Genghis Khan's Greatest General: Subotai the Valiant
This book tells the story of Subotai the Valiant, a warrior for Genghis Khan and one of the greatest generals in military history. Subotai commanded armies whose size, scale, and scope of operations surpassed those led by any other commander in the ancient world. Under Subotai’s direction, Mongol armies moved faster, over greater distances, and with a greater scope of maneuver than any army had ever done before.
When Subotai died at age seventy-three, he had conquered thirty-two nations and won sixty-five pitched battles, according to Muslim historians. Had the great Khan not died, Subotai likely would have destroyed Europe itself.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Malarchy - LibraryThing
Richard A. Gabriel's biography of the legendary Mongol general Subotai is a short 141 page narration of some of the great battles and campaigns in the times of Genghis Khan and Ogedai Khan. It is not ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hellbent - LibraryThing
Given the success of the Mongols in winning an empire larger than the Romans in a much shorter time span, one would expect a much longer book, but perhaps due to the dearth of original sources, the ... Read full review
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