Genghis Khan Or the Emperor of All Men 1928
1928. Eight hundred or so years ago, a man almost conquered the earth. He made himself master of half the known world and inspired humankind with a fear that lasted for generations. Genghis Khan, meaning universal ruler, was a man difficult to measure by ordinary standards. When he marched with his army, it was by degrees of latitude and longitude instead of miles; cities in his path were often obliterated and rivers diverted from their courses; deserts were populated with the fleeing and dying, and after he had passed, wolves and ravens were often the sole living things in a once populous area.
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Review: Genghis Khan: Emperor of All MenUser Review - Jennifer - Goodreads
tried to listen to this via audible and realized i already had; some good info, the listen is hard, though, lots of sounds effects that are distracting and add nothing to the story; Read full review
Review: Genghis Khan: Emperor of All MenUser Review - Neale Aslett - Goodreads
A fascinating read of a much maligned ruler, a man far superior to his European contemporaries, a man who shook the world in his passing and created a peoples hitherto fragmented into warring tribes. An easy read (for those with a grasp of history) and a fulfilling one to all others. Read full review