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Links 1 through 10 of 67 by Bos Kabout tagged history

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On the off chance that you didn’t know, we thought we’d offer a brief tutorial of their past while you listen in on their future.

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In the eight hundred years since his death, people have sought in vain for the grave of Genhis Khan, the 13th-century conqueror and imperial ruler who, at the time of his death, occupied the largest contiguous empire, stretching from the Caspian Sea to the Pacific. In capturing most of central Asia and China, his armies killed and pillaged but also forged new links between East and West. One of history’s most brilliant and ruthless leaders, Khan remade the world.

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