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The Man Who Freed Genghis Khan From Slavery

“You and your sons took the wood from my neck.”

Photo from KoizumiBS on Wikipedia Commons

“I’ll never forget what you’ve done for me…Ask me for anything you want,” — Genghis Khan to the man who freed him from slavery, The Secret History of the Mongols

To say Genghis Khan had a hard childhood is an understatement.




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