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  • Book

    Adler, P. J. and Pouwels, R. L.

    World civilizations

    2016 - Cengage Learning - Boston

    In-text: (Adler and Pouwels 233-242)

    Your Bibliography: Adler, Philip J, and Randall Lee Pouwels. World Civilizations. 8th ed. Boston: Cengage Learning, 2016. Print.

  • Journal

    Breitman, R.

    Hitler and Genghis Khan

    1990 - Journal of Contemporary History

    In-text: (Breitman 337-351)

    Your Bibliography: Breitman, Richard. "Hitler And Genghis Khan." Journal of Contemporary History 25.2 (1990): 337-351. Print.

  • Journal

    Haw, S.

    The Mongol Empire – the first ‘gunpowder empire’?

    2013 - Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

    In-text: (Haw 441-469)

    Your Bibliography: Haw, Stephen. "The Mongol Empire – The First ‘Gunpowder Empire’?." Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 23.3 (2013): 441-469. Web.

  • Website

    Johnson, J.

    The Mongol Dynasty

    2019

    In-text: (Johnson)

    Your Bibliography: Johnson, Jean. "The Mongol Dynasty." Asia Society. N.p., 2019. Web. 18 Aug. 2019.

  • Journal

    Kim, S.

    A Forgotten Globalization: ‘The Long Tenth Century’, Pax Mongolica, and Neo-Confucianism

    2008 - Society and Theory

    In-text: (Kim 251)

    Your Bibliography: Kim, SangJun. "A Forgotten Globalization: ‘The Long Tenth Century’, Pax Mongolica, And Neo-Confucianism." Society and Theory 13 (2008): 251. Print.

  • Book

    May, T.

    The Mongols

    2019 - Arc Humanities Press - Amsterdam

    In-text: (May)

    Your Bibliography: May, Timothy. The Mongols. 1st ed. Amsterdam: Arc Humanities Press, 2019. Print.

  • Journal

    Morgan, D.

    The Decline and Fall of the Mongol Empire

    2009 - Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

    In-text: (Morgan 427-437)

    Your Bibliography: Morgan, David. "The Decline And Fall Of The Mongol Empire." Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 19.4 (2009): 427-437. Web.

  • Journal

    Munkh-Erdene, L.

    Where Did the Mongol Empire Come From Medieval? Mongol Ideas of People, State and Empire

    2011 - Inner Asia

    In-text: (Munkh-Erdene 211-237)

    Your Bibliography: Munkh-Erdene, Lhamsuren. "Where Did The Mongol Empire Come From Medieval? Mongol Ideas Of People, State And Empire." Inner Asia 13.2 (2011): 211-237. Print.

  • Book

    Nicolle, D.

    The Mongol Warlords: Genghis Khan, Kublai Khan, Hulegu, Tamerlane

    1990 - Brookhampton Press - London

    In-text: (Nicolle)

    Your Bibliography: Nicolle, David. The Mongol Warlords: Genghis Khan, Kublai Khan, Hulegu, Tamerlane. 2nd ed. London: Brookhampton Press, 1990. Print.

  • Journal

    Sanders, A. J. K. and Onon, U.

    The History and the Life of Chinggis Khan.

    1993 - Pacific Affairs

    In-text: (Sanders and Onon 108)

    Your Bibliography: Sanders, Alan J. K., and Urgunge Onon. "The History And The Life Of Chinggis Khan.." Pacific Affairs 66.1 (1993): 108. Web. 15 Aug. 2019.

  • Journal

    Smith, J. M.

    Mongol and Nomadic Taxation

    1970 - Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies

    In-text: (Smith 46)

    Your Bibliography: Smith, John Masson. "Mongol And Nomadic Taxation." Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 30 (1970): 46. Print.

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