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Inner Mongolia

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Author(s): Kaschewsky, Rudolf
Meng Hohhot 101 counties, 20 cities 23.97 million inhabitants . 1,183,000 km² 20 inhabitants per km² The Autonomous Region of Inner Mongolia ( Nei Menggu zizhiqu) lies in the north and northeast of the PRC. Important cities beside Hohhot are Baotou, Wuhai, Jining, and Chifeng. Inner Mongolia ranges from SW to NE over a length of about 2500 km and a width of some 400 km. Situated at an average of 1000 m above sea level, it belongs to the northern Chinese steppe plateau. To the northeast, the Great Hinggan Mountains with …


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Author(s): Kaschewsky, Rudolf
Relations between China and the Mongolian Republic (formerly: Mongolian People's Republic) are characterized by two deep-rooted factors. On the one hand, all of China was under Mongolian rule during the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368), which in China even today is regarded as a nightmare of national oppression. On the other hand, the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia is part of China and makes up more than one seventh of China' territory, even though only 15% of its inhabitants were Mongols in the late 1990s. After Genghis Khan had defeated the Jin Empire in 1215, and Kublai Khan h…