Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ruth W. Dunnell|
|Series||The library of world biography|
|LC Classifications||DS22 .D84 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||2009030248|
Ruth Dunnell's concise, yet thorough illumination of Chinggis Khan's life is illustrated in her book Chinggis Khan: World Conqueror. This biography of Chinggis Khan conveys a refreshing perspective on the great khan's life, ensuring that the reader is aware of the positive and Cited by: 2. Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World () is a history book written by Jack Weatherford, Dewitt Wallace Professor of Anthropology at Macalester is a narrative of the rise and influence of Genghis Khan and his successors, and their influence on European civilization. Weatherford provides a different slant on Genghis Khan than has been typical in most Western accounts Author: Jack Weatherford. Genghis Khan was a warrior and ruler of genius who, starting from obscure and insignificant beginnings, brought all the nomadic tribes of Mongolia under the rule of himself and his family in a rigidly disciplined military state. He then turned his attention toward the settled peoples beyond the borders of his nomadic realm and began the series of campaigns of plunder and conquest that. ( - ) Third son of Chinggis Khan; succeeded Chinggis Khan as khagan of the Mongols following his father's death Golden Horde One of four subdivisions of the Mongol empire after the death Chinggis Khan; originally ruled by the grandson Batu; territory covered much of what is today south central Russia during the 13th and 14th centuries.
Mongol leader Genghis Khan () rose from humble beginnings to establish the largest land empire in history. After uniting the nomadic tribes of . Covering Chinggis Khan's early career, his conquests, the enduring power of his descendents, and the numerous ways he is presented in different Muslim contexts, this accessible book provides a fascinating insight into one of the most notorious men in history.5/5(1). The Mongols were a small nomadic tribe in the area of Ergön2 and kölen Na’ur.3 This mongol tribe moved to the Kelüren,4 Onon, and Tula5 districts around the years following ,6 and was one of the many tribal peoples shifting about nomadically during this period. The people of the felt walled tents were the Tatars, the Onggirads, the. "Chinggis Khan (c) was perhaps the most influential man of the last millennium, and although often criticised as a mass-slaughterer, pillager, and arch-enemy of Islam, his monumental impact upon the Muslim world, past and present, is impossible to deny.".
Covering Chinggis Khan's early career, his conquests, the enduring power of his descendents, and the numerous ways he is presented in different Muslim contexts, this accessible book provides a fascinating insight into one of the most notorious men in : Genghis Khan's armies breached the Great Wall of China, captured Beijing, and crushed all resistance in Afghanistan, Persia and Southern Russia by ruthless massacres and pillage. His armies also invaded Europe. Yet until now no historically reliable book about him has been written for a popular audience. This book analyses how Genghis Khan was able to unite the primitive Mongol tribes of the 4/5(3). Chinggis Khaan Hotel is rated "Very Good" by our guests. Take a look through our photo library, read reviews from real guests and book now with our Price Guarantee. We’ll even let you know about secret offers and sales when you sign up to our emails.8/10(44). Covering Chinggis Khan's early career, his conquests, the enduring power of his descendents, and the numerous ways he is presented in different Muslim contexts, this accessible book provides a fascinating insight into one of the most notorious men in history.