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BBC - Hannibal: Rome's Worst Nightmare (2006) [Repost]  Video

Posted by Tutorial at Oct. 14, 2016
BBC - Hannibal: Rome's Worst Nightmare (2006) [Repost]

BBC - Hannibal: Rome's Worst Nightmare (2006)
DVDRip | 688 x 384 | .AVI/XviD @ 1882 Kbps | 1h 29mn | English AC-3 384 Kbps, 2 channels | 1.42 GB
Genre: Documentary, Biography, History

It is 200 years before the birth of Christ and Rome is the burgeoning superpower of the ancient world. With each conquest her empire grows. No one can stand in her way. But one man is destined to challenge it all. A man bound by oath to avenge the wrongs inflicted on his home, Carthage in North Africa - the empire that ruled the Mediterranean before Rome stole its crown. 26-year-old Hannibal Barca was the mastermind behind what is arguably the most audacious military move in history - destroying the Roman myth of invincibility by defeating the great nation and army not once, but three times.

Emilio Gabba - Republican Rome, the Army, and the Allies  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at Aug. 29, 2016
Emilio Gabba - Republican Rome, the Army, and the Allies

Emilio Gabba - Republican Rome, the Army, and the Allies
1977 | ISBN: 0520032594 | English | 281 pages | PDF | 10.3 MB

Cannae 216 BC: Hannibal smashes Rome's Army (Osprey Campaign 36) (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at July 23, 2016
Cannae 216 BC: Hannibal smashes Rome's Army (Osprey Campaign 36) (Repost)

Mark Healy - Cannae 216 BC: Hannibal smashes Rome's Army
Osprey Publishing | 1994 | ISBN: 1855324709 | English | 96 pages | PDF | 73.22 MB
Osprey Campaign 36
Between Rome and Carthage: Southern Italy during the Second Punic War (repost)

Between Rome and Carthage: Southern Italy during the Second Punic War by Michael P. Fronda
English | ISBN: 0521516943 | 2010-06-10 | PDF | 416 pages | 5.2 Mb

Hannibal invaded Italy with the hope of raising widespread rebellions among Rome's subordinate allies. Yet even after crushing the Roman army at Cannae, he was only partially successful. Why did some communities decide to side with Carthage and others to side with Rome?
The Battle That Stopped Rome: Emperor Augustus, Arminius, and the Slaughter of the Legions in the Teutoburg Forest (repost)

The Battle That Stopped Rome: Emperor Augustus, Arminius, and the Slaughter of the Legions in the Teutoburg Forest by Peter S. Wells
English | September 17, 2004 | ISBN-10: 0393326438 | 272 pages | PDF | 31,8 MB

The previously untold story of the watershed battle that changed the course of Western history.
In AD 9, a Roman traitor led an army of barbarians who trapped and then slaughtered three entire Roman legions: 20,000 men, half the Roman army in Europe.

Rome - Arno 22 January - 9 September 1944  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Sept. 14, 2011
Rome - Arno 22 January - 9 September 1944

Clayton D. Laurie - Rome - Arno 22 January - 9 September 1944
Center of Military History United States Army | 1994 | ISBN: N/A | English | 32 pages | PDF | 1.3 MB
The U.S. Army Campaigns of World War II

Discovery Channel - Ancient Rome- Part2: Legions of Conquest  Video

Posted by chipnho at Sept. 17, 2009
Discovery Channel - Ancient Rome- Part2: Legions of Conquest

Discovery Channel - Ancient Rome- Part2: Legions of Conquest
English | Sub : English | 52 minutes | 704 x 416 | 4:3 | DivX | MP3 - 128kbps | 700MB
Genre: Documentary

In her early years Rome was a Democratic Republic, its military an army of Roman citizens. For centuries, it was the proud duty of every landowning Roman to serve in the name of the Eternal City, indeed this was the first army that was literally built as part of the fabric of the state. Even though these citizen soldiers were not professional fighting men, they were the best trained forces the world had ever seen. These Roman soldiers had begun as defenders of their city, they became the most successful warriors in history. They conquered city after city, nation after nation, Rome was the greatest empire the world had ever known. In their brutal grasp, they held a huge expanse together for more than 1,000 years. "Legions Of Conquest" is a saga of proud men and almost unending triumph. It's the story of the conquest of the Roman Empire.

Cannae 216 BC: Hannibal smashes Rome's Army (Campaign)  

Posted by yurii1982 at Aug. 2, 2009
Cannae 216 BC: Hannibal smashes Rome's Army (Campaign)

Cannae 216 BC: Hannibal smashes Rome's Army (Campaign)
Publisher: Osprey Publishing | ISBN: 1855324709 | edition 1994 | PDF | 96 pages | 16,1 mb

Cannae is rightly regarded as one of the greatest battles of military history. Hannibal's stratagem has become a model of the perfectly fought battle and is studied in detail at military academies around the world. At Cannae the Romans confronted Hannibal with an army of 80,000 infantry and 6,000 cavalry. Hannibal faced them with 40,000 foot and 10,000 horse. The engagement that followed was a masterpiece of battlefield control. By the end of the conflict the Romans had lost 47,500 infantry and 2,700 cavalry killed and a further 19,300 captured. Campaign 36 and Men-at-Arms 121 are also available in a single volume special edition as ‘Hannibal’s War with Rome’.

"War and society in imperial Rome".  

Posted by []mobi1980 at July 2, 2009
"War and society in imperial Rome".

Brian Campbell,"War and society in imperial Rome".
Publisher: University of Illinois Press. | ISBN: 0203274598 | 2002 edition | PDF | 223 Pages | 2.48 MB

In this book, which is aimed primarily at students of the ancient world and at the general reader, I have tried to explain the nature of warfare and its impact on the life and society of the Roman empire from the reign of Augustus up to the military reorganization carried out by Diocletian. Conveniently for the historian, during this period both the system of government and the structure of the army remained relatively unchanged. The army was a professional force permanently stationed in those provinces the Romans considered crucial for their military, economic and political interests, and the soldiers in many ways came to be closely linked with the society in which they lived and operated.
Field of Glory 1: Rise of Rome: Republican Rome Army List (Field of Glory): Field of Glory Republican Rome Army List

Field of Glory 1: Rise of Rome: Republican Rome Army List (Field of Glory): Field of Glory Republican Rome Army List
Publisher: Osprey Publishing | ISBN: 1846033446 | edition 2008 | PDF | 80 pages | 14 mb

Field of Glory presents the historical tabletop wargamer with a new, accessible rules set. Rise of Rome provides an accessible, detailed army listing for the Roman Republic and its enemies, from the war against Pyrrhos, to the victory of Augustus. This companion contains a complete historical overview of this period, covering conflicts such as the Punic Wars and Romes bloody wars with Hannibal and the Carthiginians. It includes well-designed, visually stunning and comprehensive army listings, with detailed historical overviews of each army, supporting maps and Osprey artwork.