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Is Inner Mongolia and Mongolia a place? The difference between Mongolia and Inner Mongolia

Is Inner Mongolia and Inner Mongolia a place?

It's a place. Chinese Name: Inner Mongolia, foreign name: Neimenggu, Nei Monggol, Inner Mongolia, &ා1256; В & #1257; рМонгол (Cyrillic Mongolian). Alias: Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, northern China.

In the Qing Dynasty, the earlier Inner Mongolian parts in the southern part of the desert were called 'inner zhasak Mongolia', the later attached parts such as kharka and irut were called outer zhasak Mongolia, and the parts such as Chahar and Tangnuwu LIANGHAI without zhasak were called Inner Mongolia. The word 'neizhasak Mongolia' later evolved into the word 'Inner Mongolia'.

In Mongolian, the name of Inner Mongolia was originally the same as that of Chinese (translated by Bao Pei: DOTU & gamma; adumong & gamma; ol; Cyrillic writing method: д отоолмонгол). In 1947, the Inner Mongolia autonomous government changed the Mongolian name to (Baopei transferred to & ouml; B & ouml; rmong & gamma; ol; Cyrillic writing method: &ා1257; В & #1257; рмонгол), which is still in use today.

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What is the relationship between Inner Mongolia and Mongolia?

Inner Mongolia and Mongolia originally belong to Mongolia. In the history of Mongolia, it was ruled by Xiongnu, Xianbei, ruran, Turkic, Qidan, China and other nationalities. In 1206, Genghis Khan established the great Mongolia. In 1271, his grandson Kublai Khan established the Yuan Dynasty. After the demise of the Mongols, they returned to the Mongolian grassland. At the end of the 7th century, the whole territory of Mongolia was included in the reign of the Qing Dynasty. After the fall of the Qing Dynasty in 1911, Mongolia declared its independence.

In the 11th century A.D., the alliance led by Tatar was formed. Therefore, 'Tatar' or 'Tatar' once became the general name of the Mongolian grassland. In the song, Liao and Jin Dynasties, the Mongols in the north of the desert were called black Tatars, and the Mongols in the south of the desert were called white Tatars. At the beginning of the 13th century A.D., after Genghis Khan unified all the parts of Mongolia, they gradually merged into a new national community, and the name of 'Mongolia' changed from the original name of a tribe to the name of a nation.