Map of Genghis Khan's Conquests

Map of Genghis Khan's Conquests

New TED-Ed Video & Lesson: “History vs. Genghis Khan” | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

New TED-Ed Video & Lesson: “History vs. Genghis Khan” | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

Genghis Khan (1162? – August 1227), born Temujin, was the founder and Great Khan (emperor) of the Mongol Empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in history after his death.

Genghis Khan (1162? – August 1227), born Temujin, was the founder and Great Khan (emperor) of the Mongol Empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in history after his death.

How to manage your empire - Imgur

How to manage your empire

How to manage your empire - Imgur

Good guy Genghis Khan - www.viralpx.com                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Good guy Genghis Khan

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Genghis Khan, in 1207, led the Mongols on the first of many destructive, bloody invasions. Genghis Khan is estimated to have killed several million people. Ganghis Khan never learned how to read, but his success as a ruler resulted from his superior military mobility, strategy and organization. Genghis Kahn's grandson, Kublai Khan, conquered China and moved his capital to the city now known as Beijing in 1271.

Genghis Khan, in 1207, led the Mongols on the first of many destructive, bloody invasions. Genghis Khan is estimated to have killed several million people. Ganghis Khan never learned how to read, but his success as a ruler resulted from his superior military mobility, strategy and organization. Genghis Kahn's grandson, Kublai Khan, conquered China and moved his capital to the city now known as Beijing in 1271.

Ögedei Khan of the Mongol Horde

Ögedei Khan of the Mongol Horde

Badass of the Week - Hotol Khutulun c. 1260-1306, Mongolian Empire Genghis Khan's great-great-granddaughter was unbeatable in hand-to-hand combat, an expert wrestler, and she commanded a regiment of Mongol heavy cavalry in combat.

Badass of the Week - Hotol Khutulun c. 1260-1306, Mongolian Empire Genghis Khan's great-great-granddaughter was unbeatable in hand-to-hand combat, an expert wrestler, and she commanded a regiment of Mongol heavy cavalry in combat.

Genghis Khan equestrian statue, Mongolia

Genghis Khan equestrian statue, Mongolia

By the mid 13th century, the Mongols had subjugated north China, Korea, and the…

By the mid 13th century, the Mongols had subjugated north China, Korea, and the…

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