New PDF release: Breve historia de Gengis Kan y el pueblo mongol

By Borja Pelegero Alcaide

Considerado por unos un merciless asesino, un tirano de puño de hierro, y por otros uno de los mayores estadistas de l. a. historia, sólo hay una cosa clara sobre Gengis Kan: gobernó el mayor imperio de l. a. historia.

Entre los angeles biografía y l. a. hisitoria del imperio mongol, Breve historia de Gengis Kan nos presenta los angeles vida de este caudillo nómada que construyó un imperio que se extendía desde Europa hasta Japón. Desde una perspectiva objetiva basada en l. a. aportación de datos rigurosos, el autor nos detalla los angeles vida del emperador mongol: su difícil infancia como huérfano, su ascenso en l. a. jerarquía social en su juventud y su muerte como jefe de todas las tribus de los angeles estepa.

Borja Pelegero evita los angeles demonización de Gengis Kan, pero también l. a. loa y nos presenta su ascensión y sus victorias en un estilo accesible que facilita los angeles comprensión de esta figura histórica tan controvertida. En el inicio del libro nos contextualiza l. a. división de Mongolia en nómadas y sedentarios para hacernos ver los angeles superioridad militar de los primeros. Una vez nos ha puesto en situación, el autor nos relata los angeles vida del Kan -nacido con el nombre de Temujin-, deteniéndose en su infancia y su progresivo ascenso en el que tuvo que vencer a sus antiguos jefes Yamqua y Togril. A partir de ahí Gengis Kan se convierte en jan (jefe) de los angeles estepa y comenzará un proceso de expansión y de victorias militares increíble.

El autor nos da una versión completísima de las campañas militares mostrándonos no sólo su desarrollo sino también, en una introducción, el modo de vida de los pueblos vencidos. Concluye el libro con los angeles polémica sobre las causas de los angeles muerte de Gengis Kan y una valoración sobre sus logros y las atrocidades que cometió. Los mapas, las leyendas y anécdotas y los grabados y fotografías insertos, ayudan a l. a. comprensión overall de esta controvertida figura.

Razones para comprar l. a. obra:

• Nos introduce l. a. figura de Gengis Kan desde l. a. descripción de los nómadas y los sedentarios mongoles.
• los angeles obra presenta una detallada descripción de las batallas que venció el Kan.
• Se detiene, como ninguna otra obra en castellano, a analizar los angeles infancia y l. a. juventud de Gengis Kan, lo que ayuda a los angeles comprensión de l. a. figura.
• Completa l. a. descripción del personaje con los angeles contextualización de los pueblos que invadió.

Un libro que ayuda a conocer a esta figura que unificó a todas las tribus de Mongolia por encima de sus diferencias étnicas, innovó en tácticas militares colocando muñecos encima de los caballos, pero también diezmó a los pueblos conquistados y usó sus civiles como escudos humanos.

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The princes also introduced the town’s claim to its extremely modest fame, a large stud farm that produced valuable horses. For Clarice Lispector’s birthplace, this is an almost uncannily appropriate industry. ”5 “After entering the town, we see a Roman Catholic church with a green roof and a high bell tower,” the Polish traveler Kraszewski wrote after a visit in 1843. “Only vases decorate the tops of the walls that surround the ruins of Prince Lubomirski’s palace. . The town and market are empty, houses are poor, low, lopsided, and made of clay.

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3 Following Chagan’s lead, more refugees arrived at the beginning of the sixteenth century, runaway serfs whose lives under their Polish owners were bad enough to risk settling in a territory subject to the terror of unremitting Tatar invasion. An elaborate system of tunnels underneath the buildings provided shelter. There were three main interconnected passageways, some as deep as five meters under the ground and up to two meters tall. Most houses, and almost all Jewish houses, had camouflaged entrances to the catacombs in their basement.

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