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John Green's Crash Course

Interesting Video by John Green (Yup, the author of "The Fault in Our Stars"):

The prominent influence by Mongols turns out to be Genghis Khan's sweat and tears. The questions are. what kind of rulers were they? What effect did their empire have on the modern world? The video gives you the answers in 12 minutes!

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Concordian International School, Bangkok

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