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In the year 1162 Temujin was born later to be known and feared as the great Genghis Khan Merkit warriors poisoned his father when he turned ten years old and then became chief The whole tribe fled He lived a lonely life owning only seven sheep sometimes digging for food My greatest good fortune was to chase and defeat my enemies conquer his lands and people and share his riches In this paper I will examine how a man like Genghis Khan one clearly of humble beginnings could strike fear in the hearts of thousands and defeat entire villages leaving only ruins as in the case of Xi Xia and eventually built the largest kingdom the world has every known How this man instilled great fear and terror among many Asians yet his methods of torture were a sign of his times Genghis Khan was the leader of one of the worlds greatest empires the Mongol Empire Genghis Khan united rival tribes in Asia creating a great nation that stretched from the Aral Sea to the Yellow Sea of China In plain he united people of different cultures which created the China we know today Genghis Khan also inspired others and after his death his followers went on using his battle tactics to gain more land and defeat greater enemies When Temujin was nine years old his father was poisoned after robbing a rival tribe the Tatars The family was rejected out of society and they lived alone fishing gathering berries and onions and hunting small rodents to survive As a child his older half-brother Bekhter who stole Temujins biggest catch when the boys went fishing or hunting often tormented Temujin When Temujin grew older he killed his half-brother in an act of revenge and I believe that this event greatly influenced his personality and the way he
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