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The fact that 65 year-old Carpini went all the way to Karakoum to learn of the Mongols, traveled all the way home, wrote a report on how to successfully defeat the Mongols and the response from the European leaders was “Cool read but nah I’m good” is so real life.
Carpini is such a underestimated hero. What he did was amazing. They should make a film or series about this
Channels such as K&Gs, has greatly expanded my knowledge of history. This video alone is jam packed with understanding the time period. I suppose to know history is to know war. Well done K&G as always
Spam watchtowers/keeps, invest in monks, trash units like hussars and halberdiers are a good investment, then challenge them on water maps.
For those wondering how King Béla IV survived after the Battle of Mohi, he survived off an island off Croatia to ride out the Mongol follow up raids.
I was reading old book ones ,about great duel between Gengis Khans elder son Jochis and Lithuanian lowlander (zemaitis). Witch Jochis lost with sustaining mortal injuries, he gave his golden sword to winner. That stopped Mongols from invading Lithuania.
The monk reminds me of Robert baratheon telling cersei Lannister what would happen if they simply hid in their castles whilst the dothraki ruined the kingdoms.
I have to disagree, the Hungarian strategy during 2nd Mongol Invasion was the following: people from the country side would seek shelter in the castles with their belongings, animals and as much food as possible, and hide there. Small units of Hungarian soldiers would sortie from the these castles against smaller Mongol foraging and raiding troops, and return after each skirmish behind the safety of their walls. Thus robbing the Mongols from their ability to live off the land. Meanwhile the main Hungarian forces would keep a safe distance from the invaders, but never too far to deny them the ability disperse like they did in 1241
What the Mongols has done has never been done before and will never again be repeated. The most underrated empire in mankind history.
I hope for great expansion of all its content the best history channel by far there is not enough time in a day for such a great channel
Great video! I would love to see more about Hungary, Nogai, the Cumans, and the Horde. In fact, could we see a video about what happened to the Cumans (there is, after all, a region called Cumania in the Kingdom of Hungary) in both the Christian and Islamic worlds? You guys do such a fantastic job.
Another great video and also about a part of Europe that isn't often covered as much. Keep up the great work!
Very fascinating. I live in Kraków, Poland and it is so bizarre to know the Mongols invaded and sacked this city twice!
One of the most dominant and the largest land empire and I find it surprising that other history channels hardly covers it. It will be great if more channels starts covering more about Mongols, Chinese, egyptians and Indians.
Giovanni del Carpine was not alone in his expedition.
Y’all forgot the Danubian principalities and how Moldova defeated the Golden Horde
Cappini: This is how you beat the Mongols."
Another great video, K&G. This channel is my go-to channels for military history. Every evening I put a playlist together for that night and K&G vids are always at the top. Every time another K&G video comes out it just makes my day. Thanks. Cheers.