The Battle Of The Catalaunian Fields Saw Two Massive, Powerful Empires Square Up In A Conflict That Was To Shape The Course Of Eurasian History Forever For Despite The Roman Victory, The Roman Empire Would Not Survive Than Fifteen Years Afterward, While The Huns, Shattered And Demoralized, Would Meet Their Downfall Against A Coalition Of German Tribes Soon After This Book, Using Revealing Bird S Eye Views Of The Plains Of Champagne And Detailed Illustrations Of The Opposing Warriors In The Midst Of Desperate Combat, Describes The Fighting At Chalons And Reveals The Broader Campaign Of Hunnic Incursion That Led Up To It Drawing On The Latest Research, Simon MacDowall Reveals The Shocking Intensity And Appalling Casualties Of The Battle, While Assessing The Wider Significance And Consequences Of The Campaign
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- 96 pages
- Catalaunian Fields AD 451
- Simon MacDowall
- 15 August 2019 Simon MacDowall