Asia - China - Japan

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Asia PowerPoint Mr. Clutter Villegas Middle School
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Three Empires Mongols 1260-1294 Mughal Empire 1556-1605
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Genghis Khan Facts Milestones  1187?  Assumed the title of Genghis  Khan (Khan-king-president} 1206  Was proclaimed ruler of all Mongol people  by an assembly of Mongol princes following the  death of Jamuka  1221  Defeated Jalal al-Din on the banks of the  Indus River, expanding the Mongol Empire to  the greatest extent reached within his lifetime  1226  Defeated returning Jin forces on the  Huang He (Yellow River), but died the following  year while planning a continued offensive 
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Genghis Khan Continued Invented the catapults and started a postal  system. Horses were considered very valuable Legend holds that Genghis Khan was born  with a clot of blood in his hand, indicating his  destiny to become a conqueror. After defeating the Tatars, Genghis Khan  ordered the slaughter of all people taller than  a cart handle, ensuring the loyalty of the next  generation.  Grandson:  Kablai Khan 
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Ottoman Quick Facts The  Ottoman  was an imperial power, centered  around the borders of the Mediterranean Sea, that  existed from 1299 to 1922.
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