Climate probably stopped Mongols cold in Hungary

microscopic image of tree rings

Oak tree ring data suggest that Hungary experienced a minor climate shift from 1242 to 1246, which may have hampered Mongol efforts to invade and control the region. 

Willy Tegel

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