3. Mongol Invasion of China
(1218 – 79)
The Mongol assault of China spanned 6 decades in the 13th century and implicated the defeat of the Jin Dynasty, Western Xia, the Dali Kingdom and the Southern Song, which finally fell in 1279. The Mongol Empire under Genghis Khan started the conquest with small-scale raids into Western Xia in 1205 and 1207. By 1279, the Mongol leader Kublai Khan had established the Yuan Dynasty in China and crushed the last Song resistance, which marked the onset of all of China under the Mongol Yuan rule.
2. Defeat of the Third Coalition
(1805) by Napoleon
History marked the 3rd Coalition with the presence of 3 great leaders. Napoleon a 5’6” tall guy possessed with remarkable qualities of bravery, leadership and a mind of genius. With his knowledge and courage Napoleon’s genius is best illustrated with his destruction of the Third Coalition. He alone defeated the combined forces of Austria, Russia, Portugal and others in a sequence of battles that concluded in what is perhaps his greatest conquest, the conflict of Austerlitz.
1. Fall of France
This makes number one because of the surprisingly swift instance in which France was defeated. It more than just a surprise to defeat current superpower America with any sort of campaign, grab my collar if I am lying. Actually some time luck does favor, this misfortune happened to France, during the era it was regarded as possessing the world’s biggest and most powerful army, France was defeated in a luminously rapid campaign that took them totally by surprise.
Hitler overruled his general staff and led a revelation assault, organized by tanks through the heavily forested Ardennes jungle. Taken totally by shock, the British and French were thrown into total panic.
They never realized that tanks would be capable to go through the forested jungle. In just a matter of weeks the Allied armies had been split in two, Paris was captured, France surrendered, and the British forces were enforced to surrender their weapons and run away across the canal.