Genghis khan and the making of the modern world is a history book written by jack weatherford dewitt wallace professor of anthropology at macalester college it is a narrative of the rise and influence of genghis khan and his successors and their influence on european civilization weatherford provides a different slant on genghis khan than has been typical in most western accounts attributing positive cultural effects to his rule in the last section he reviews the historiography of genghis. But of the few books ive read my favourite is genghis khan and the making of the modern world by jack weatherford crown publishers new york its a fascinating book portraying genghis khan in a totally new light it shows that he was a great secular leader among other things. The mongol army led by genghis khan subjugated more lands and people in twenty five years than the romans did in four hundred in nearly every country the mongols conquered they brought an unprecedented rise in cultural communication expanded trade and a blossoming of civilization. Genghis khan and the making of the modern world weatherford jack davis jonathan 9781491513705 books amazonca cdn 1484
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