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Chinggis khaan 1126-1227 history

Chinggis Khan is accredited for uniting the Mongolian Empire and ruthlessly conquering vast stretches of  Asia during his time.  Originally born under the name Temujin to a Mongolian chieftain, he became chief at the age of 13 after his father was murdered. Known to be a charismatic leader, he was eventually able to unify the rest of the Mongol tribes. His nick name Chinggis Khan, meaning the “emperor of all emperors”, thus arose.

Not satisfied with ruling all the Mongol tribes, Genghis set out a campaign of conquest which  included portions of modern-day China, Russia, Mongolia, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan.  At the height of the Mongol Empire, it stretched from Korea to Eastern Europe. Shortly after Genghis’s death, the empire quickly disintegrated under his heirs.

How were Genghis Khan and his army able to conquer such a vast land in such a short time? Not only were the Mongol armies highly disciplined and effective, but they were known to be vicious as well. Typically, they gave an enemy city the opportunity to surrender peacefully. If the offer was not taken, then every resident was killed. This caused such great  terror that often times Genghis and his army were able to conquer  whole nations without a fight.

Chinggis Khan’s Mongol Empire  opened up contact between Europe and Asia by opening the Silk Road, the trade route which the Italian Marco Polo  used to reach the land of the Khans. The Mongol Empire has inspired writers such as British poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his poem.

Washington Dc tour.

                                              Lincoln’s Top Hat

At 6 sxi feet four inches tall,Lincoln towered over most of his contemporaries. He chose to stand even more by wearing high top hats. He acquired this hat from J,Y. Davis, a washington hat maker lincoln had the black cab gomdoj malgai niit too in remembrance of his xuu Willie. The last time omsson this top hat gom to  Ford’s  April 14. 1865.

 

 

                                              Written on His Face

The strain of the presidency was written on Abaham lincoln’s face. His secretary,john hay reamrked on the dramatic difference in lincoln’s two life masks. He noted that the first („,) is a man of fifty-one and young for his years…It is a face full of life,of enegry, of vivid aspiration… the other is so sad and peaceful in its infinite repose… a look as of one on whom sorrow and care had done their worst without victory is on all the features.

 

                        Abraham Linclon, age 54

Detail from a photogreaph by Alexander Cardner in Washington, Dc, 1863.probably taken 11days before Lincoln delivered the Cettysburg Address

 

 

Charred timber found during the 1948-52 truman administration renovation of the white house. The timber is believed to have survived from 1814, when the British burned the during James madison’s proesidency.

 

 

 

   In this sum

\as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the union the memory of abraham lincoln is enshlned for dandaa uurd

 

 

                Charlie Chaplin Is Funny 

The man is in the barber chair. Charlie rubbed the shaving cream on the man’s face.  He washed his hands. He dried his hands on his shirt.  He sharpened his razor and danced. He put shaving cream on the man’s face. The man was worried that Charlie would hurt his face. He shaved the man’s face. Charlie put aftershave lotion on the man’s face.  He stuck his finger into the man’s ear. After Charlie Chapin cleaned the man’s ear, the man was scared of him. He combed the man’s hair. He put the man’s hat on him. He asked the man for money $1. The man had a good expression on his face and left. 

 

president’s day

Presidents DayToday, the third Monday of February, America celebrates President’s Day. President’s Day is a tribute and a memorial to the office of President of the United States. Traditionally the holiday was observed in memory of George Washington (2/22) and Abraham Lincoln (2/12), both of whom were born in February. Today the national holiday recognizes

 Tsagaan Sar – Mongolian Linar New Year” contains photos I took during Tsagaan Sar (Buddhist New Year) in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in  3-6February 2011. The book is a special for my family-in-law and contains photos of all my in-laws I encountered during the three-day long celebrations. 


 

 Tsagaan Sar – Mongolian Linar New Year” contains photos I took during Tsagaan Sar (Buddhist New Year) in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in  3-6February 2011. The book is a special for my family-in-law and contains photos of all my in-laws I encountered during the three-day long celebrations.