Battle of Muhi (11–12 April 1241)

Battle of Muhi (11–12 April 1241)

The devastating defeat of the Hungarians in the battle against the Mongolians was the result of several bad decisions.

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Trận Mohi, trận chiến, Louis II, King of Hungary, Suleiman I, Cuộc xâm lược của người Mông Cổ, Csele stream, Tiếng Hungary, Mông cổ, Béla IV of Hungary, nhà vua, Chiến dịch quân sự, Mông Cổ, lịch sử, quân đội

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