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Bertold Spuler.
The Mongols in History, trans. Geoffrey Wheeler. Praeger Publishers, New York, 1971.
History of the Mongols: Based on Eastern and Western Accounts of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, trans. Helga and Stuard Drummond. Dorset Press, New York, 1988.
Rene Grousset.
The Empire of the Steppes: A History of Central Asia, trans. Naomi Walford. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, Fourth Paperback Edition, 1994.
Erik Hildenger.
Warriors of the Steppe: A Miltary History of Central Asia, 500 B.Cto 1700 A.D., Sarpedon, New York, 1997.
An Adaptaion by Paul Kahn.
The Secret History of the Mongols: The Origin of Chingis Khan, North Point Press, San Francisco, 1984.
David Morgan.
Mongols (People in Europe), Blackwell Publishing, Hardcover, 1986.
S.R. Turnbull.
The Mongols, Osprey Publishing, London, 1980.
Harold Lamb.
The March of Barbarians, The Literary Guild of America, Inc., New York, 1940. Harold Lamb. Genghis Khan: The Emperor of All Men, Robert M. McBride & Company, New York, 1927.
Harold Lamb.
Genghis Khan, the Mongol Horde, Pinnacle Books, New York, 1976.
Genghis Khan, Barnes & Noble Books, New York, Third edition, 1993.
Leo De Hartog.
Genghis Khan: Conqueror of the World, I.B. Trauris Publishers, Paperback edition, 1999.
Paul Ratchnevsky.
Genghis Khan : His Life and Legacy, trans. Thomas Nivison
James Chambers.
Genghis Khan, Sutton Publishing, Phoenix Mill, 1999.
Ralph Fox.
Genghis Khan, John Lane the Bodley Head, London, 1936.
Urgunge Onon.
Chinggis khan: The Golden History of the Mongols, The Folio Sociaty, London, 1993.
James Chamber.
The Devil's Horsemen: The Mongol Invasion of Europe, Atheneum, New York, 1979.
Jaques Gernent.
Daily Life in China: On the Eve of the Mongol Invastion 1250-1276, The Macmillan Company, New York, 1967.
Charles J. Halperin.
Russia and the Golden Horde, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1985.
B.H.Liddell Hart.
Great Captians Unvelled, Da Capo Press, NewYork, 1996.
Adam T. Kessler.
Empires Beyond the Great Wall: The Hertage of Genghis Khan, Nartural History Museum of Los Angelos County, 1993.
Jenny F.So and Emma C.Bunker.
Traiders and Raiders on China's Northern Frontiers, University of Washington Press, Seatle, 1995.
Henry Wiencek and etc.
Storm Across Asia: Genghis Khan and the Mongols, The Mogol Expansion, HBJ Press, New York, 1980.
Patricia Berger, Terese Tse Bartholomew.
Mongolia: The Legacy of Chinggis Khan, Thams and Hudson, Asian Art Musuem of San Francisco, 1995.
John Hay.
Masterpieces of Chinese Art, New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, 1974.
E.H. Parker.
A Thousand Years of the Tartars, Dorset Press,New York, 1987.
G.E.Von Grunebaum.
History of the Mongols: A Volume in the Islamic World Series, University of California, Los Angeles, 1972.
Gabriel Ronay.
The Tartar Khan's Englishman.
John D.Langlois,Jr.
China under Mongol Rule, Princeton University Press, 1981.
Arthur Waldron.
The Great Wall of China: From History to Myth, Cambridge University Press, 1990.
Jonathan Fryer.
The Great Wall of China, New English Library,1975.
Sechin Jagchid and Van Jay Symons.
Peace, War, and Trade along the Great Wall: Nomadic-Chinese Interaction through Two Millenia, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1989.
Herbert A. Giles.
China and the Manchus, Cambridge University Press, 1912.
Morris Rossabi.
Khubilai Khan: His Life and Times, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1988.
Morris Rossabi.
Voyager from Xanadu: Rabban Sauma and the First Journey from China to the West, Kodanshi International. Tokyo, 1992.
Italo Calvino.
Invisible Cities, trans. William Weaver, A Harvest Book, San Diago, Paperback, 1986.
Sir Percy Sykes.
The Quest for Cathay, A.& C. Black, London, 1936.
John W. Dardess.
Conquerors and Confucians: Aspects of Political Change in Late Yuan China, Columbia University, New York, 1973.
Nakaba Yamada.
Ghenko: The Mongol Invasion of Japan, Smith, Elder, London, 1916.
Louise Levathes.
When China Ruled the Seas: The Treasure Fleet of the Dragon Throne (1405-1433), Simon & Schuster, New York, 1994.
