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  Batu Khan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Batu was a son of Jochi and grandson of Genghis Khan.
Batu was later instrumental in setting the house of his uncle Ögedei aside in favor of the house of Tolui, his other uncle.
Batu Khan, son of Jochi, was the overall leader, but Subutai was the actual commander in the field, and as such was present in both the northern and southern campaigns against Russia.
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 Batu Khan Biography / Biography of Batu Khan Main Biography
The Mongolian military leader Batu Khan (died 1255) conquered Russia and the adjoining territories of eastern Europe and organized the Mongol state known as the Golden Horde.
Batu was a grandson of Genghis Khan, the conqueror of Asia and founder of the Mongol Empire.
Batu early showed a talent for military and administrative affairs and distinguished himself in the service of his father, Juchi, who had been entrusted with the administration and expansion of the western section of the empire, then comprising the territory of central Asia and western Siberia.
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 batu - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Batu Khan (1203?-1255), Mongol ruler, grandson of Genghis Khan.
Batu's uncle, Ögödei, successor to Genghis Khan, sent him to invade eastern Europe,...
Selangor was under the rule of the kingdom of Malacca before coming under the rule of the Buginese (from Makassar) in the 18th century.
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 Batu Khan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Mongol khan (from 1227) and general, son of Juji Khan, and grandson of
Batu led the Mongol-Tatar armies that ravaged Eastern Europe in 1236–43.
In 1242 Batu returned to the Volga River, where he established the domain of the
www.encyclopediaofukraine.com /pages/B/A/BatuKhan.htm   (54 words)

  
 After Genghis Khan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
The Great Khan Mongke having died, however, he hastened to return for the election, and the force that remained in Palestine was destroyed by the Mamluks under Baibars in 1261 at Ayn Jalut.
Batu was unwilling to accept Guyuk as Great Khan, but did not possess the power in the kurultai to procure his own election.
Batu again remained in the west but this time gave his support to his and Guyuk's cousin, Mongke, who was duly elected Great Khan in 1251.
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 The Ultimate Batu Khan Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
Batu Khan then decided to invade Europe itself, primarily to assure his flanks were safe for the future from possible interference from the Europeans, and partially as a precursor to further conquest.
Batu Khan, son of Jochi, was the overall leader, but Subutai was the actual commander in the field, and as such was present in both the northern and southern campaigns against Russia and the Ukraine.
As Batu was advancing on Hungary from the north-east it was decided by the King to concentrate his strength at Pest and then head to the north to confront the Mongol army.
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 Batu Khan. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
In 1235 Batu became commander of the Mongol army assigned to the conquest of Europe; his chief general was Subutai.
Batu crossed the Volga, sending part of his force to Bulgaria but most of it to Russia.
His recall to Karakorum in 1242 to participate in the election of a grand khan is sometimes said to have saved Europe from subjection to the Mongols.
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 All Empires History Forum: How did Batu Khan die?
Amongst the famously acclaimed campaign, remembered by Westerners and dreaded by Eastern Europeans, were Batu Khan (the grandson of Genghis Khan and second son of Jochi), Subutai (one of Genghis Khan's surviving generals), Guiyuk (son of Ogatai Khan), and an elder grandson of Chagatai.
Batu Khan is recognized by historians as the founder of the Golden Horde.
After his death, Batu Khan was succeed by his son, but soon the power of the Golden Horde passed to his brother Berke, who was known for his conflicts with the Il Khanate in Persia.
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 Batu Khan Biography / Biography of Batu Khan 700 To 1449: Exploration and Discovery Biography
Batu Khan Biography / Biography of Batu Khan 700 To 1449: Exploration and Discovery Biography
The grandson of Genghis Khan (founder of the Mongol Empire), Batu was chosen in 1235 by his uncle Ogodei Khan, Genghis Khan's successor, to command the western part of the Mongol Empire.
Batu succeed Ogodei Khan in 1242 and established Kipchak Khanate, known as the Golden Horde because of its beautiful tents.
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 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Berke   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Berke was the ruler of the Golden Horde from 1257 to 1266, in the aftermath of the reign of his brother Batu Khan.
