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As copied in entirety from the book: "Storm From the East" by Robert Marshall.
GENGHIS KHAN HIS ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND LEGACY! Chapter 3: "The Promise Fulfilled".
"By any standard Genghis Khan was a major figure in world history, and yet the true scale of his success has never been properly recognized in the West. Here his name has largely become synonymous with scenes of unbridled barbarism, the rape of civilization and the threat of pagan hordes. He has never enjoyed the status of great empire builders like Alexander, Tamerlane or Napoleon. Nevertheless, his accomplishments greatly outshine those more familiar names, and not simply in terms of scale. For one thing the Mongol empire was far more enduring. When Alexander died his empire was divided up amongst his generals, who then descended into a series of petty quarrels which quickly led to the collapse of the fragments that remained. The Mongol empire did not lose its sense of purpose once the charismatic figure at its heart was gone, as was the case with the empires built by Tamerlane and Alexander. Genghis had ensured a secure succession and at the same time established the beginnings of a an administration that would grow with the empire. Like Napoleon he had been blessed with generals of great calibre - - men who were promoted through the ranks of a modern army where talent and ability were rewarded. In most armies of those days, nobles and princes of the blood automatically assumed military command regardless of their competence. Another quality that Genghis shared with the little Corsican [Napoleon] was his ability to provide his army with a seemingly endless string of victories, and with it incredible wealth, which was repaid with uncompromising loyalty. But unlike Napoleon, Genghis never abandoned his armies nor sacrificed them for this own vainglory. Nor did Genghis ever meet his Waterloo. His victories were won through brilliant strategy, organization, discipline and courage. There are simply no comparisons in military history with the breathtaking conquests undertaken during the last twenty-five years of this life. The whole Asia resounded with the name Genghis Khan - - though at an enormous cost."
NO FURTHER ELABORATION NEEDED! NOR SHOULD THERE BE!