the monks of kublal khan emperor of china

Ogdai succeeded Chingiz as Kakhan, and in 1234 hecaptured Pien, thecapital of the Chins, and annexed North China; the Chinese Emperor AiTsung hanged himself. In 1236 Ogdai sent expeditions against Corea andthe Sungs, and Eastern Europe. The Mongols invaded Russia and destroyedRianzan, Moscow and Kieff, and then marched into Hungary and Poland. In1241 Prince Batu took Esztergom by assault. Soon after this, newsreached the Mongol princes that Ogdai (Plate VII) had drunk himself todeath (December 11, 1241), and they evacuated Europe, and returned toKara Karam.

Pax__ peace in China after the Mongol invasion - …

This gave the Manchus a pretext for claiming authority over Tibet after their conquest of Mongolia.

Mongols in China, Persia, & Russia: Summary …

As soon as Arghon ascended the throne he began toconsider thepossibility of conquering Syria and Palestine, and getting possessionof the Holy Sepulchre, but he knew that it was impossible to do thiswithout the help of the kings in Europe. He therefore summoned MarYahbh-Allaha and told him to select an ambassador who was able andwilling to go to Byzantium and other countries and carry out hismission successfully. The envoy chosen was Rabban Sawma, and how heperformed, his task has already been shown.

Mongols in China, Persia, & Russia: Summary

Ogdai was succeeded by Kuyuk, or Kuyuek, whoreigned somesay three, and some say seven, years. His physicians and chiefofficials were Christians, and a church-tent stood close to the royalpavilion. Kuyuk was succeeded by Mengku, or Mangu, the eldest soil ofTule, and nephew of Ogdai, on July 1, 1251, and he promptly put todeath his cousin's widow and the royal princes. Soon after hisaccession dissensions broke out in Persia, and Mangu sent his brotherHulagu to restore order. Hulagu marched through Samarkand and Kesh,crossed the Oxus, and by way of Balkh invaded Kohistan. The king, Roknad-Din Gfirshah II, was killed (1256), and 800,000 of his subjects weremassacred. Hulagu then marched on to Baghdad, which he captured andpillaged in an atrocious fashion (February, 1258). Whilst at BaghdadHulagu ordered his astronomer Nasir ad-Din to build an observatory atMaraghah. Hulagu next attacked Aleppo, which he captured and sacked,and went on to Damascus (1260), the governor of which had sense enoughto surrender. Whilst preparing to capture Jerusalem, news of Mangu'sdeath reached him, and having appointed Kitubuka commander of his army,he returned to Mongolia. When the Kuriltai, i.e. the assembly of Chiefsto elect a successor to Mangu, took place, Hulagu was empowered to ruleover all the lands which he had conquered, but he declared himself tobe an independent king. Thereupon he assumed the title of "Il-Khan,"and so became the founder of the line of Il-Khan kings, who ruled overPersia until 1335

Mongolian independence, at least from China, was henceforth under the protection of the Soviet Union.
And it was the sons of Tuli, after the conquest of Russia, who carried out the greatest subsequent conquests, of the Middle East and China.

The Mongol Khans & the Oghullar of Rum - Friesian …

During his campaign against China, he had 90,000 soldiers while Chinese had over 1 million troops. His army killed a half of the Chinese military, while the other half had to defect to the Mongol army.

Sometimes, as in the invasions of Japan, extraordinary circumstances, in that case the

EMPEROR OF CHINA - Assyrian International News Agency

Mandughuli1463?-1467Bayan Mongke1467-1470civil war, 1470-c.1485Dayan Khan1479-1543Altan Khan1543-1583Devastating raids into China, 1550; converted to Buddhism by the Dalai Lama, 1578rebellion, Mongolia breaks upKudeng Darayisun1547-1557Tumen Jasaghtu1557-1592Sechen Khan1592-1604Ligdan Khan1604-1634TumedSenge Dugureng1583-1587Gartu1587-?

Altan Khan looks like the last vigorous and effective Mongolian ruler, striking blows against China that deeply discomfited the Ming government.

Twentieth Century Atlas - Historical Body Count

What Genghis accomplished himself was mostly to absorb kingdoms in Central Asia that most people would not have heard of anyway, but his sons and grandsons accomplished the conquests of China, Russia, Korea, Iran, and Iraq -- just to mention the most famous places.