The Mongol Unification of China

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2019-12-07
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Assesses the Mongol achievements in China and re-considers their significance, arguing that the Mongols did not merely cause harm but also brought many benefits, not least bringing together nearly the whole of what was later referred to as 'China' and devising a system of government that, more or less successfully, held it together.

Table of Contents

Introduction: views of Mongol rule in China 1. China before the Mongol conquests 2. The submission of the Uighurs of Gaochang and the Mongol campaigns against Xi Liao and Xi Xia 3. The conquest of the Jin empire 4. Mongol rule in north China 5. The campaign against Dali 6. Early relations with Song - alliances and warfare 7. The conquest of Tibet 8. The final overthrow of Song 9. Campaigns in Yunnan and South-east Asia 10. Internal dissent and rebellion - Arigh Boke, Nayan, Khaidu 11. Korea and Japan 12. Mongol administration under Khubilai Khan and later 13. The collapse of Mongol rule in China 14. The legacy of the Yuan dynasty

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