The Secret History of the Mongols, considered to be the oldest Mongolian language literary work, is the single significant native account of Mongolia's rise to power around the 12th century AD. Providing a clear narration of the vicissitudes that brought a dispersed land of nomads to become the dominating power in Asia. The work paints a clear portrait of the journey taken by a young Temuiin before he became the great ruler of Asia, Genghis Khan.
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