Hannibal: A History of the Art of War Among the Carthaginians and Romans Down to the Battle of Pydna, 168 B. C.
Adegi Graphics LLC, Jan 1, 1999 - 714 pages
This Elibron Classics title is a reprint of the original edition published by Houghton, Mifflin and Company in Boston and New York, 1891.
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Hannibal: a history of the art of war among the Carthaginians and Romans down to the battle of Pydna, 168 B. C., with a detailed account of the second Punic warUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Hannibal's genius for military strategy allowed him to shred the Roman army and almost take over Italy. While researching this 1891 book, Dodge followed Hannibal's route from Carthage to Italy through the Alps, sans elephants. ... Read full review
Dodge is a great writer of Military History, he draws heavily on his own experience as a United States Army Officer. All of his books are well worth reading, the only thing to beware of is that his language and references are sometimes archaic since he did write these things about a century ago. When you get past that they are some of the best books written on the subjects that he covers.