Herdsman to Statesman : The Autobiography of Jamsrangiin Sambuu of Mongolia
By , he came to retract some of his earlier ideas. In the same year he also wished to see his criticisms of intellectuals and Rinchen withdrawn. Several celebrations were planned including a commemorative stamp and series of postcards. A monument of Genghis Khan was also placed in Dadal , his birthplace.
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The event ended with applause, cheers and chants for Genghis Khan. His request was refused and he was sent to Bayankhongor Province to lead a construction office.
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Mongolia -- History, Military -- 20th century. This new translation makes available one of the classic works of Mongolia to those intrigued by East Asian and Soviet history, politics, and international relations. Sambuu's moving account allows the reader to feel what feudal life was like rather than just intellectualize it.
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The translation is very clear, making the book a delight for both [the public and scholars]. One of the few first-hand accounts of Mongolia's transition from feudalism to socialism. An excellent reference and a good read. Mary Rossabi is an independent scholar and translator.
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