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  USS Clueless - The Mongol Horde
The greatest general of the Mongols was Subedei (also "Sabutai"; spellings vary); he was not a noble but was extremely well thought of within the ranks of the nation.
Thus Subedei and one of the sons of Genghis led a reconnaissance in force through central Asia and eastern Europe, a campaign which is now legendary.
So Subedei would divide his force into two parts, and would only send about one third of it (the forlorn hope) to attack the enemy where they were lined up, shivering with fear.
www.denbeste.nu /cd_log_entries/2002/05/TheMongolHorde.shtml   (1778 words)

  
 Subedei the Warrior
Subedei was, although he lacked Temuchin's persuasive powers and psychosocial prowess, a man of great and highly disciplined intelligence.
Subedei, the mastermind and real leader behind the illustrious European campaign of 1236-1242, laid waste the whole of Eastern Europe in the course of this theatre of operations.
Subedei was a native of the Urianqai tribe, whose geographical homeland is situated east of the Bajkal sea, in what are the present-day republics of Tuva and Buryatia.
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 Expanding the Realm
After a two year reconnaisance in the West, General Subedei and Genghis Khan's grandson, Batu, led a force of 150,000 Mongol warriors out of Central Asia during the dead of winter in 1236, beginning a six year campaign to subjugate all of Russia and Eastern Europe.
General Subedei swept through Russia, a land of numerous independent kingdoms ruled by Russian princes who were more often than not at war with each other.
A hard-riding messenger reached General Subedei's command in February 1242 with news that Ogodei was dead.
www.koreanhistoryproject.org /Ket/C06/E0602.htm   (3672 words)

  
 The Chronicles of Khan - Page 2 - Civilization Fanatics' Forums
Subedei maintained an ‘active’ defence, whereby scouts on Mt Tat-tu would alert his regiments to the advancing Russian regiments, and he in turn directed his regiments to attack the Russians when they were most vulnerable.
Subedei was forced to delay the upgrading of two antiquated horse battalions as the only units that could reach the area to reinforce the troops there.
Subedei therefore petitioned directly to the Khan for the Indian conflict to be determined as the major military priority, so as to bring the majority of the new forces to the Indian front.
forums.civfanatics.com /showthread.php?t=99211&page=2   (7979 words)

  
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Jebe's European Vacation In 1221, Jebe Noyan and Subedei Bahadur, Genghis Khan's great generals, led a reconnaissance in force through eastern Europe with 20,000 calvary to study the roads to the West.
Jebe and Subedei slaughtered the army after the Cuman contingent was bribed to desert, and later caught up to and destroyed the Cumans, recapturing all their booty, and more.
Subedei Bahadur secured a source of intelligence on the Western Kingdoms for a trade monopoly to Venice.
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 GENGHIS KHAN - Asia Finest Discussion Forum
As said by the famed history Gibbons, Subedei's expedition was one of the most daring expeditions in history, unlikely to be repeated ever again.
Batu Khan and Subedei invades and conquers Poland and Hungary.
The rest of the Merkit clan that sided with Naimans were defeated by Subedei, member of the personal guard of Temüjin who would later become one of the greatest commanders in the service of the Khan.
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 Untitled   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Using tactics and strategies that presaged 20th Century military thinking, Subedei out thought, outmaneuvered and outfought much larger armies than his, sometimes laying waste to entire towns and depopulating portions of the region from Russia to the Danube.
Not until the early 20th Century were the tactics of Subedei fully appreciated by non-Mongol generals.
While that young lieutenant proved to be no equal to Subedei in conquest, he was the Mongol warrior's culinary match in reintroducing a meal that conquers hunger, prevents scurvy and sates legions.
www.sos.net /~smithwri/inks/cookbook/gk_history.htm   (511 words)

  
 Subedei Defense Robot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Subedei was one of the most famous generals of the Mongolian army from Terra's Middle Ages.
The Subedei class defense robot is well suited to the needs of the Council.
Though its manufacture level is TL-14, all of its consumables are produced at the local tech level of TL-9.
www.chara.gsu.edu /~lewis/bard/vera/vera5007.html   (557 words)

