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Genghis Khan

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Genghis Khan, formerly known as Tiemuzhen (1162–1227), was a member of the Mongolian monk. Khan of Great Mongolia, an outstanding politician and strategist in the history of the world. In the 32nd year of Shaoxing (1162), he was born in the upper reaches of the Weibei River in Mobei (now Kent Province, Mongolia), named Tiemuzhen. Around the eleventh year of the reign of Emperor Xixi (1184), he became the Khan of the Mongolian Ministry of Yan, step by step to unify the Mongolian ministries. In the second year of Kailuan (1206), the establishment of the Great Mongolia, the honorary name "Genghis Khan" (Genghis Khan), promulgated the "Genghis Khan Code." He launched a foreign war many times and conquered the Black Sea coastal areas of Sida Central Asia and Eastern Europe. In the third year of Baoqing (1227), the soldiers were conscripted in Xixia, died on the way, secretly buried.

Genghis Khan was born in the second year of the Jin Dynasty (1162), and was scattered after his father was killed. Through continuous efforts, the joint Zha Muhe and his father's An Jie dislocated and led the reorganization, and finally slowly developed and finally unified Mongolia. After the founding of Genghis Khan, the forces flourished and the implementation of the thousand-dollar system established the Guards. Started to launch a large-scale conquest war. After more than 20 years of war with Xixia, the main force of the Xixia Army was repeatedly created, and the King of Xixia was forced to descend, except for the northwestern barrier of the Jin Dynasty to smoothly attack the gold. In the 21st year of Genghis Khan, he led the army to 100,000 to destroy the main force of the Xixia Army, and the next year Xixia died. In the six years of Genghis Khan, he led the army to cut gold and began the 24-year Mengjin War. In the thirteenth year of Genghis Khan, the pioneers of the sects of the sects of the sects of the West Liao succumbed to the law and cleared the obstacles of the Western Expedition

In the fourteenth year of Genghis Khan, Haier Khan, the scorpion of the scorpion, killed the 499 peace merchants of the Mongolian Khanate, and his king, Capri, arbitrarily killed the ambassador of Genghis Khan. On the grounds of this, Genghis Khan, with the purpose of military expansion and plundering of property, pro-rate the army with a distance of about 200,000 points. The Huazizi model was wiped out, and the Chincha cavalry and the Principality of the Jurassic were also defeated. The ancient Indus River and the Volga River became the battlefield for fierce competition. The prince of the flower scorpion mold, Zalandin, led the remnant to resist, and in the Battle of Balu Bend, nearly 30,000 Mongolian soldiers were eliminated. However, the flower scorpion model has gone all the way. Zarandin was trapped by the Genghis Khan on the edge of the Shen River. Finally, he broke out to India and the Genghis Khan class returned to Mobei.

In the autumn of 20 years of Genghis Khan (1225), Genghis Khan returned to the Mongolian steppe after seven years of Western Expedition. Because of Xi Xia’s alliance, the Lord will die with Mu Huali. Genghis Khan insisted on the pro-enforcement of Xixia despite his 64-year-old age. On the way, the hunting was injured, the high fever could not afford, and the soldiers were still not retired. The King of Xixia was forced to send messengers to seek a fall. Genghis Khan was in critical condition and died in Qingshui County (now Gansu) in Liupan Mountain. He was 66 years old. Its sons and squads and towing mines abide by Genghis Khan’s legacy, and in the six years of Wokutai’s sweat (1234). In October of the second year of the Yuan Dynasty (1265), Yuan Shizu Kublai was chasing the name of Genghis Khan as Taizu.

The Mongolian Khanate established by Genghis Khan and his descendants spanned the Eurasian continent, and the world’s various religions were almost within the limits of their rule. These include the Shamanism originally believed by the Mongols, the Buddhism that the Tibetans, the Xixia and the Han people believe in, the Taoism in the Jin and Southern Song Dynasties, the Manichaeism, the fear of the Yi and the Islams believed by the Western countries, some tribes in the Mongolian Plateau, and even the Chincha and the Roths Christianity that countries believe in. The Mongolian aristocracy conquered the world, basically adopting a policy of massacres and looting. However, its religious policy is relatively open-minded. It does not force the conquered to convert to the Mongolian religion. Instead, it declares freedom of religion, allows the various sects to exist, and allows the Mongols. Free participation in various sects is basically exempt from taxation and servitude for believers. The implementation of this policy has reduced the resistance of the conquered to a certain extent, and has played a significant role in the world of the Mongolian aristocracy and the rule of the world. In China, Islam took the opportunity to develop eastward, and a large number of Muslims moved to China, laying the foundation for the formation of the Muslim nation.

Genghis Khan in "Marco Polo's Travels" is a male ruler who wins the rulers of the people with wisdom, kindness, justice and moderation. Someone once counted that Genghis Khan had carried out more than 60 wars in his life. Nothing failed except for the thirteen-wing war, which was actively retreated due to the disparity in strength. Therefore, Chinese scholar Liu Letu said in his book "Genghis Khan": "Genghis Khan is a war genius that is difficult for future generations to overcome. He will fight the enemy's military talents to the extreme." "The iron ride under his arm is like a broken bamboo. The smoke has swept through Russia, Afghanistan and northern India. In the vast Eurasia, Genghis Khan has become an invincible god.

After the death of Genghis Khan, his children and grandchildren held a very special funeral for him, burying a special character in this world history. He did not leave the mausoleum and Baoding, only inserted a circle of arrows around 30 miles around his grave, and sent heavy troops to guard the forbidden land. Since the time has passed for more than 700 years, the location of the Mausoleum of Genghis Khan has become a mystery. It is said that Genghis Khan was killed in the vicinity of Liupan Mountain when he attacked Xixia in the summer of 1227. According to this, some archaeological experts believe that according to the Mongolian past customs, people should be disposed of within three days of death, or burial, or burial, or cremation, in order to fear that the body will rot and the soul will not be paradise. Therefore, the possibility of burial on the ground after the death of Genghis Khan is very high.

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