From one of the most brilliant military historians of our time, this is the classic biography of Rome's greatest general and the victor over Rome's greatest enemy, Hannibal.
Scipio Africanus (236-183 B.C.) was one of the most exciting and dynamic leaders in history. As commander, he never lost a battle. Yet it is his adversary, Hannibal, who has lived on in public memory. As B. H. Liddell Hart writes, "Scipio's battles are richer in stratagems and ruses-many still feasible today-than those of any other commander in history." Any military enthusiast or historian will find this to be an absorbing, gripping portrait.
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by B.H. Liddell Hart
by John Hart
by Margaret A. Neale, Thomas Z. Lys
by Regina Hart
by Ellen Hart
by Jessica Hart
by Megan Hart
by Jens Muller
by Beth Webb Hart
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