Bad Weather Wasn't the Only Cause Of Mongol Defeat in Japan

With a lot of conquered territories, Kublai Khan’s Mongol forces demanded reverence and respect. The fifth Khagan leader ruled a vast empire, stretching from Eastern Europe and extending as far as the Levant. During his term, China came under his rule, and the Yuan Dynasty was established. He commanded an army of swift mounted archers, renowned for their tactics and feigned retreats.