Alexander the Great, Killer of Men: History's Greatest Conqueror and the Macedonian Art of War

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Carroll & Graf, 2004 - History - 251 pages
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A Lecturer in Strategic Studies at the University of Reading in England shows how young Alexander perfected Greek military strategy by using specialized units and fine-tuning the cavalry charge, all the while building on the accomplishments of his father.

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The title gives the wrong impression, that it is just another critical critique of Alexander, of which there are far too many and they contain little enlightenment and much less understanding. I ... Read full review

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David J. Lonsdale is a lecturer in Strategic Studies at the University of Reading.

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