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SOME TIME AGO , WHILE I WAS DOING SOME RESEARCHING ABOUT THE MONGOLIAN CONQUEST OF ASIA , I CAME UPON THE NAME TIMUR KHAN AND I NEVER HEARD ABOUT HIS NAME MENTION BEFORE... Read morePublished 2 months ago by johnny
This was a really GREAT read. Awesome book; the author REALLY knows a lot about this guy, who was a real bad-ass dude. Pretty incredible stuff to read about.Published 6 months ago by John D. Powers
Here is a book with will stretch the limits of your comprehension of history and will bring you to reflect upon the moral issues of today. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Darling Clementine
Pretty good bio of a monstrous mass killer with a hammy leg. Not much else to compete with it. Up there with Hitler as a mass murderer. Revered in one of the Dreadfulstans.Published 15 months ago by Bob of gulf point
This is a real good biography. Too bad that Timur the Lame is such a horror in history. But it is as good a historical account of someone who dates that far back in history.Published on November 17, 2013 by Victor Williams
Probably one of the best Historical Books I have read with lots of ACTION as well as information. . Like a novel but true.Published on July 4, 2013 by Amazon Customer
is not in english,i could read in engish spanish or french but for some reason i was given islamic versionPublished on May 24, 2013 by Brian R. Pickett
The "chroniclers" of the 14th century across the vast swathe of Timur's sanguinary piracies were propagandists in two camps, that of Timur himself, the "Scourge of God", or that of... Read morePublished on January 8, 2013 by Larry N. Stout