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book is One Mans Recollections Of mans recollections of time spent in Mongolia during is one mans recollections of is time spent in Mongolia during the 1920s Haslund was part of a group of who set out to Mongolia in order to set up a farm in remote Mongolia During this time period it was similar to the wild west with tribal warlords of various ethnicities as well as communist Russians on one side and the Chinese on the other Haslund recounts Rules for a Lady his various adventures and interactions with warlords Shamansis short stay in a Siberian prison after a case of mistaken identity dealing with the Calebs Tempting Mate (Saber Chronicles harsh climate and environment of that part of the world the setting up of the farm Lots of great observances of the culture customs and the nature in Mongolia This book reads like a Jack London story except its for real It really is amazingow tough and self sufficent these guys ABC had to be to pound out an existence in that part of the world Haslund doesn t slip into any corny tough guy semantics though He is very matter of fact about the dangers andardships that e dealt with To me this. The first book in Henning Haslund's Mongolia series this book was originally published in 1934 This rare travel book as been out of print for 50 years but is now back in print Haslund was a Danish explorer who also accompanied the Sven Hedin expedition in Central Asia Haslund takes us into the bare. Ered that combined animism Buddhism and local folk lore with shamanism for example
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The Usual Buddhist Configuration usual Buddhist configuration two deer with a central wheel representing the Buddha s First Sermon in a Deer Park is locally understood as two gazelle worshipping the sun One of the features I found most interesting in this tale of a group of young men who left Denmark in the 1920s to set up a ranch in Mongolia was that they Palace Intrigue (A Medieval Tale had been preceded by previous generations of Danes whoad settled in the region to establish dairy farms all taken over by the State after the Russian revolution It put in context for me Karen Blix and Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children her tales of the Danes whoad emigrated to Africa during the same period I Carlyle Marney had been unaware of this aspect of Danishistory Recommended for anyone interested in Scandinavian Chinese Russian and Mongolian Shameful history but don t expect to learn much aboutow to judge the uality of furs although that was one of Haslund s main responsibilities I would ave preferred descriptions of the customs and people than tales of overcoming snow filled passes and fording frozen river. D detail the birth of a new nation
Meet The Reincarnated Gods The the reincarnated gods the Baron' Ungern Sternberg and Dambin Jansang the dreaded Tushi Gun Lama of the Black Gobi trek across the Gobi Desert and go back in time to Shamanic Mongolia Mongolia is a Country Which Has Only which as only opened up to the world 001.
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Denmark And I Ve Yetand I ve yet meet a Dane who Sacred Landscapes has eveneard of Haslund or this book Briefly told a young Dane moves to Mongolia in 1923 with like minded young men to found a dairycattlefur trading station in the newly independent Mongolia He discovers a beautiful wilderness still suffering from the white and red wars Russian imperial supporters vs Bolshevik revolutionaries Much of the book is adventure stories of braving the weather food shortages blizzards and bandits and if you want a feel for the frontier land Mongolia was in the 1920s this book is a good place to start Those
WITH A EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE OF CHINESE AND RUSSIAN HISTORYa extensive knowledge of Chinese and Russian Angel Without Mercy (Agnes Carmichael, history find it fills the gap between stateistories and the conseuences of Gold Rush history upon the innocents who are always the victims of war There are several references to the German bornRussian megalomaniac Mad Baron who sawimself as Mongolia s saviour who was eventually caught and executed at the age of 36 as well as brief descriptions of the religious life of the peoples Haslund encount. Ly known world of Mongolia a country isolated from the world for centuries Haslund's camel caravan takes Girl Reporter him across the Gobi Desert wheree meets with renegade generals and warlords god kings and shamans Haslund is captured eld
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