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Dmitry Donskoy (1350-1389) was the Russian prince who defended Moscow against the Tatars in 1378, who nonetheless re-established their rule over Russia during his reign. It took another century, until 1480, for Muscovy to break the hold of the Mongols, doing so under the rule of Ivan III (father of Ivan the Terrible).

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Led the Mongols into Russia and conquered Kiev.?

Batu Khan


What led the Mongols into Russian and conquered Kiev?

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Who led the mongols into russia and conquered kieve?

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Were the mongols led by Genghis Khan?

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