GENGHIS KHAN: Conqueror of the Medieval World by Robert N. Webb

GENGHIS KHAN: Conqueror of the Medieval World

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Genghis Khan, merciless ruler and military genius, gets arm-length treatment in this functional full-length biography. His battle tactics and administrative techniques are well described, but the absence of detailed maps frequently makes the narrative confusing; historical references are not always followed up, and the author never comes to grips with Khan's character. The result is a sketchy, dispirited account that supplements the Lamb factually and is less fictionalized--making it the obvious choice for older children--but lacks the latter's gusto.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Watts