The Conquests of Genghis Khan Mongolian Army leader, Genghis Khan, killed around forty million people by the end of his campaign (Andrews). He is described by many historians as a ruthless and savage killer, however, he was also a cunning General, leader, and diplomat. The Khan was an incredibly innovative individual during the time of his reign that stormed Central Asia, the Middle East, and parts of Europe until his death at the age of sixty-five (Smitha). Genghis Khan and the Mongolian army had
under the leadership of a prominent Chinese military figure named Genghis Khan. Genghis Khan, also known as Temuchin or Chinggis Khan, changed the way China was conducted as whole by uniting the different Mongolian tribes. Khan’s legacy in China was well known for conquering other Chinese territories by cruel and ruthless military tactics. There is even a modern day film, Mongol: The Rise of the Genghis Khan, that portrays Genghis Khan and the Mongols actions during the 12th and 13th century. While
Leonardo da Vinci. Michelangelo. Genghis Khan. What do these three men have in common? According to Jack Weatherford, they’re all Renaissance men. In his book, Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World (2004), Weatherford claims that Khan was not the barbaric leader of savages he had been portrayed as in Western Culture, but instead was an intelligent, strategic leader with a focus on securing the wellbeing of his empire. The book does a fantastic job at highlighting many of Khan’s contributions
According to the Oxford Dictionary, literacy is defined as “The ability to read and write.” Traditional literacy will be the focus of this paper due to the fact that in the last decade a new type of literacy has emerged called digital literacy, which will have a greater importance as new generation come of age. These generations are considered digital natives and according to Technopedia (Technopedia
whose development is the essential part of globalization, is always the most important part of the international trade. So understanding the changes of trade between Europe and Asia can help us easily understand the changes of world trade. In this paper, I will focus on the changes of trade routes between Europe and Asia before and after the Black Death.