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The Man Who Saved Genghis Khan’s Life

He sucked blood out of Temujin’s neck after he suffered an arrow wound

A portrait of Genghis Khan on the hillside of Ulaanbaatar — from Vidor on Public Domain

Genghis Khan is one of the most notorious emperors and warlords in human history. He presided over the expansion of the Mongol Empire into the largest empire in all of Eurasia, conquering land throughout modern-day Russia, China, and the Middle East with sheer terror and brutality.

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Ryan Fan

Ryan Fan

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