Conquering the world on horseback is easy; it is dismounting and governing that is hard. -- Ghengis Khan From The Gigantic Book of Horse
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Today's installment concludes Ghengis Khan Founds the Mongol Empire, our selection from History of the Mongols by Henry H. Howorth published in 1888.
Abandoned by most of his troops, he fled to the desert Baldjuna, where he was reduced to great straits. Continuing Ghengis Khan Founds the Mongol
Ssanang Setzen has much more detail, and his narrative is interesting because, as Schmidt suggests, it apparently contains the only account extant of
During the action, having been hit by twelve arrows, he fell from his horse unconscious Continuing Ghengis Khan Founds the Mongol Empire, our
He was not long in collecting a number of his men together, and soon managed to increase their number to thirteen thousand. Continuing Ghengis Khan
This series has six easy 5 minute installments. This first installment: While His Parents Lived. Introduction Of all the barbarian tribes which