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Pages I've got my eye on
- Mongol Empire
- Mongol invasions
- List of Mongol Khans
- 13th Century
- Yuan Dynasty
- Mongol Invasions of Japan
- Mongols before Genghis Khan
- Military advances of Genghis Khan
- Daily Life in the Mongol Empire
- Organization of state under Genghis Khan
People of the Mongol Empire:
- Genghis Khan - No explanation needed.
- Jebe - (nickname meaning "the Arrow"), was one of the four "dogs of war". After surrendering to Temujin, Jebe made several accomplishments, including destroying Kuchlug's Kara-Khitai and defeating the Kievan Rus' in several battles, expanding the Mongol Empire considerably.
- Subutai - He was one of the four "dogs of war". One of the most prominent generals from the others, a brilliant strategist and good friend of Genghis Khan and his sons, he accompanied Jebe in his battles against Kara-Khitai and the Kievan Rus' and in the conquest of eastern and central Europe after Genghis Khan with his grandson Batu Khan.
- Muqali - Joined before the defeat of Jamuqa. One of the four "talented men" of Genghis Khan. Made the general of left-wing tumen. During Genghis Khan's conquest of Khwarezmid Empire, Muqali was the supreme commander of all Mongol forces in Jin China.
- Borchu - One of the four "talented men" of Genghis Khan, Borchu joined as one of the earliest generals of Genghis Khan. He was made the general of right-wing tumen and was revered as a tough commander with great leadership skills.
- Borokhul - One of the four "talented men" of Genghis Khan, Borokhul defected from Jamuqa.
- Chilaun - One of the four "talented men" of Genghis Khan, Chilaun's family helped Temujin when he was captured by the Tai'chuids.
- Qubilai - He was one of the four "dogs of war".
- Jelme - Another early general of Genghis Khan. He was one of the four "dogs of war" and was the commander of the personal guard of Genghis Khan.
- Baidar - Led the first mongol raid against Poland (1241) alongside with Kaidu.
- Guo Kan - Although not a mongolian, he was greatly admired by Mongke and Hulagu Khan for his military thinkings, he played a key role in the taking of baghdad and the destruction of the hassassin sect.
- Kaidu - Led the first mongol raid against Poland alongside with Baidar.
- Kadan - Led the mongol raid against Transylvania (1241).
- Qitbuqa - One of the Hulagu's principal generals. Killed in the Battle of Ain Jalut.
- Nogai Khan - Led the second mongol raid against Poland in 1259, the Golden Horde's armies in the war against Ilkhanate in the mid-1260s and the second mongol invasion against Hungary in 1284.