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Mongolian Royal Family

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Mongolian Royal Family

Historically, Mongolia had royal families such as Ashina of the Göktürks, the Borjigin of the Mongols and the Choros clan of the Oirats, etc. Most Mongolian rulers since the 13th century were descendants of Genghis Khan, or tried to trace their lineage to him.

The term Mongolian Royal Family refers to the family of Prince Demchugdongrub (chin. De Wang), Japanese puppet ruler of Mengjiang, as a part of Inner Mongolia was called during the period of its Japanese occupation.

  • Prince Demchugdongrub (Mongol Prince and local ruler of pro-Japanese Mongolian administration in Mengjiang)
  • Namuzilewangchuke (Father of Prince De Wang, also the chief of the Xilinguole Alliance)
  • Taijide princess (wife of Prince De Wang)
  • Prince Dugursulong (son of Prince De Wang)
  • Taijide princess of the Abaga Banner (another daughter of Prince De Wang)
  • Prince Su (Hooge) (a distant relation of Prince De Wang)
  • Prince Su (son of the above, and father of East Jewel)
  • Kawashima Yoshiko (Manchu Aisingoro Xianwangyu) (princess, daughter of Prince Su and collaborator during the occupation)
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