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How Genghis Khan And His Best Friend Turned Against Each Other

Jamukha lost followers when he boiled 70 prisoners of war alive in a cauldron

Genghis Khan’s best friend, Jamukha, with Toghrul Khan — from KoizumiBS on Wikipedia Commons

Before the peak of the Mongol Empire and Genghis Khan’s conquests, he had a best friend. His name was Jamukha, and the two would be so close they were blood brothers. Jamukha helped Genghis Khan recover his kidnapped wife. He…

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