Compare the Mongol intrusions in Eurasia to the Viking invasions in Northern Europe. Compare them in terms of historic significance over time and impacting many individualsThe two invasions have noticeable differences in addition to some resemblances. They are different in the sense that the Mongol intrusions triggered disunity and did not benefit any of the lands they dominated in main Asia, Russia, Persia due to the fact that they damaged more havoc than any advantages in the long run by completely destructive lands that took centuries to recover from, they spread the bubonic plague to numerous areas eliminating millions through biological/chemical warfare and because they were constantly moving and did not have long-term settlements.The Mongols began moving and conquering various lands because much of their grazing and farming lands had actually become occupied or consumed. Unlike the Vikings, the Mongols used their dominated individuals (the Persians) to run their government to keep it stabilized.Similar to the Vikings; they imposed their authority through their ferocity and their swift hit and runs.The invasions encouraged decentralized political order in France and led to the rise of local authorities. Unlike the Mongols who attacked on land, the Vikings were sea raiders.The Vikings were originally Norse merchants and traders, but as the developed fantastic sea skills in building ships and sailing them, they became raiders who plundered lands opposed to the Mongols who were always fierce enemies of Asia who were always raiding lands. The Vikings set out to find new lands and raid them due to population pressures and oppressive Christian churches the imposed Christianity and wanted to destroy the Vikings’ pagan beliefs.