  
 The Chronicles of Khan - Page 8 - Civilization Fanatics' Forums
Subedei’s forces were not confined to just this one chosen threatre of operations, however, for he had built up some force in the town of Tokyo.
Furthermore, Subedei ordered the upgrading of no less than 26 cannons to the much superior artillery unit, and he enhanced the power of the keshik armies by adding a fourth unit, an additional cavalry to the armies.
Subedei, of course, had no intention of allowing the Dutch to share in the spoils of this war.
forums.civfanatics.com /showthread.php?t=99211&page=8   (7170 words)

  
 isntapundit : The Left Hand of Rightness (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Mongol invasion of Khwarizm, which led to Subedei's "reconnaissance in force" and ultimately to the conquest of Russia and Eastern Europe, is one of those strange junctures of history where tremendous events hinge on a seemingly trivial incident.
This disparity between cause and effect is more striking than, for instance, the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand which led to World War I, because in the latter case the minor incident was merely a breaking point for preexisting tensions, whereas the Mongols had, and wanted, no quarrel with Khwarizm.
Subedei's force of eighteen thousand had just finished off an army of over forty thousand Russians.
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 KhanCon 2003 - Mongol History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Chingis with Subedei as his chief of staff entered the Shah's domain with 90 000 men in from the north and sent Chepe, another of his great generals, with 30 000 over one of the world's highest mountain ranges in from the east.
According to some, Subedei's plan was to conquer all of Christian Europe, and he estimated that it would take the Mongols eighteen years to do so.
The reason for this is that Golden, the color of the middle, is also the color of the political concept of Central Authority, hence all partakers of this Chingisid authority are by definition members of the Golden Family.
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 Mongol alt timeline [Archive] - SpaceBattles.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Subedei convinces Batu to allow him to flee to France Outremer along with most of his army after the French King’s submission and paying a crippling ransom by saying: “If such a fool liveth to lead men in battle against us, it can only be to the good of thy realm.”
Subedei is slightly wounded in the attack and all the assassins are killed.
Batu and Subedei ride north to establish capitols for the new Khanate at pest on the Hungarian plain, other important centers are Rheims and Warsaw.
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 :: View topic - The Mongol Question....an Insight
The Georgians were preparing for the 6th Crusade and their King; George IV had a permanent bodyguard of over 30,000 Qipchaq cavalry.
Since we know that the news of Ogodei’s death reached the invasion force and that they promptly returned home, there must be more than an element of truth that this was the reason for Mongol withdrawal.
Subedei is universally accepted as the strategic mind behind the Western campaign but some prior events in China almost denied him the chance of historical notoriety.
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 End of the Beginning
Genghis Khan, riding at the head of a force of 90,000 warriors and a corps of Chinese artillerymen with his Chief of Staff, General Subedei, entered Khwarezm from the north.
Genghis Khan, ever mindful of the need to kill the enemy leader to ensure victory, sent generals Jebe and Subedei at the head of 2 tumen (20,000 men) to hunt down and execute the Shah.
General Subedei's campaign strategies have been carefully studied by some of the world's greatest military leaders, from Napoleon to General George S. Patton.
koreanhistoryproject.org /Ket/C06/E0601.htm   (2663 words)

  
 Marine Corps Gazette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The army Genghis Khan and Subedei built consisted of four parts—Jochi and Jebe led the first two, Ogedei and Chagatai (two of the Khan’s sons) led the third, and Genghis Khan and Subedei led the fourth.
In 1220 Subedei was allowed to take 20,000 Mongols on a reconnaissance in force of the areas in the present-day countries of Ukraine and Russia.
In the case of Russia, the time from Subedei’s reconnaissance to the actual invasion was 15 years.
www.mca-marines.org /Gazette/2005/05norton.html   (3895 words)

  
 Genghis Khan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The rest of the Merkit clan that sided with the Naimans were defeated by Subutai (or Subedei), a member of Temüjin's personal guard who would later become one of the greatest commanders in the service of the Khan.
Subedei agreed but was in no mood to pardon the princes.
Subedei had a large wooden platform constructed on which he ate his meals along with his other generals.
en.wikipedia.org.cob-web.org:8888 /wiki/Genghis_Khan   (9335 words)

  
 Battle of the Kalka River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was fought on the bank of the Kalka River, somewhere between present-day Donetsk and Mariupol.
Early in 1223, the Mongol armies under Subedei Bahadur and Jebei Noyon 'the Arrow', Genghis Khan's dreaded "dogs of war", approached the steppe occupied by the Kipchak nomads.
Khan Kotian of the Kipchaks escaped to the court of his son-in-law, Mstislav the Bold of Halych, and asked him for help, saying: "Today they will slaughter us, tomorrow they will come for you." Several other princes, including Mstislav III of Kiev, joined their forces with Kipchak allies in Kiev and sailed down the Dnieper.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battle_of_the_Kalka_River   (496 words)

