Non-Revisionist Politically Incorrect History of the World compiled from the original authors: Part 3

For the Non-Revisionist, Politically Incorrect History of the World: The Modern Part compiled from the Ancient Historians of the time.

I am giving you links to the books on the history of the world, that the Founder’s of the United States of America studied in their time. These are history books that were published in the mid-late 18th century, and were the most popular history books of that time period. There is ample evidence that the Founder’s of the United States studied these to aid them in gaining their perspectives of the world. I have divided the links into the different sections to make it easier for you, the reader to find the history that interests you.

NOTE: Remember when reading the Old English, the lowercase “F” in a lot of instances is equal to an “S”, example in the partial sentence “WE have feen, In the courfe”

It reads “WE have seen, In the course”

OR in this example “affuming the royal title of foltan only over their Seljuk fubjects, and their other conquefts : fo that, in order to fet forth the furprifing decline,”

It reads “assuming the royal title of Soltan only over their Seljuk subjects, and their other conquests : so that, in order to set forth the surprising decline,”

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See also Non-Revisionist Politically Incorrect History of the World With Biblical References Part 1

Non-Revisionist Politically Incorrect History of the World With Biblical References Part 2

The modern part of an universal history from the earliest accounts to the present time; (1780) Volume 1

  • Contents:
  • Preface:
  • Chapter 1, The Life of Mohammed.
  • Chapter 2, The History of the Empire of the Arabs, under the First Four Khalifs.
  • Chapter 3, The History of the Arabs from the accession of the Family of Ommiyah to the transferring of the Khalifat to the Family of Abbas.

The modern part of an universal history from the earliest accounts to the present time; (1780) Volume 2

  • Contents:
  • Chapter 3: The History of the Arabs from the accession of the Family of Ommiyah to the transferring of the Khalifat to the Family of Abbas.
  • Chapter 4: The History of the Arabs from the Elevation of the Family of Abbas to the Throne of the Muslims, to the Taking of Baghdad by the Tartars.

The modern part of an universal history from the earliest accounts to the present time; (1780) Volume 3

  • Contents:
  • Chapter 4: The History of the Arabs from the Elevation of the Family of Abbas to the Throne of the Muslims, to the Taking of Baghdad by the Tartars.
  • Chapter 5: General History of the Turks, and the Empires founded by them in Tartary and Lower Asia, the Origin, Country, and different Tribes, or Branches of the Turkish Nation; with their Public Transactions till their destruction in Tartary.
  • Chapter 6, The History of the Seljukians of Iran, or Persia, at large, and of Kerman.
  • Chapter 7, The History of the Third Dynasty of the Seljukians, called that of Rum.

The modern part of an universal history from the earliest accounts to the present time; (1780) Volume 4

  • Advertisement (NOTE) To Readers Concerning this Fourth Volume
  • Book 1: General History of the Turks, and the empires founded by them in Tartary and the Lower Asia. Chapter 1: The origin country and different tribes or branches, of the Turkish nation with an account of their affairs till the destruction of their empire in Tartary. Section 1: The Origin of the Turks
  • Section 2: A General Description of Great Tartary, with an account of the Turkish tribes or nations inhabiting it, according to Arab authors
  • Section 3: An account of the Turkish tribes or nations, as delivered by the Turkish and Tartarian historians.
  • Section 4, The affairs of the Turks with the nations bordering on Tartary, and among themselves, from their first appearance, till the time of Genghis Khan.
  • Section 5, Character of the Turks before the time of Genghis Khan; and whether they were descendents of the ancient Scythians, or the present inhabitants of Tartary are descended from them.
  • Section 6: Of the original country inhabited by the Turks, with a description of the present Turkestan.
  • Chapter 2: The History of the Seljukians of Iran, or Persia, at large, and of Kerman. Section 1: The authority on which the Seljukians history is grounded.
  • Section 2: The origin of the Seljukians, and their entrance into Persia.
  • Section 3: Their transactions in Persia, and founding of their first monarchy there.
  • Section 4: The reign of Togrol Bek, (First Sultan)
  • Section 5: The reign of Alp Arslan, (Second Sultan)
  • Section 6: The reign of Malik-Shah I, (Third Sultan)
  • Section 7: The reign of Barkiarok, (Forth Sultan)
  • Section 8: The reigns of Mohammed and Sanjar. (5th & 6th Sultans)
  • Section 9: The reigns of Mahmud, Togrol, and Massud (7th, 8th, 9th Sultans)
  • Section 10: The reigns of Malek Shah II, Mohammed II, Soleyman Shah, Arslan, and Togrol II, in whom the dynasty ended.
  • Chapter 3: The Sultans of the second branch, or dynasty of the Seljukians, called that of Kerman.
  • Chapter 4: History of the third dynasty of the Seljukians, called that of Rum.
  • Section 1: Their dominions, conquests, establishment and succession.
  • Section 2: The reign of Sultan Soleyman.
  • Interregnum: (Interregnum is a period of discontinuity or “gap” in a government, organization, or social order.)
  • Section 3: Reign of Sultan Kilij Arslan I.
  • Section 4: The reign of Sultan Saysan.
  • Section 5: The reign of Sultan Massud.
  • Section 6: The reign of Sultan Kilij Arslan II.
  • Section 7: The reigns of Gayatho’ddin Kay Khosraw, Rokno’ddin Soleyman, Kilij Arslan III, and of Kay Khosraw a second time.
  • Section 8: The reigns of Sultan Kaykaws and Also’ddin Kaykokad.
  • Section 9: The reigns of Gayatho’ddin Kay Khosraw, and Azzo’ddin.
  • Book II: The history of the Moguls and Tartars from the time of Genghis Khan;
  • Chapter 1: A description of Western Tartary, as divided at present among the three branches of Mungls, or Moguls.
  • Section 1: Country of the Mungls properly so called.
  • Chapter 2: The country of the Kalka Mungls.
  • Chapter 3: The countries belonging to the Eluths, or Eluth Mungls.
  • Chapter 4: The conquest of Karazm, Great Bakharia and Iran (or Persia at large), till the defeat of Sultan Jalalo’ddin Mankberni.
  • Chapter 5: Conquests in Iran, from the battle of Indus, to Genghis Khan’s return into Tartary.
  • Chapter 6: Conquest of the kingdom of Hya, and progress in that of Kitay, till the death of Genghis Khan.
  • Book IV: The history of Genghis Khan’s successors in Mogulestan, or the country of the Moguls.
  • Chapter 1: The reign of Oktay Khan, second emperor of the Mungls.
  • Chapter 2: The regency of Tolyekona, and reign of Quey-yew Khan.
  • Section 1: The regency of Tolyekona, or Turakina Khatun.
  • Section 2: The reign of Quey-yew, or Kayuk Khan.
  • Chapter 4: The reign of Mengko, or Mangu Khan.
  • Chapter 5: The reign of Hu-pi-lay, or Kublay Khan.
  • Section 1: Progress of the War in China, till Peyen, or Bayan, was made Generalissimo.
  • Section 2: Pe-yen’s victories, and the ruin of the Song dynasty by that great Captain.
  • Section 3: Commencement of the Ywen dynasty, and its affairs, to the death of Hu-pi-lay.

