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Baatud Baatud is a sub--ethnic group of Oirat Mongols.They were a large tribe of Western Mongols but since the 16th century the Baatud divided into other Oirat tribes.
Barefooted Flight The Barefooted Flight is a name given to the catastrophic defeat and ensuing relocation of the Kazakhs from some southern areas of Kazakhstan in 1722 or 1723.
Battle of Jao Modo The Battle of Jao Modo, also known as the Battle of Zuunmod, was one of the expeditions by the Qing Dynasty against the Dzungar Khanate to prevent the Dzungars from becoming a threat to th...
Battle of the Salween River The Battle of the Salween River was fought on September 1718 close to the Salween River in Tibet, between a Manchu expedition to Lhasa and a Zunghar force that blocked its path.
Battle of Zuunmod The Battle of Zuunmod (Mongolian), also known as the Battle of Jao Modo, literally "Battle of the Hundred Trees", was one of the expeditions by the Qing Dynasty against the Dzungar Khanat...
Chantuu Chantuu people are mongolized Uzbeks of Turkic origin in Hovd province, Mongolia.
Choros Choros was the ruling clan of the Zungars and Dorbets and once ruled the whole Four Oirats.
Erdenebaatar Erdenebaatar (English name:Erdeni Batur; died 1653) was a Choros-Oirat prince and is generally considered to be the founder of the Zunghar Khanate, centered in the Zungharia region of modern nor...
Erdeni Batur Erdeni Batur was a Choros-Oirat prince and is generally considered to be the founder of the Zunghar Khanate, centered in the Zungharia region of modern northwest China.
First Oirat-Manchu War The First Oirat–Manchu War was a military conflict fought from 1687-1697 between the Dzungar Khanate and an alliance of the Qing Dynasty and the Northern Yuan Dynasty.
Galdan Boshugtu Khan Choros Erdeniin Galdan (1644–1697, Mongolian: Галдан Бошигт хаан/Galdan boshigt haan) was a Dzungar-Oirat Khan of the Dzungar Khanate who led the unsuccessful resistance to the Manchu led Qing d...
Galdan Tseren Galdan Tseren was a Choros-Oirat prince and the Khun Tayishi of the Zunghar Khanate from 1727 until his death in 1745.
Galdantseren Galdantseren (died 1745) was a Choros-Oirat prince and the Khong Tayiji of the Zunghar Khanate from 1727 until his death in 1745.
Khoid The Khoid (Northern ones/people) people are an Oirat Mongolian tribe of Choros origin.
Khotons The Khoton people are Oirat Oirat Mongolian sub-ethnic group of Turkic (Uyghur?) origin.
Myangad Myangad people are an Oirat Mongolian ethnic group.
Oirats Oirats (Ойрад, Oirad; in the past, also Eleuths) are the westernmost group of the Mongols whose ancestral home is in the Altai region of western Mongolia.
Olots The Olot people (Mongolian: Өөлд/Ööld, English: Eleut) are a Oirat sub-ethnic group of the Choros origin.
Sart Kalmyks Sart Kalmyks are an ethnic group of Kalmyk people, who live in Issyk Kul Province, Kyrgyzstan.
Sengge Sengge (died 1671) was a Choros-Oirat prince and the successor to his father Erdeni Batur as ruler of the Dzungar Khanate.
Western Mongolia Western Mongolia is a historical region where live Oirats and Western Mongolia was Zunghar Khanate's northern territory.
Zunghar Khanate The Zunghar Khanate was a nomadic power on the Eurasian Steppe.