He also recognized that this would allow them to preserve their nomadic way of life. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.
Mongol leader Genghis Khan never allowed anyone to paint his portrait, sculpt his image or engrave his likeness on a coin. They use overblown patriotism to distract attention from social and economic problems.
Rules of engagement were clear to all, and rigorously enforced. The Naimans did not surrender, although enough sectors again voluntarily sided with Genghis Khan.
He pressed on with the campaign, but his health never recovered. Subsequently, the campaign lost momentum, marking the Mongol's farthest invasion into Europe.