Genghis Khan, the Emperor of All Men

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R. M. McBride, 1927 - Military history, Medieval - 270 pages
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The fascinating story of the barbarian who conquered half the world and made the name "Mongol" a cry of terror down the centuries.

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User Review  - badgenome - LibraryThing

Not a terribly academic work; rather, Lamb employed the skills he'd honed as a writer of adventurous fiction to create what might be called a romanticized pulp history. Originally published in 1927 ... Read full review

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"Genghis Khan was careful to preserve what he thought might be useful to himself and his people; the rest was destroyed....Because GK did not, like Muhammad the prophet, make war on the world for a ... Read full review

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Foreword
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III
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IV
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