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  • yes he did

    yes, he was a very smart man and did a whole lot of good in china for the people there, and a lot of his ideas are still out there in the world. He was a man that knew how to lead people, and needs to always be taught in schools.

  • List of facts of a Unifier

    1. Mongol Empire practiced religious tolerance
    2. Treated their soldiers well; promote based on merit than birth
    3. Established a quick, vast postal system
    4. Enforced universal rule of law
    5. Women Benefits
    a. controlling domestic affairs
    b. could divorce their husband
    c. they were trusted advisors
    d. have better ranks than most men
    6. Uniting princedoms
    a. united a dozen Slavic principalities and cities into one large Russian state
    b. forged the country of China by waving together the remnants of the Sung dynasty, Tangut Kingdom, Tibet, and Uighur lands

  • He gave peasants rights to go in the road

    When Genghis khan was on his conquest and when he asked for them to surrendered and when they did he gave them rights and respected their beliefs. I know what you are going to say only if they surrendered he gave them rights well he gave them a chance and they did not take it so that's why he didn't give them rights

  • Genghis Khan did good

    Khan helped unify Russia by developing their tax system and unifying them and their army. He also helped them by not forcing his religion on them, but let them keep what ever they practiced. Last, he gave places in Russia, like Moscow, a political say in his army. Overall Genghis did good more than bad.

  • Genghis Khan did so much good

    Well if you think about it and our country's they are doing what he did to help hid people and he also gave them a chance to plead for their live and show loyalty and he united the Mongolian's so he is not the worst but yes we all make mistakes

  • Killed 40 mill. People

    He killed 40 million people including 60 thousand women ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

  • Untold story Genghis

    Genghis Khan has been described as a monster and a terrorist in many history books, but think about the personal bias from these sources. Obviously people are going to die in war and what happened after his expansion was the unification of Asia. It's called Pax Mongolica, Peace in Mongolia

  • He killed dogs and cats

    He killed everything he was a bad bad bad bad bad man ha ahah ah ha ah cats and dogs do not need to be killed for no reason this is abuse, he is an evil man who shouoldnt be able to kill innocent cute little small cute animals haha

  • Killed 40 mill. People

    He killed 40 million people including 60 thousand women ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

  • He was pretty terrible

    Genghis Khan's legacy in history is that of a marauder, rapist, pillager, and the commander of one of the most violent militaries in human history. The fact that advances or innovations came about during his time period does not make him a good person or overcome his personal shortcomings which were pretty serious.

  • Yes, Genghis Khan did more harm than good.

    Genghis Khan was a war general and a murderer. I don't know how anybody can say he did more good than harm. I think that even though it was the way of the world during that time, it is still logical to say that people would have preferred that he did not exist.

  • No, he did more harm.

    I will give Genghis Khan credit for a couple of things: he was a brilliant military leader and, under his reign, there were a lot of amazing tecnological innovations and artwork. With that said, I cannot say he did more good than harm, because of the number of people he slaughtered.

  • A Stretch From the Truth

    Considering Ghenghis Khan's legacy I assume it would be easy to look at his work and the results of it and say that he did more good than he did harm, but in reality he was a conqueror. Ghenghis Khan had enemies, and those enemies feel at his power. No situation is all black and white. It's not about rather he did more harm or good, he did both, it's important to point that out.

  • History tends to forget...

    Whenever discussing historical events people tend to forget the dead. 20-40 million is a huge number but since we have no personal connection to this event almost 800 years ago, we can not feel its impact. For example, imagine if this debate were about if Hitler did more good than harm. Most people would instantly state no because of the personal connection we feel to this event.


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