Mongol Soldiers

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Genghis Khan - Military Campaigns - Khwarezmian Empire
... Genghis Khan then sent again a second group of three ambassadors (two Mongols and a Muslim) to meet the Shah himself instead of the governor Inalchuq ... campaigns by organizing together around 200,000 soldiers (20 tumens), his most capable generals and some of his sons ... The Mongol army under Genghis Khan, generals and his sons crossed the Tien Shan mountains by entering the area controlled by the Khwarezmian Empire ...
Temuchin - Military Campaigns - Khwarezmian Empire
... Genghis Khan then sent again a second group of three ambassadors (two Mongols and a Muslim) to meet the Shah himself instead of the governor Inalchuq ... by organizing together around 200,000 soldiers (20 tumens), his most capable generals and some of his sons ... The Mongol army under Genghis Khan, generals and his sons crossed the Tien Shan mountains by entering the area controlled by the Khwarezmian Empire ...
Mongol Invasion Of Khwarezmia - Sieges of Bukhara, Samarkand, and Urgench
... The Mongols arrived at the gates of Bukhara virtually unnoticed ... The Bukharan garrison was made up of Turkish soldiers and led by Turkish generals, who attempted to break out on the third day of the siege ... The city leaders opened the gates to the Mongols, though a unit of Turkish defenders held the city's citadel for another twelve days ...

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