The Generalship Of Alexander The Great

by J.F.C. Fuller

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In a brief and meteoric life (356-323 BC) the greatest of all conquerors redirected the course of world history. Alexander the Great accomplished this feat with a small army-no more than 40,000 men-and a constellation of bold, revolutionary ideas about the conduct of war and the nature of government. In a style both clear and witty, Fuller imparts the many sides to Alexander's genius and the full extent of his empire, stretching from India to Egypt.

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  • On Mar 24 2010 Fred Kiesche (USA) read this book and commented:

    I've read it, but it was quite a while ago so my recollection is somewhat blurred. On Mount Tobereadagain!