A Greater Than Napoleon: Scipio Africanus

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Biblo & Tannen Publishers, 1927 - Consuls, Roman - 281 pages
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Scipio Africanus (236-183 b.c.) was one of the most exciting and dynamic leaders in history. As commander, he never lost a battle. Yet it is his adversary, Hannibal, who has lived on in public memory. As B.H. Liddell Hart writes, "Scipio's battles are richer in stratagems and ruses--many still feasible today--than those of any other commander in history." Any military enthusiast or historian will find this to be an absorbing, gripping portrait.
 

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User Review  - Jim Rushton - Goodreads

Scipio was perhaps the most unrated general of the ancient world. A great story, but Hart's a bit hard to read. Read full review

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User Review  - Ross Cohen - Goodreads

Hart's treatment of Scipio Africanus is a revelation. Usually portrayed as a foil to Hannibal Barca, Hart's Scipio stands on his own as a masterful general, statesman, and man. His battles are well ... Read full review

Contents

CHAP INTRODUCTION
1
HALF LIGHT
9
H DAWN
20
HI THE STORM OF CARTAGENA
31
THE BATTLE OF B ECULA
44
THE BATTLE OF HJPA
56
THE SUBJUGATION OF SPAIN
67
THE TRUE OBJECTIVE
88
AFRICA
123
A VIOLATED PEACE
151
KAMA
164
AFTER ZAMA
191
xnr SIESTA
204
THE LAST LAP
222
DUSK
238
ROMES ZENITH
248

A POLITICAL HITCH
106

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