It was under the rule of Berke as Khan, that the Golden, or Kipchak, Horde came to the defense of the Holy Land, defeating their Mongol cousins in alliance with the Mamluks.
Berke was one of the sons of Jochi, the eldest son of Genghis Khan.
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 Jenghiz Khan articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Hulagu Khan HULAGU KHAN [Hulagu Khan], 1217-65, Mongol conqueror, grandson of Jenghiz Khan.
Kublai Khan KUBLAI KHAN [Kublai Khan], 1215-94, Mongol emperor, founder of the Yüan dynasty of China.
A descendant of Timur (Tamerlane) and of Jenghiz Khan, he succeeded (1494) to the principality of Fergana in central Asia.
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 Batu Khan
Batu Khan had been known as the most valuable commanders and the most intelligent statesman among Jenghiz's sons.
Batu Khan had established a new administrative system that extended from the banks of Irtish River towards the basin of Kama and the entire Idyll including the northern regions of Aral Sea, the banks of Ozu and the regions of Turla (Dnestr) pursuant to his conquests.
Batu Khan resided in the city of Saray; however, he was submissive to his uncle, Ogeday (Oktay) who was the Great Khan that dwelled in Karakorum in legal aspects.
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 Mongol Empire
Under the leadership of Genghis Khan and his successors, they established an empire that reached from what is now China and Korea in the east to Eastern Europe and the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in the west.
Between 1206 and 1227, when Genghis Khan died, the Mongols conquered a dominion that stretched from the China Sea to the Caspian.
Batu and his generals gave up their Eastern European territory to return for the election of a new khan.
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 Batu Khan - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Batu was appointed commander-in-chief of one of three Mongol armies...
In 1223 the Mongol armies of Genghis Khan appeared in the...
While Ogadai and his successors were completing their conquest of eastern Asia, the Mongols under Batu, grandson of Genghis Khan, surged westward...
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 Unique Facts about Asia: Mongol Empire
At the time of Genghis Khan's death in 1227, the empire was divided among his four sons with his third son as the nominal supreme Khan, but by the 1350s, the khanates were in a state of fracture and had lost the organization of Genghis Khan.
The Great Khan Möngke having died, however, he hastened to return for the election, and the force that remained in Palestine was destroyed by the Mamluks under Baibars in 1261 at Ayn Jalut.
Batu again remained in the west but this time gave his support to his and Guyuk's cousin, Möngke, who was duly elected Great Khan in 1251.
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 A. Rorlich - The Mongol Conquest
[5] Batu built himself a new capital, Saray, on the lower Volga, and as soon as it was completed, he moved there and the political center of the Golden Horde shifted to the south.
Batu Khan sent one of his fiercest commanders, Subudai, to quell a revolt led by Jiku and Baian in 1238 and 1239, and Mengu Temir himself went to the Middle Volga to put down a revolt of the local population in 1261.
By the time of Khan Ozbek's rule, it had grown into a sophisticated urban entity with a complex water supply system and a physiognomy that was distinctly Eastern and was shaped by the mosques, medreses (Muslim schools of higher learning), caravanserais, and baths.
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Genghis Khan, and the Mongolian Hordes were not just kumis-drinking, barbarian horse-archers, but one of the greatest hopes and fears of Western Europe during the 13th century.
Hoped for, because Genghis Khan's descendants, Hulegu Khan and his Christian son Mangku-Temur, led a powerful army against the Islamic nations of the Holy Land and were often thought to be Prester John's Christian army come to the aid of the beleaguered Western Crusaders.
It was 1219 when Genghis Khan and the Mongol Hordes first rode west to insure "that his empire should never be bounded by a kingdom strong enough to threaten its security." He effectively destroyed every army and nation that stood in his way.
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 Welcome to tatarworld.com !
Batu Khan, another grandson, led the Golden Horde in the conquest of Hungary, Bulgaria, and Russia in the west as well as Central Asia.
Batu Khan’s invasion of Hungary and Germany in 1240 constituted the last of the Mongolian invasions.
Batu Khan established the Golden Horde Khanate with its capital at Sarai, on lower Volga, under the suzerainty of Great Khan in Karakorum.
