Subutai: Dog of War — Silent, Insatiable and Remorseless, Part II

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Subutai: Dog of War — Silent, Insatiable and Remorseless, Part II

Subutai: Dog of War — Silent, Insatiable and Remorseless, Part II

For some great leaders and conquerors, names and actions have gone largely unnoticed through the annals of history. One such man of great influence but little renown, went by the name of Subutai.

(Read Part I: Subutai: Dog of War — Sophisticated Military Strategist Behind Genghis Khan’s Conquering Empire)

Invasion into Central Europe: Battle of Liegnitz (1241)

Subutai planned the invasion of Central Europe, and did so with precision. This military expedition into Europe placed Subutai into the annals of great military leaders.

After beating down many of the Russian principalities, Subutai sent spies into Poland, Hungary, and even as far as to Austria. He was able to put together a dossier after gathering vital intelligence on the various kingdoms throughout Eastern Europe. Even though Subutai made the plans, his was under the command of Batu Khan.


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