The Mongol Conquest

Citing specific examples, defend or refute one of the following statements:

1. The Mongol Invasions of the 13th Century CE positively impacted humanity.

2. History was made by civilizations in climate zones where agriculture was possible (e.g., Egypt, the Fertile Crescent, the Indo-Gangetic Plain, the Yellow and Yangtze River Valleys, etc.); marginal peoples from north or south of this zone contributed nothing to human history.

OR Answer the following question:

3. What is the most important non-human force in the making of history: trade, disease, philosophy, climate, religion, or something else? Why? (Pick one to defend, but make sure to discuss at least three).

Please READ the pdf file first, and write a min two pages essay. Following the pdf file that I gave, it is a agree/disagree essay. I need four paragraphs that structure is an intro, disagree part, agree part (the main idea that you choose the side), and conclusion. Please use correct grammar and complete sentence for the MLA format. Thank you.

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The Mongol empire in Eurasia is one of the most successful reigns in the larger European and Asian regions, and played a critical role in the history of the region. Essentially, the Mongol Conquest of the thirteenth century was implemented by three generations of rulers, and culminated in one of the most…
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