came up with the objective information on that topic. We found the topic to be much enlightening not just on the Genghis but the entire Mongol community. With the help of innovation and strive for the community, the Mongol were able to conquer the best part of Asian, Middle East and the Eastern Europe for a period almost a century. The unity and dedication of the military personnel and their commander are the ones that enabled Mongol who was nomadic to win most of the quest and contributed a lot to Europe civilization. All these details we were able to see them and analyze them collaboratively.

The information that we gathered from the book about the Mongol military practice and the theory was precise. We did a detailed research about Mongol military as required for students in level 300. We looked on precise details that made Mongol military to survive for almost a century in battle. We tried to find out what made the Mongol to be defeated by Vietnam and Japan. We found that Mongol military was able to win most of its battle in Asia because of its organization. All the military personnel were honest, trustworthy and united. The division of the military made them defeated by Vietnam and Japan in 1299.

The tactics that the Mongol Military used were outstanding which made them emerge victorious in the war. The most common tactics that they used are; every Mongol soldier required having three horse, which enables them to travel with speed without their animals becoming tired. Possession of many horses among Mongolian soldiers enabled them to defeat Hungary army. Mongol soldiers trained on horsemanship, unit tactic, and archery. They trained repeatedly to enhance their competence. Mongol had an effective way of getting information and communication through written messages around the Roman Empire. The Mongol soldiers they depended upon on the packed dried food. This made them able to withstand the battle, unlike many agrarian empires.

Mongol military shows different types of images, arts, artifacts and maps that later become important during European civilization. Most of the artifacts and arts they were developed by Genghis who was the leader of the Mongol army. The Mongol culture changed fine art and literature of the people they colonized. The artistic work of Mongolian appears in things like textile work and decoration, architecture, stone carving, jewelry, paper money and Mongolian music.

The Mongolian military is depicted as barbarism and cruel nomadic warriors that hinder civilization in the world. Surprisingly the military contributed a lot to European civilization, which made Europe and Asia flourish. The army led to the global awakening and advancement of technologies. Most of the weapons such as the gunpowder used by Mongolian, they in turn used by European during the time of exploration. European continent was able to identify war was the way to power, so it imitated most of the Mongolian tactics of war and weapons of the war that existed in the 20th century in the European continent. Jack Weatherford revives the exact history of Mongolian military, giving out all the tactics that they used to win various battles until their defeat. The victory and fall of Mongolian military tactics do not contribute only to history archives but tests us to reexamine how the contemporary world is established.

 

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Jack Weatherford, Genghis Khan and the making of the Modern World