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - Alternate History of Mongol Invasion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
This invasion was halted by Genghis Khans death in 1227, meaning the withdrawal of the Mongol hordes.
The army, led by Batu Khan and numbering some 40,000 then advanced into Germany in late 1244, enroute to Hamburg, when they were met by an army numbering 45,000 under the command of Frederick II on the Elbe River near Berlin in February 1245.
Batu Khan was awarded the Golden Horde (Kipchak), and Jaygeir Shakhan was awarded the Magyar area for his service in the Balkans.
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 The Mongol Empire | All Empires
When Batu Khan learned of this he was furious, because they were "his subjects" and thus were not allowed to escape.
When Kublai Khan died in 1294, his successor would continue to hold the title of "Yuan Emperor", but there would be no more "Great Khan of the Mongols." The Mongols discontinued to have a universal ruler and thus, one could say the death of Kublai Khan meant the end of the Mongol Empire.
Batu Khan and Subedei invades and conquers Poland and Hungary.
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 Medieval Armenian Travelers in the Far East, King Het'um I, Kirakos' History
Those who departed [from Batu] left on the sixth of the month of Marer, and on the thirteenth of May crossed the Ayex [Ural] river and came to Or which is midway between Batu and Mongke-Khan.
This was in 704 A.E. The destruction of the land of the Romans [Rum].
Now some of his relatives from the area of Batu and Sartakh had crossed through the Darband Gate to this side with many, countless troops, great men, chiefs with authority, whose names were Balaxa, Tuthar, and Ghuli whom we even saw, grandsons of Chingiz-Khan whom they call the sons of God.
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 Batu Khan - Search Results - MSN Encarta
In 1223 the Mongol armies of Genghis Khan invaded the southeast.
Sir Orda: settled by Batu Khan in Russia
Golden Horde (Tatar āltūn ordū, “golden army”), name applied to a great body of Mongols and Tatars, who, under Mongol leader Batu Khan, grandson of...
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 muscovy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
In this year [1240] Batu Khan approached and surrounded the city of Kiev with a great multitude of soldiers.
Batu ordered that many wall-destroying rams be brought to Kiev and placed near the Polish Gate, because that part was wooded.
And Batu sent the following message to the inhabitants of Kiev: "If you surrender to me, you will be forgiven; if, however, you are going to resist you will suffer greatly and will perish cruelly." The inhabitants of Kiev, however, did not listen to him, but calumniated and cursed him.
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 EefyWiki - 16d: The Mongol Occupation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
The Mongols themselves equated the color gold with the direction "west;" the term "horde" comes directly from the Russian "orda," itself a Mongol loan-word meaning "military force." The Mongols were ferocious, highly disciplined horsemen, who traveled quickly and would stop at nothing to crush their enemies.
By 1236 Batu's forces reached the Volga River, and by late 1237, began to pick off the great cities of Kievan Rus one by one.
When Batu Khan's Mongol army invaded Rus in 1236, the prince of Novgorod was a nineteen year old named Alexander of Vladimir.
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 Mongols & Mongolians - Research Into Origins Of Huns, Uygurs, Mongols And Tibetans
Batu and Subotai passed through the Carpathians into Hungary on March 12, while dispatching a small force commanded by Kadan [i.e., son of Ogadei] to the southern flank for entry into Transylvania.
Batu established his capital at Sarai, near the Caspian and Volga, and his statelet would be known as Khanate of Kipchak or the Golden Horde which would rule Russia for 250 years, till AD 1480.
The three khans held an khuritai on the bank of the Talas River, and Haidu was proclaimed as the Grand Khan of the Mongols.
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 Amazon.com: Acid Test: Books: Ross Lamanna,George Guidall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
It's the near future, and Batu Khan, a charismatic and ruthless dictator emulating the tactics and exploits of Genghis Khan, has forged an alliance of central Asian countries that threatens to destabilize the world's balance of power.
Batu Khan, self-named after the grandson of Genghis Khan, has created an empire from some of the old countries of the Soviet Union.
Khan's empire, known as the TAA (Trans-Altaic Alliance), which has an army of 1.5 million, looks to rule the world one day.
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