The modern part of an universal history from the earliest accounts to the present time; (1780) Volume 5

  • Book II:
  • Chapter 6: The history of Genghis Khan’s successors in Tartary and China, The reign of Timur, called by the Chinese Chingtsong.
  • Chapter 7: The reign of Hayshan, called by the Chinese Vu-tsong.
  • Chapter 8: The reign of Ayyuli-palipata, styled by the Chinese Jin-tfong.
  • Chapter 9: The reign of Shotepala, called by the Chinese Ing-tsong.
  • Chapter 10: The reign of Yesun-temur, styled by the Chinese Tay-ting.
  • Chapter 11: The reign of Hoshila, known to the Chinese by the title of Ming-tsong.
  • Chapter 12: The reign of Tutemur, styled by the Chinese Ven-tsong.
  • Chaoter 13: The reign of Towhan-temur, styled by the Chinese Shun-ti.
  • Section 1: The distractions and rebellions which attended his bad government.
  • Section 2: The rise of Chu, or Hong-vu, and ruin of the Ywen dynasty.
  • Chapter 14: History of the Mungls, after their expulsion out of China, to the present.
  • Book III:
  • Chapter 1: The history of Juji, or Tuthi Khan, and his descendents, who reigned over the Kipjaks, with that of the Khans of Krim Tartary.
  • Book IV: The history of the princes of the race of Genghis Khan, who have reigned in the Great and Little Bukharia, with part of Karazm.
  • Chapter 1: A description of Great Bukharia.
  • Chapter 2: A description of Little Bukharia.
  • Chapter 3: The history of Great Bukharia, of Jagatay Khan, and his successors.
  • Chapter 4: The history of Little Bikharia, Of the descendents of Jagatay Khan, who reigned in Little Bukharia.
  • Book V: History of the descendents of Genghis Khan, who reigned in Iran, or Persia at large.
  • Chapter 1: The reign of Hulagu Khan.
  • Chapter 2: The reign of Abaka ll Khan.
  • Chapter 3: Section 1: The reign of Nikudar Oglan, or Ahmed Khan.
  • Section 2: The reign of Argun Khan.
  • Section 3: The reign of Gantaju Khan.
  • Section 4: The reign of Baydu Khan.
  • Section 5: The reign of Gazan or Kazan Khan.
  • Section 6: The reign of Aljaytu or Aljaptu Khan.
  • Section 7: The reign of Abusaid Khan.
  • Chapter 4: Dynasties which sprung up on the death of Abusaid Khan.
  • Section 1: The dynasty of the Il Khanians, The reign of Sheikh Hassan Buzruk.
  • Section 2: The dynasty of the Jubanians, or Chubanians, The reign of Sheikh Hassan Kujuk.
  • Book VI: The history of Timur Bek, commonly called Tamerlan, and his successors.
  • Chapter 1: The transactions preceding Timur’s reign.
  • Chapter 2: The exploits of Timur, from his enthronement, to the reduction of Iran, or Persia at large.
  • Chapter 3: Wars with the Kipjaks and Getes, Conquest of the countries to the Euphrates.
  • Chapter 4: Timur invades and conquers Hindustan.
  • Chapter 5: Timur overthrows Bayezid, and reduces Georgia. Dies on his march to conquer China.
  • Chapter 6: Distractions which arose on the death of Timur, and the usurpation of Kalil Sultan.
  • Chapter 7: The reign of Shah Rukh.
  • Chapter 8: The reign of Abusaid Mirza.
  • Chapter 9: Of the Princes descended from Timur, who reigned in Khorassan, and other parts of Iran, after the death of Shah Rukh.
  • Book VII: The history of the Shahs reigning in Persia.
  • Introduction: Of the Sosian family, and origin of the Shahs.
  • Chapter 1: The reign of Shah Ismael Sofi.
  • Chapter 2: The reigns of Tahmasp I, and Ismael II.
  • Chapter 3: The reign of Mohammed Khodabandeh, Hamzeh, and Ismael III.
  • Chapter 4: The reign of Shah Abbas I, surnamed the Great.
  • Chapter 5: The reign of Sasi, or Sesi I.
  • Chapter 6: The reign of Abbas II.

Continue in Part 4 (Still working on it)

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