SOURCE: Press Release
"There is much that our leaders could learn from Genghis Khan, but we generally consider ourselves to be morally superior to him and therefore remain unwilling to learn.”
SOURCE: The Independent
20 were jailed. They have now been sent home.
by Frank McLynn
Forget all the things you’ve heard. This is the real Genghis Khan.
SOURCE: Der Spiegel
Could the Mongol conqueror's remains actually be in Russian Tuva?
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