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Live From Mongolia

Author : Patricia Sexton
ISBN : 0825306973
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author discusses how she quit her job at a Wall Street investment bank to pursue her dream and become a foreign correspondent for a Mongolian news station.

Background Notes Mongolia

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ISBN : MINN:31951D010349974
Genre : Mongolia
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Excerpts From Economic Georgraphy Sic Of The Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region

Author : Ke xue chu ban she
ISBN : MINN:31951001512705G
Genre : China
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Commerce Reports

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ISBN : MINN:30000010320772
Genre : Consular reports
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Letters From Mongolia

Author : Reginald Hibbert
ISBN : UOM:39015060880781
Genre : History
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The ways of the Foreign Office are mysterious: "the FO is sometimes like the army: if you belong to a minority faith you can be dismissed from church parade and sent on an obscure fatigue". Reginald Hibbert had read Russian at Oxford and it was thus he found himself resident Chargé d'Affaires at Ulan Bator in the Mongolian Peoples' Republic from 1964 to 1967. The Hibberts travelled to Mongolia to become the first Westerners resident there at the height of the Cold War among a diplomatic corps consisting entirely of representatives from eastern Europe and Asia. Letters from Mongolia is a vivid chronicle of the authors' experiences and an invaluable insight into the country in which they served.

Facts About Mongolia

Author : Davaadorzhiĭn Ganbold
ISBN : IND:30000101873036
Genre : Mongolia
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Mongolia Survey

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ISBN : IND:30000075096267
Genre : Mongolia
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Mongolia Reproductive Health Survey 1998

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ISBN : WISC:89113137038
Genre : AIDS (Disease)
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Proposed Grant Assistance Mongolia

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ISBN : UOM:39015075678147
Genre : Community development, Urban
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National Review

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924082169396
Genre : China
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Mongolia

Author : Judith Nordby
ISBN : STANFORD:36105004065897
Genre : Reference
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Mongolia

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ISBN : UOM:39015064101630
Genre : Mongolia
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The Economy Of Mongolia

Author : Tumuriin Namjim
ISBN : PSU:000047101753
Genre : Mixed economy
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Mongol Rule

Author : Dr. D. Eisma
ISBN : UOM:39015053020759
Genre : Mongolia
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The Mongol, first mentioned in Chinese histories of the Tang dynasty, unified the tribes of the Eurasian steppe and conquered most of the Eurasian world in the 13th century. After conquest, they had to rule the conquered territories, but had no previous experience with government other than ruling nomad tribes in the steppe and some knowledge gained from neighbouring states. Chinggis Qan, the great conqueror, who was of the opinion that he who could run a family and a yurt could also run an empire, laid the foundation for the Mongol rule. How the Mongol adapted or did not adapt to ruling large areas with a sedentary population, is being discussed in this study by bringing together essential knowledge on Mongol rule from the early beginnings down to the present, and giving special attention to Mongol sociopolitics. In the long run survival of the Mongol identity was based on their nomad traditions, since the steppe nomads were the only ones who knew how to survive as a people in the harsh steppe conditions. Their life, their habits, skills and customs were adapted to the steppe and when they had to adapt to a sedentary life, submit, or flee, the steppe was the only place where they could go and maintain their identity and independence. Remarkably this is also implied in one of Chinggis Qan's alleged sayings that 'those of his descendants who would keep to his customs, would rule in happiness forever'! History bears out that keeping to the nomad traditions meant the survival of the Mongol, which makes the relation between Mongol rulers and their subject people of primary interest.

Mongolian Folktales

Author : Zhambyn Dashdondog
ISBN : IND:30000124512967
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Presents more than sixty traditional Mongolian folktales, divided into such categories as myths, legends, animal tales, and stories about magic, with background notes on each story and a description of Mongolian culture.

Insights Into The Mongolian Crescent Of India

Author : Oidov Nyamdavaa
ISBN : IND:30000116425905
Genre : India
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Monthly Supplement

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ISBN : UOM:39015020145168
Genre : Manchuria (China)
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Mongolian Cloud Houses

Author : Dan Frank Kuehn
ISBN : 0936070390
Genre : Architecture
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Written for those interested in alternative lifestyles, outdoor living, camping, and do-it-yourself projects, this lively book recounts the author's experiences building his first yurt. Dan Frank Kuehn carefully guides readers through every step of the creation of a 13' diameter, 10' tall model. He covers everything from the poles and lattice that form the basic structure to the pluses and minuses of various materials to the "luxuries like solar windows and lofts. The book highlights new building techniques and contains detailed lists of commercial yurt manufacturers, tools, and materials.

Young Mongols And Vigilantes In Inner Mongolia S Interregnum Decades 1911 1931

Author : Christopher Pratt Atwood
ISBN : STANFORD:36105026180153
Genre : China
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Asian And African Studies

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ISBN : UOM:39015062107399
Genre : Africa
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