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The old world had many great leaders Alexander the Great Hannibal and even Julius Caesar met with struggle on their rise to power Perhaps Genghis Khan was the most significant of all these rulers To prove that Genghis Khan was the greatest ruler we must go back to the very beginning of his existence We must examine such issues as Genghis struggle for power how his life as a child would affect his rule his personal and military achievements and his conquestsGenghis Khan was originally born as Temujin in 1167 He showed early promise as a leader and a fighter By 1206 an assembly of Mongolian chieftains proclaimed him Genghis Khan Which meant universal or invincible prince This was a bold move for the assembly They obviously saw some leadership qualities in Genghis that others didnt When Genghis Khan was little his chieftain father poisoned With no leader left the tribe abandoned Genghis and his mother They were left alone for many years to care for themselves Throughout these years his family met many hardships such as shortage of food and shortage of money Though unable to read Genghis was a very wise man His mother told him at a very early age the importance of trust and independence Remember you have no companions but your shadow This quote was to mean to Genghis dont put to much trust in anyone trust no one but yourself and if you must go your own way then do so In 1206 Genghis Khan proclaimed the ruler of Mongolia Genghis was a very respected leader Like other leaders he knew what his people wanted They want everything that is good and nothing that is bad Genghis knew he could not promise this so instead he pledged to share both the sweet and the bitter of life Genghis did not want to end up being poisoned like his father so instead he made alliances and attacked anyone who
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