Genghis Khan: Invincible Ruler of the Mongol Empire

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Enslow publishers, Incorporated, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
Genghis Khan conquered more kingdoms and won more battles in his lifetime than any other ruler in history. Although brutal force served as a necessary tool in his victories, Genghis Khan ruled with wisdom, caution, ambition, and loyalty. During his rule, new trade routes were opened and kept safe throughout Asia. Readers follow Zachary Kent as he takes the reader through Genghis Khan's development from a young hunter on horseback to a mighty ruler.

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