The Secret Of The Mongols Analysis

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Chinggis Khan was the founder of the Mongol empire, and his success in building his empire happened from the successful military campaigns in China, central Asia, and Persia. The story, “The Secret of the Mongols”, can be summarized as the “capture and execution of Jamuqa, the Khan’s blood brother” (companion pg 209). Jamuqa was stated in the book as one of Chinggis’s greatest rival. The story started out as Chinggis has just defeated the Naiman army, and Jamugha was with them. He was able to escape into the woods with five of his men/follower. One day, after killing a mountain sheep, Jamugha’s five men had captured and tied him up, and they brought him to Chinggis Khan. Jamugha felt betrayed by his men, and wanted to pass a word along to Chinggis. Jamugha said that because his men betrayed him, it was considered “slaves and servants have conspired against their lord” (companion pg 210). After hearing his, Chinggis made a decree that men who lay their hands on their lord should be punished, because how could anyone trust men like this. So, Chiggins brought the five men who betrayed Jamugha and…show more content…
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