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Homework Help: World History

Posted by ciara on Monday, May 21, 2012 at 11:13pm.

In describing a conquest between 1236 and 1241 led by Genghiz Khan's grandson, a Russian historian wrote, "No eye remained to weep for the dead."What was the historian writing about, And why did he describe it this way?
A. The G olden Horses battle: Mongol warriors rode atop light-colored horeses that wore protective eyeshades.
B. The Golden Horde: the conquest looted the burned Russian towns, killing most of the inhabitants.
C. The battle of Byzantine: enormous fires set by Russian barbarians burned hundreds of towns.
D. The Runssian Crusades: Crusaders plundered Mongol cities and forced their inhabitants to convert or die.
My answer is ..B?

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