Mongolia History

Remains of Mongolia's earliest inhabitants have been uncovered by archeological digs in the Gobi and other regions dating back nearly 750,000 years.

209 B.C In the second millennium B.C the nomadic tribe, known as the Hunnu, founded the first powerful Empire in northeastern Asia and Shanui (meaning King) governed it.

213 B.C Great wall in China was built.

2nd-4th century AD Xiang-bi state

555 Turkish state wins Joujan

745 Uigar state established

10th century AD Kidan state

10th-12th century AD various tribes of Mongolian origin lived in a vast area of land stretching from the great Gobi desert in the south to Lake Baikal in the north.

1162 Birth of Chinggis Khaan

1206 At Ikh Khuraldai Chinggis Khaan, the Leader of "All the people who live in a felt Ger" and who finally ended up the disintegration of 12th century Mongolia, founded the "Great Mongolian State"

1207-1226 Chinggis Khaan conquered the half the world establishing the "Great Mongolian Empire"

1227 Death of Chinggis Khaan

1229-1235 Ogodei Khaan ascended to the throne

1236-1242 Bat Khaan's led conquests to Europe

1240 "The Secret History of the Mongols"

1252-1258 Monkh Khaan's conquests.

1260-1294 Kubilai's conquests

1466-1504 Batmonkh Dayan Khaan united disintegrated Mongolia after Chinggis Khaan

1409 Mongolian begins to split up

13th-15th century AD In Mongolian history there have been 16 great Khaans and small 21 minor kings between 13th-15th centuries.

18th century AD Mongolia was submitted to Manchu rule.

1755-1758 Battle of independence by Amarsanaa, Chingunjav

1911 Mongolian Independence from Manchu was declared with a theocratic government under the leadership of 8th Bogd Javzandamba Hutagt who came to the throne of the Bogd Khaan (King).

1915 Mongolian limited autonomy was fully signed by Mongolia, China, and Russia in the Treaty of Khiakhta.

1921 The People's Republic of Mongolia was proclaimed after the victory of Mongolian People's Revolution and since 1924 Mongolia had been the world's second communist country.

1937-1939 This period is recorded in the pages of history as political repression or purge period.

1962 Mongolia became a member state of the United Nations

1981 Spaceflight, first and only Mongolian flew into space.

1989-1990 The Democratic Revolution was won peacefully and the country has changed from a centrally planned system to free market economy.

1992 First parliamentary election, and new constitution

10th-12th century AD various tribes of Mongolian origin lived in a vast area of land stretching from the great Gobi desert in the south to Lake Baikal in the north.

10th-12th century AD various tribes of Mongolian origin lived in a vast area of land stretching from the great Gobi desert in the south to Lake Baikal in the north.

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