Clarence Norwood Weems.
Hulbert's History of Korea, V.1, Hillary House Publishers, New York, 1962.
Jerimiah Curtin.
The Mongols: A History, Little Brown, Boston, 1908.
Henry Serruys.
The Mongols in China during the Hung-Wu Period (1368-1398), Washington DC, 1957.
Ma Ho-tien.
Chinese Agent in Mongolia, trans. John De Francis, The John Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1949.
Ladislaus Forbath.
The New Mongolia, William Heinemann, London, 1936.
Wess Roberts.
Leadership Secrets of Attila The Hun, Warner Books, 1985.
Alastair Iain Johnston.
Cultural Realism: Strategic culture and grand strategy in Chinese history, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1995.
Eric Balkan.
City of Tears, Paperback, Packet Press, 1999.
Haining, Paperback
Mary Hull.
The Mongol Empire, Library Binding, 1998.
Daniel Cohen.
Conquerors on Horseback: The nomad empires of Attila, Chingis Khan, and Timur, Doubleday, Garden City, 1970.
John Man.
Gobi: Tracking the Desert, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 1997.
David Corell.
The Taj Mahal, Newsweek, New York, 1972.
The Travels of Marco Polo:
The Venetian, trans. by William Marsden, Doubleday and Company, New York, 1948.
Frances Wood.
Did Marco Polo go to China?, Westview Press, Boulder, 1996.
Jonathan D. Spence.
The Chan's Great Continent: China in Western Minds, W.W. Norton & Company, 1998.
Charles O. Hucker.
The Ming Dynasty: Its Origins and Evolving Institutions, Center for Chinese Studies, The University of Michigan, 1978.
Wilfrid Blunt.
The Golden Road to Samarkand, The Viking Press, New York, 1975.
Henry Pu Yi
The Last Manchu:The Autobiography of Henry Pu Yi, Last Emeror of China. Pocket Books, New York, 1987.
Pamela Kyle Crossley.
The Manchus.Blackwell, Cambridge,MA, USA,1997.
Stuart Legg.
The Barbarians of Asia: The Peple of the Steppes from 1600 B.C. Dorset Press, New York, 1970.
Yang Xin, Zhu Cgengru.
Secret World of the Forbidden City: Splendors from China's Imperial Palace. Santa Ana, Califronia, 2000.
Harold Lamb.
Babur the Tiger: First of the Great Moguls. Bantam Books, New York, 1964.
Harold Lamb, Tamerlane:
The Eartch Shaker, Robert M. McBride & Company, New York, 1928.
The Travels of Marco Polo: The Complete Yule-Cordiner Edition, Volume I,
Dover Publications, Inc., 1993.
The Travels of Marco Polo: The Complete Yule-Cordiner Edition, Volume II
, Dover Publications, Inc., 1993.
Han Woo-Keun.
The History of Korea. Eul-Yoo Publishing, Seoul, Korea, 1970.
The History of the Mongol Conquests, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 2001.
Patrick Howarth.
ATILLA, King of the Huns: The Man and the Myth, Carroll & Craf Publisher, New York, 2001.
Robert Sproat.
Chinese Whispers, Faber and Faber, Boston, 1988.
Don Dandrea.
The Snow Warriors,Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1986
Editors of Time-Life Books
Time Frame AD 1200-1300: The Mongol Conquests, Time-Life Books, Alexsandria, 1989.
Don Dandrea.
Orlok, Pneapple Press, Inc., Englewood, Florida, 1986
The Secret History of the Mongols,
translated and edited by Francis Woodman Cleaves, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1982

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Vanished Kingdoms: A Woman Explorer in Tibet, China, and Mongolia 1921-1925 - Mabel Cabot

A Testament to the Great Spirit and Success of a Remarkable Woman Explorer In the early 1920s, the last great age of world explorers, a remarkable young woman, Janet Elliott Wulsin, set out with her husband, Frederick Wulsin, for the far reaches of China, Tibet, and Outer Mongolia to study the people, flora, and fauna of the region. Janet�s strenuous, eventful exploration is detailed by a text enriched with excerpts from her candid personal letters. The journey proved to be a test of the Wulsins� endurance and of their relationship. While in Asia, the Wulsins took many extraordinary photographs, which form the heart of this richly produced publication. They documented tribespeople and sublime desert landscapes, and, perhaps most remarkably, were allowed to photograph the interior of several of the great Tibetan Buddhist lamaseries, many of which have since been destroyed. Several dozen rare, hand-painted lantern slides survived and are reproduced here in splendid color. The photographs from the Wulsin expedition are now in the collection of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, in collaboration with which this volume is being produced.
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