Chinggis, the Great King of the Mongolian Empire, was born in 1155 and 1162 on the banks of the Onon River and died in 1227. He united the scattered tribes of Mongolia and established the Mongolian Empire, which covered China, Central Asia, the Caucasus, and Eastern Europe, and occupied most of the territory of Asia and Europe. There were 4 queens: Burte, Hulan, Yesugen and Yesui. He had sons named Zuchi, Tsagaadai, Ogedei, Tului, Hulugen, Harachar, Chahur, and Harhad, and daughters named Khojin-Behi, Setseehen, Alangaa, Temunun, Alduun, and Dayr-Usun.
Major historical events:
1186 - 1205, the Tartars, Crows, Eight, and Sages were defeated and united.
1206 - Great Khuralday, the title of "Chingis Khan" was proclaimed
1207-1210 - Battle of Tangad
1215 - Beijing was conquered
1219-1223 conquered Middle Asia
1227 - Tangad was overthrown
August 1227 Chinggis Khan passed away
I apologize for writing about the Great King in a very brief and modern style, as I believe that knowing such things in general will be helpful in conversations with close people.