Genghis Khan. Makers of History Series

Jacob Abbott

Series: Historical Figures
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Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick

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The word khan is not a name, but a title. It means chieftain or king. It is a word used in various forms by the different tribes and nations that from time immemorial have inhabited Central Asia, and has been applied to a great number of potentates and rulers that have from time to time arisen among them. Genghis Khan was the greatest of these princes. He was, in fact, one of the most renowned conquerors whose exploits history records.
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Preface
Chapter I. PASTORAL LIFE IN ASIA
Chapter II. THE MONGULS
Chapter III. YEZONKAI KHAN
Chapter IV. THE FIRST BATTLE
Chapter V. VANG KHAN
Chapter VI. TEMUJIN IN EXILE
Chapter VII. RUPTURE WITH VANG KHAN
Chapter VIII. PROGRESS OF THE QUARREL
Chapter IX. THE DEATH OF VANG KHAN
Chapter X. THE DEATH OF YEMUKA
Chapter XI. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE EMPIRE
Chapter XII. DOMINIONS OF GENGHIS KHAN
Chapter XIII. THE ADVENTURES OF PRINCE KUSHLUK
Chapter XIV. IDIKUT
Chapter XV. THE STORY OF HUJAKU
Chapter XVI. CONQUESTS IN CHINA
Chapter XVII. THE SULTAN MOHAMMED
Chapter XVIII. THE WAR WITH THE SULTAN
Chapter XIX. THE FALL OF BOKHARA
Chapter XX. BATTLES AND SIEGES
Chapter XXI. DEATH OF THE SULTAN
Chapter XXII. VICTORIOUS CAMPAIGNS
Chapter XXIII. GRAND CELEBRATIONS
Chapter XXIV. CONCLUSION
Index

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