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NOMADS Movement Animals Open, free SETTLED Sedentary Agriculture Confined, “slavery”
Nomadic Pastoralism Movement Land Animals Tribe
MONGOLS:OTHERS: 1 mil. China, M.E., Russia Millions
Training Weapons Short bow 350 yds. Europe: 250 yds.
Basic unit Tumens: 10k Subunits Commanders: control
100% cavalry Combat: heavy Archers: light Horses Best bred, trained miles/day
Scout parties Messenger corps Days on horse Logistics unit
Psychological Terror Demoralizing Discipline, strategy
Mobility Cavalry Few provisions
Strategy, diplomacy United Million people Army 10%
Grandson Chinggis Khan China
Travel, comm. Conquered people = new talent Specialists Marco Polo
Chinese, inferior Taxes Religious toleration Wealth
Technology Hygiene Daily baths Chinese culture Little change
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