The Mongols forces were defeated by Wenceslas I of Bohemia at Klodzko,
I'd like to see a cite for that (other than Wikipedia).
Furthermore, I'd like to see what Mongol general was in command of that battle (Kaidan, Batu, or Subodei etc.)
This seems to be one of those arguments that claimed that the Mongols were defeated on the basis of what they didn't do (mercilessly plunder Bohemia.) If there was no decisive victory in terms of battle or even Fabian strategies, then your argument that King Wesenclas (decisively??) defeated the Mongols is disputable.' Ah, I see Hackeneyed scribe already covered this, and the Mongols plundered and sacked towns in Bohemia lol.
I agree that feudal armies were small; even slightly outnumbered by the Mongols in the context of the discussion (moreso on a strategic or operational level than a tactical one though). Feudal arms, in my opinion, relied on quality (provided via barracks, leadership, defensive advantage, tradition, or something rather), not quantity.