The 15 Military Tactics of Chinggis Khan
I may have a mild to giant obsession with Native Mongolian cultures. Years ago, it started with my fascination for wolves which eventually led me to the country of wolf totems. Then there was of course Chinggis Khan to read about while I was at it. The analphabet who took over Asia after reuniting Mongolian tribes. How the heck is that not interesting enough to research more.
In school they just teach you there was this guy who took over this and that, during this year and that year, with an army of so and so many men. Exam, grades, goobye, next topic. They don't tell you the juicy stuff unless you go out and read the right books yourself. I'm here to break that spell of school programming.
I learned that Chinggis Khan (real name "Temujin", Chinggis Khan is more like a title) copied some of strategies and survival skills from wolves actually, as did most of Mongolians to survive in their harsh environment. There were laws about respecting each other and being a good host. And death pen