This small nomade tribe did not know till the XX century how great a power they were once. Nor did Mongols know who was Great Ghengis Khan and how he conquered Eurasia, Russia, China, and the whole works. Back in 1879 Mr. Prejevalsky, colonel of Russian cavalry, made two major discoveries Gobi Desert, i.e. in Mongolia:
for the first, a small wild undomesticated horse, for the second, a case of collective amnesia of the Mongols people who forgot their glorious past.
Actually, in the old Russian language « horde » means army. Consequently, the Mongolian Horde was merely the ancient Russian army. According to the official version of history, Russia remained under the political and military yoke of the Mongols for many centuries on end.
To add injury to insult, German historians injected the myth of the ‘Mongol’ invasion into Russia. Wild Mongols burned Kyiv the capital, etc..etc to the ground. Russians gladly supported the yoke of the Mongol Golden Horde for 200 years and German myth about it for further 500 years.
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