Military History: Great Conquerors and Victorious Generals with Humongous Empires

Military History: Great Conquerors and Victorious Generals with Humongous Empires

Written by:
Kelly Mass
Narrated by:
Doug Greene
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
January 2022
5 hours 0 minutes
This is a compilation of 5 different titles, which are about the following topics:

1: Undoubtedly, Napoleon, the French revolutionist and emperor has left his mark on European history. His vast empire stretched all over the continent, his unique image and posture have been emulated by many, and his infamous defeat in Russia was a precursor of the defeat Hitler experienced for similar reasons.

2: Hannibal Barca, one of Carthage’s most influential generals, lived a couple hundred years before Christ, and has led many Roman troops to victory to conquer the surrounding nations. Famous were his battles with elephants he employed during tactical moves of cavalry and infantry armies alike.

3: The Greek general and king, Alexander the Great, is a name you might have heard before. Although his historical journey varies greatly from the stories and rumors about him, he did accomplish many victories in Asia and Europe in his conquest to rule the world. In this guide, we will go over his appearance, his character, his many battles, his clever military strategies, and the regions he conquered.

4: William the First, who was also called William the Conqueror and in some cases William the Bastard, was the first Norman emperor of England, ruling from 1066 till his death in 1087. Around this time, many wars and battles were waged over the kingdom and distribution of territories in Europe. France, the Anglo-Saxons, and Scandinavian troops were engaged in raids, struggles, and battles to claim their lands and gains.

5: Suleiman was the most famous sultan of the Ottoman empire in the sixteenth century. His reign meant an increase of interest in art, expanded regions under Muslim law, and hundreds of thousands of men employed in the army, ready to fight wars against surrounding nations.
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