Mongols

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Mongols

A nomadic central Asian people whose empire under Genghis Khan stretched from China to the Danube.
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Due to the dismissal of the cabinet formed as a result of the parliamentary elections of 2016, the Mongolian Peoples Party which took majority of seats in the parliament nominated Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh as the next Prime Minister of Mongolia.
Some data from biographies of its kings have analogies in biographies of medieval Mongolian khans and princes: probably, resulted not only from an adoption, but also from similarity in mentalities of the Tibetan and Mongolian peoples. In their later history, the Mongols derived the Golden Clan of Genghis from India, from mythical Mahasamadhi Khan, his descendants in India and then in Tibet (from the first seven kings of Tibet, in Mongolian: Sandalit Khaan), but not from China.
Between 1925 and 1928, power under the communist regime was consolidated by the Mongolian Peoples Revolutionary Party (MPRP).
Kidan'skie goroda i poseleniia na territorii Mongolskoy Narodnoy Respubliki (X vek--nachalo XII v.) [Kitan ancient towns and settlements in the territory of the Mongolian Peoples Republic (X--beginning of XII c.)].
Usually constructed from horn, sinew and wood, the bow has been the Mongolian peoples' most important weapon for centuries.
Management Development and Economic Restructuring in the Mongolian Peoples' Republic.

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