Subotai was one of Genghis Khan's ablest lieutenants--and

June 1997
Military History;Jun97, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p6
Editorial. Presents information on Genghis Khan's lieutenant commander Subotai. Details on Subotai's first independent command; Background information on Subotai; Launch of Subotai's multipronged drive into central Europe; Number of battles Subotai fought in his career.


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