Mongols are proud of Chinggis Khan and his heroic story. Through him the whole world knows the Mongols. This connects the history of the Mongolians of the 13th century, who have lived magnificently, with the present Mongols. But this historical picture book is about the Mongols, who lived about a hundred years ago, or about what they ate, drank and how they dressed, and what their place of residence looked like. In addition, much of their world view and how they have kept their nomadic heritage, culture and tradition. This book shows you that the history of the Mongols from the 20th century feels closer to us. It shows how the Mongols, who suffered under Mantschurian rule for over 200 years and were described as a “dying nation,” freed themselves at the beginning of the twentieth century and rebuilt their independent state.