  
 The Mongolian Hordes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In 1221, Jebe Noyan and Subedei Bahadur, Genghis Khan's great generals, led a reconnaissance in force through eastern Europe with 20,000 calvary to study the roads to the West.
In 1221, Subedei Bahadur negotiated a secret treaty between Venice and the Mongol Empire, securing a source of intelligence on the Western Kingdoms for a trade monopoly to Venice.
The Mongol's Mandarin administrators made detailed maps and census' of Hungary, Poland, Silesia, Bohemia and Russia, and set up a spy network in the eastern cities for their later invasion in 1236.
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 The Plan With Branches
The tactic’s first recorded use was by Genghis Khan and his Mongol general Subedei Bahadur in 1241.
The key in all competition (war, business, etc.) is to avoid or mitigate your competition’s strengths and exploit their weaknesses*.
The Mongol Subedei could quickly combine forces to focus on exploitable weakness in a way a large, unwieldy force couldn’t.
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 Anachronism: Subedei by TriKing
A peerless general whose achievements stand out even against the likes of Alexander the Great, Subedei employed tactics and strategies that were decades ahead of his time.
Without the brilliance of Subedei, Genghis Kan could never have established and ruled over the largest land empire the world had ever known.
Riding a magudai steed trained in the feigned flight tactic of the Mongols, Subedei's opponents will quickly find themselves outmaneuvered and soundly defeated by this most cunning of warriors.
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 Arena-Essex Speedway - Fan's Forum - Hancock & Norris gone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Subedei, are you having problems getting logged on to the speedway forum and the back up one as well ??
I am having no luck at all and I know that you are an almost daily poster on there.
Subedei, I've managed to log in now with a new username and password.
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 Chingis Khan the King
1223: Subedei returned home after annihilating a large Georgian army, thereafter he, with his 20 000 men, almost completely wiped out a Russian army of 80,000 in the famous Battle of Khalka.
1234/1235: Subedei is given the task of reconnoitering into the West in order to prepare for the great Western campaign, which in all probability was planned by Chingis khan together with his faithful shamans and generals after Chepe's and Subedei's reconnoitering of the Western lands for the first time in 1222-23.
1246: Subedei, Chingis Khan's greatest and most brilliant general, died at the age of 70.
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 Community HexenWorld - Jebe
I usually play as the paladin, but I am learning to play as different classes.
Just got my computer about 2 months ago.
"Subedei Bahadur was the greatest general of all time.
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 The end is nigh for Planet Subedei?
It was me that asked you to post away and made the section available Subedei, we do not want to see you stop posting!
We can't have Planet Subedei without Subedei, so for me, keep posting your unique style of meeting reports and stories.
But let's have a little more input into Planet Subedei by the cruel, crazy masses and maybe a little less from the barbarians.
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 Anachronism: Warrior Pack: Subedei - 2nd Release (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
A peerless general, Subedei employed tactics and strategies that were decades ahead of his time.
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - The Greatest Medieval Commanders
This includes invading forces, such as the Mongols, although only those commanders that actually visited the map, such as Subedei, Jebe and Hulegu.
As much as I think Subedei and Jebe are the two greatest generals of all time, I'll refrain from mentioning them since they are, well, invaders.
Therefore, I'll offer a general that is not as high in my standing as those two, but nevertheless a good commander: Otto I, the Great.
www.europa-universalis.com /forum/showthread.php?t=211935   (453 words)

  
 How Great Generals Win by Bevin Alexander
The rise of the horse-archer on the Asian steppes, the compound bow.
Genghis Khan and his major commander, Subedei, carry swift steppe tactics to their ultimate perfection.
Description of Genghis Khan’s defeat of Khwarezm with its capital at Samarkand, and of Subedei’s conquest of Hungary 1241-42.
www.bevinalexander.com /books/how-great-generals-win.htm   (688 words)

  
 Anachronism CCG Warrior Pack: Subedei - IconUSA.com (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Anachronism," The Greatest Game in History," lets you pit historic warriors against one another, using their unique skills, armaments and inspirations.
Without the brilliance of Subedei, Genghis Khan could never have established and ruled over the largest land empire the world has ever known.
Riding a mangudai steed, trained in the feigned flight tactic of the Mongols, Subedei's opponents will quickly find themselves outmaneuvered and soundly defeated by this most cunning of warriors.
www.iconusa4.com.cob-web.org:8888 /online/anachronism_ccg_wp_subedei.htm   (301 words)

  
 Houghton Mifflin Textbook - Going Beyond Individuals in Society
At its height, the Mongol war machine was the most powerful in the world.  Learn more about Mongol military might and the weapons and armor that made the Mongol warrior so devastatingly effective.
Mukhali was not the only notable member of the Mongol command.  Another was Subedei, the general who led the Mongol invasion of eastern Europe.  Read more about Subedei the Warrior.  How do his background and career resemble and differ from those of Mukhali?
Although subordinate to men in many ways, women took an active part in Mongol social and political life.  Go to Women of the Mongol Court and read about some of the prominent women who contributed to the Mongols' rise to power.
college.hmco.com /history/world/mckay/world_societies/6e/students/ind_society/ch11.html   (200 words)

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