Charlemagne's Early Campaigns (768-777): A Diplomatic and Military Analysis
Charlemagne's Early Campaigns is the first book-length study of Charlemagne at war. The neglect of this subject has truncated our understanding of the Carolingian empire and the military success of its leader, a true equal of Frederick the Great and Napoleon.
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Charlemagne and Carloman
Opportunities and Problems
4 The Unwanted War
5 The Siege of Pavia
6 The Fall of Pavia and Its Aftermath
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