There was a time when the Mongol Empire occupied the territory from modern Korea to Poland. Genghis Khan was the creator of the empire, its unifier and great commander.
On a high plateau surrounded by mountain ranges and massifs among the endless steppes, a nomadic people grew up. From infancy, boys were taught to military craft, hunting, horse breeding. As they grew older, the boys turned into skilled warriors. It is not surprising that with such a horde, Genghis Khan conquered half the world, it is surprising that not the whole world.
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