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It has been said that the Mongols were the most cruel and barbaric of the peoples that have roamed this earth My research paper is on the greatest of the Mongols Genghis Khan Genghis Khan was even in the lightest sense a military genius Genghis Khan almost conquered the world He instilled in humankind a fear that lasted for ages But what drove him to do it Was it by chance This paper will explain how the generals childhood molded the man into the best war general of the known world The Mongols originally consisted of loosely organized nomadic tribes Nomadic refers to a tribe whose members wander and travel around never staying in one place very long They were considered barbarians by European standards They had no written language and they were uneducated except in warfare Their land was in the most sense barren for it was the Gobi Desert In the Gobi weather could change at a moments notice from scorching heat to blustering cold To protect themselves from the unforgiving cold the Mongols smeared themselves with oil and grease This offered sufficient protection but they had to still worry about the wind for the desert was barren and with no trees to divert the wind the gusts were sometimes enough to make riding on horseback difficult Their culture was very unique In the spring meat fur and milk were abundant In the winter however it was not The Mongols evidently did not care much for their children for they did not sacrifice their food for them Whenever food was brought in during the winter all of it was put in the a pot and then the order of people got it The order of people were - the able-bodied men taking the first portions the aged and the women received the pot next and the children had to fight for the rest Lamb 23 When there was a shortage of cattle the
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