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  Genghis Khan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Genghis' father, Yesugei, khan of the Borjigin and nephew to Ambaghai and Qutula Khan, emerged as the head of the ruling clan of the Mongols, but this position was contested by the rival Tayichi’ud clan, who descended directly from Ambaghai.
Genghis Khan and others are widely cited as producing a highly efficient army with remarkable discipline, organization, toughness, dedication, loyalty and military intelligence, in comparison to their enemies.
Heirs to Discord: The Supratribal Aspirations of Jamuqa, Toghrul, and Temüjin
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 genghis khan - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
Genghis Khan was born by the name of Temujin In 1162, the second son of Yeskhei, a tribal chief of the Kiyad (singular: Kiyan).
Genghis Khan's military philosophy in general was to defeat opponents with the least risk and cost to the Mongols, relying on his loyal and meritocratically chosen generals and his soldiers.
Genghis Khan and the Mongols are controversial topics from where our current understanding stands today, and those are about to change to give balance to different cultural views, in which the negativity mostly comes from the West and Middle East that was threated and destroyed (In Europe, Poland, Hungary, and parts of Russia, for example).
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 Genghis Khan - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Genghis Khan put a lot of trust in his generals, such as Muqali, Jebe and Subudei and gave them free rein in battles and allowed them to make decisions on their own when they embarked on campaign on their own very far away from the Mongol Empire capital Kharakhorum.
Genghis Khan himself was technically not Han Chinese originally, but he and his successors did fully unite China, eventually were assimilated by the Chinese culture, and left a significant, lasting, but questionable, imprint on Chinese political and social structures for subsequent generations.
Genghis Khan generally preferred to offer opponents the chance to submit to his rule without a fight and become vassals by sending tribute and accepting residents, but was ruthless if he encountered any resistance.
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 Genghis Khan : search word
Genghis Khan was born by the name of Temüjin sometime between 1162 and 1167, the second son of Yesükhei, a tribal chief of the Kiyad (singular: Kiyan).
Genghis Khan totally supported his nomadic way of life and had many experiences and hardships that he faced when young in his life to show it, and therefore sympathized totally with all his people and their way of life.
Genghis Khan added the one necessary ingredient, which was strict discipline to his armies that was similar to many armies of the steppes during the time that were based upon the light cavalry horse-archer type of warfare that was advantagous in open-field battles like the armies of Jurchens and previously Huns.
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 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on Genghis Khan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Genghis Khan was related through his father to Qabul Khan, Ambaghai and Qutula Khan who had headed the Mongol confederation under Jin patronage until the Jin switched their support to the Tatars in 1161 and destroyed Qutula Khan.
Genghis Khan's father, Yesugei, khan of the Borjigin, and nephew to Ambaghai and Qutula Khan, emerged as the head of the ruling clan of the Mongols, but this position was contested by the rival Tayichi?ud clan, who descended directly from Ambaghai.
Today Genghis Khan's image is that of a ruthless and powerful conquerer in most of the world, known for his willpower and political persuasiveness, as also for fostering meritocracy among the nomads and the the Yasa code which formed the basis of the Empire.
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 Genghis Khan
Genghis Khan (also spelled as Chingis Khan, Jenghis Khan, etc.), born as Temujin (Тэм??жин), was a medieval Great Khan (Emperor) of the Mongol Empire (Их Монгол Улс) and one of the most successful and most powerful military leaders in history.
At the time of Genghis Khan's death in 1227, the empire was divided among his four sons, with his third son as the supreme Khan, but by the 1350s, the khanates were in a state of fracture and had lost the order brought to them by Genghis Khan.
Genghis Khan also created a national seal, encouraged the use of a written alphabet in Mongolia, and exempted teachers, lawyers, and artists from taxes, although taxes were heavy on all other subjects of the empire.
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 Politics of Genghis Khan
By contrast, on the steppe the Khan’s power is derived entirely from the personal support of his generals and his troops, and there is nothing really concrete for him to hand down.
Genghis Khan created a new area of order by using the nomads' military advantages to extend his rule (as prophesied in his monotheistic vision on Mount Burqan Qaldun) over a greater area of Eurasia than anyone had ever done before.
Genghis was a precursor of the great European maritime trade empires of the modern age, which were specifically motivated by the stories of Chinese wealth told by Marco Polo and others.
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 Chagatai Khan - Indopedia, the Indological knowledgebase
Chagatai Khan (alternative spellings Chagata, Chugta, Chagta, Djagatai) was the son of Genghis Khan.
He is also the person whom the Chagatai Turks generally and the Chughtais of South Asia claim descent.
This is a Family name/clan in South Asia (India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and the associated diaspora) that claims descent from Chagatai Khan, as thus status as a Chagatai Turk.
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 Ancient China: The Mongolian Empire: The Yuan Dynasty, 1279-1368
Genghis Khan was perhaps one of the greatest military innovators in human history, and his army consisted of perhaps the best-trained horsemen in all of human history.
Genghis Khan could literally move troops around in the heat of battle as easily as he would move chess pieces.
When Genghis Khan died, Mongol armies were poised to conquer Hungary, which they would have accomplished had not their leader died.
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 After Genghis Khan
During the 1250s, Genghis's grandson Hulegu Khan, operating from the Mongol base in Persia, destroyed the Abbasid Caliphate in Baghdad and destroyed the cult of the Assassins, moving into Palestine towards Egypt.
The Great Khan Mongke having died, however, he hastened to return for the election, and the force that remained in Palestine was destroyed by the Mamluks under Baibars in 1261 at Ayn Jalut.
By the reign of Kublai Khan, the empire was already in the process of splitting into a number of smaller khanates.
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 Genghis Khan Encyclopedia Articles @ VeryGoodCredit.com (Very Good Credit)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Börte's first child, Jochi, was born roughly nine months after she was freed from the Merkit, leading to questions about the child's paternity.
Many in the Mamluk army were Slavs who had fought the Mongols years before as free men but were defeated and sold via Italian merchants to the Sultan of Cairo.
In such cases he would not give an alternative but ordered massive collective slaughter of the population of resisting cities and destruction of their property, usually by burning it to the ground.
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 Genghis Khan - Wikiquote
But my life was too short to achieve the conquest of the world.
That task is left for you." -Genghis Khan, to his sons at the end of his life.
Do not ever say this again." - expressing his opinion when Chagatai says that Jochi is not his son and should not succeed him.
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 Genghis
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This is a VF Billon Dirhem (Sourdel 594v) struck between 1206-1227 AD in the name of Genghis Khan.
From the age of thirteen he began to weld the Mongol tribes into one, and terror was his instrument.
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