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Архив рубрики: История Монголии

Some Archival Documents on Mongolia from Wilson Center

Мао Цзэдун. Беседа с делегацией Монгольской народно-революционной партии

Дашийн Дамба; Мао Цзэдун
Пер. с кит.— Сергей Радченко (Sergey Radchenko. Пер. с англ.— Олег Торбасов.
Memorandum of Conversation between Mao Zedong and the Delegation of the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party and Comments on the Distribution of the Memorandum of Conversation,” September 24, 1956, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Jianguo Yilai Mao Zedong Wengao, Vol. 6 (Beijing: Zhongyang wenxian chubanshe, 1992): 213-222. 24.09.1956

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[видео] Россия и Монголия: сто лет вместе. Рассекреченная история

Хорошая передача с уникальной видеохроникой.

Mongolian luxury clothing

Iran or Central Asia, 140 cm, 13th–14th centuries, silk and metal thread, © The Aga Khan Museum

[video] The Khitans: Corner Stone of the Mongol Empire

[video] Deciphering Dinosaur Growth | Dr. Badamkhatan Zorigt

[публикации] Gold Mining, Shamanism, татары, Цеденбал

  • Dulam Bumochir. The State, Popular Mobilisation and Gold Mining in Mongolia. Shaping ‘Neoliberal’ Policies. (download pdf)
  • Judith Hangartner. Margins of Power. The constitution and contestation of Darhad shamans’ power in contemporary Mongolia. Dissertation. (download pdf)
  • Тишин В.В., Нанзатов Б.З. Татары Внутренней Азии VIII–XII вв.: некоторые вопросы исторической географии. (загрузить pdf)

Из старого:

  • Mongolians after Socialism: Politics, Economy, Religion (download pdf).
  • Morten Axel Pedersen. Spirits in Transition. Shamanic Souls and Political Bodies in Northern Mongolia after State Socialism (download pdf)
  • Надиров Ш.Г. Цеденбал. 1984 год. (загрузить pdf)

[books] Along the Silk Roads in Mongol Eurasia

biranAlong the Silk Roads in Mongol Eurasia. Generals, Merchants, and Intellectuals
by Michal Biran (Editor), Jonathan Brack (Editor), Francesca Fiaschetti (Editor).

During the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, Chinggis Khan and his heirs established the largest contiguous empire in the history of the world, extending from Korea to Hungary and from Iraq, Tibet, and Burma to Siberia. Ruling over roughly two thirds of the Old World, the Mongol Empire enabled people, ideas, and objects to traverse immense geographical and cultural boundaries. Along the Silk Roads in Mongol Eurasia reveals the individual stories of three key groups of people—military commanders, merchants, and intellectuals—from across Eurasia. These annotated biographies bring to the fore a compelling picture of the Mongol Empire from a wide range of historical sources in multiple languages, providing important insights into a period unique for its rapid and far-reaching transformations.

Read together or separately, they offer the perfect starting point for any discussion of the Mongol Empire’s impact on China, the Muslim world, and the West and illustrate the scale, diversity, and creativity of the cross-cultural exchange along the continental and maritime Silk Roads.

[видео] Монголия в 1913-1968 гг.

Улаанбаатар 1913 г.

Expedition to Mongolia & Tibet (1929)

Mongolia — Rural And Town Scene On Edge Of Gobi Desert (1938)

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[видео] Почему монголов изображали в «еврейских» шапках?