The Life of Chingis Khan by Vladimirtsov 1.Vladimirtsov, B. Ya. : The Life of Chingis-Khan, translated from the Russian by Prince D. S. Mirsky, Benjamin Blom, New York, London, 1930.
Vladimirtsov, B. Ya. The Life of Chingis-Khan, translated from the Russian by Prince D. S. Mirsky, Benjamin Blom, New York, London, 1930.
2.Boris Vladimirtsov's point of view on writing this book is to acknowledged people of the Mongols origin, and how extraordinary they conquered many civilized nations by
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6.I had heard about Chingis-Khan but never in this much detail. When I come by this book I felt more people should be writing about these famous historical personalities. Author of this book has made this book so much fun due to the explained and deep details found. I will definitely recommend this book above other because I know that this book has been using the real source not the myths about this topic.