History of War

JULIUS CAESAR

“THESE CAMPAIGNS PROVED HIM ONE OF THE GREATEST COMMANDERS IN HISTORY”

Author: Patricia Southern Price: £20.00 Publisher: Amberley Publishing Released: Out now

Julius Caesar was one of the long-vanished breed of statesman and general. The suave Roman patrician who ruled his empire with dictatorial powers was seen by his supporters as a defender of the people against an

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