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Unformatted text preview: 4. Any problems mentioned? Stereotypes? Documentary notes-Genghis Kahn worshiped as an idol, he united the Mongols, turning the Mongols into a fighting force against Asian Societies. A very mobile army. Expanded through military warfare.-Everything they need they take from there animals, were never tied down to the land-Mongol empire continued to grow even after Genghis Kahns death-Law and order was enforce have Genghis Kahns death-Began a more sophisticated economy using trade and paper money-Religious toleration -Kublai Kahn (considered the most powerful Kahn by Marco Polo) was occupied with pleasure more than with expansion. Women were the most influential in his court. -Attempted to conquer Japan but the army was destroyed by a typhoon -Mamluk soldiers were first to halt the Mongols expansion into the West. Egypt became the center for Islam.-...
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