Hannibal: Leadership, Strategy, Conflict

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By the end of the First Punic War against Carthage, the Romans had reduced the capital city of the Carthaginian Empire to a heap of ashes and destroyed its culture. In 219 BC, however, Hannibal, the eldest son of the charismatic general Hamilcar Barca, began the Second Punic War and was so successful that he threatened to destroy Roman power completely. Hannibal was a cool, thoughtful general, and can arguably be described as the greatest general of antiquity. His genius rested on a mixture of bluff, double bluff, and an ...

Hannibal: Leadership, Strategy, Conflict 2011, Osprey Publishing (UK), New York

ISBN-13: 9781849083492

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