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Reviews (Army)

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Review: Warfare in Roman Europe, AD 350-425

Hugh Elton

The American historian, Mr. Hugh Elton, who currently works in Canada, published a book some time ago, in 1996, entitled "Warfare in Roman Europe, AD 350-425", in which he thoroughly revised some of the common ideas about the army of the late Roman Empire. It is a slightly extended version of his doctoral dissertation, defended in 1994.

Warfare in Roman Europe, AD 350-425

Review: The Cimbrian War 113–101 BC

Nic Fields (Author), Johnny Shumate (Illustrator)

The book "The Cimbrian War 113-101 BC" by Nic Fields (Author) and Johnny Shumate (Illustrator) is another English-language item in the Osprey book series entitled "Campaign". The reader receives a book very richly decorated with illustrations, devoted to the war of Rome with the Cimbri and Teutons in the years 113-101 BCE. The authors also describe the development of the military and political career of Gaius Marius, who after the victory over the tribes from the north will be considered the "third founder of Rome".

The Cimbrian War 113–101 BC

Review: The Fall of Carthage: The Punic Wars 265-146BC

Adrian Goldsworthy

The book "The Fall of Carthage. The History of the Punic Wars" by Adrian Goldsworthy is a position telling the history of the struggle of the Roman Republic with Carthage. so-called Punic wars still occupy many historians and enthusiasts, and warfare - especially in the second war - is a base of information for military adepts.

The Fall of Carthage: The Punic Wars 265-146BC

Review: Caesar’s Civil War: 49-44 BC

Adrian Goldsworthy

Book "Caesar's Civil War: 49-44 BC" by Adrian Goldsworthy is an English-language item devoted to the civil war that took place in the Roman Republic in the years 49-44 BCE. The book is beautifully published by Osprey Publishing.

Caesar's Civil War

Review: Conquering Jerusalem

Stephen Dando-Collins

The book "Conquering Jerusalem" by Stephen Dando-Collins is about the Jewish war in the years 66-73 CE. The author decided to focus on the events of one of the greatest revolts that broke out in the Roman Empire.

Conquering Jerusalem

Review: Roman Legionaries: Soldiers of Empire

Simon Elliott

The book "Roman Legionaries: Soldiers of Empire" by Simon Elliott is a book about one of the most effective military units in the world - the Roman legions. Simon Elliott is a historian and archaeologist passionate about the history of Britain during Roman times, Roman military and navy (especially Classis Britannica). The book was published by Casemate Publishers.

Roman Legionaries. Soldiers of Empire

Review: Caesar’s Greatest Victory: The Battle of Alesia, Gaul 52 BC

John Sadler, Rosie Serdiville

The book "Caesar's Greatest Victory: The Battle of Alesia, Gaul 52 BC" by John Sadler and Rosie Serdiville tells the story of one of Julius Caesar's most amazing victories, who, despite being outnumbered by the Gauls, was able to stand up to and defeat the enemy at Alesia. The book was published by Casemate Publishers.

Caesar's Greatest Victory The Battle of Alesia, Gaul 52 BC

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