Richard A. Gabriel, a historian, is Adjunct Professor of Humanities and Ethics at Daniel Webster College. He is the author of forty books, including The Great Battles of Antiquity, The Great Armies of Antiquity, and Great Captains of Antiquity.
This is an outstanding book! I enjoyed
Dr. Gabriel's attention to tactical and
Former Captain of United States Marines
Not interested in personal lives. Gabriel gives sharp, succinct chapters on How Khan could use his forces to conquer
from China To Hungary.
I will start this review with something positive:
The author is a professor who has taught military courses, and he has many interesting observations of how the Mongol... Read more
This book arrived on time as scheduled. We love this author, and have a collection of his other books as well,Published 20 months ago by Haley Montana
This book is strictly about the military history of Subotai, who conquered more nations than anyone else in history. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Klaus K
Subotai the Valiant was also Subotai the "Violent," who even by 13th century standards was brutally vicious in the slaughter of tens of thousands of victims. Read morePublished on July 7, 2012 by Bill Boesenberg
This book is poorly researched. Instead of taking the time to understand the key sources, the author makes use of low quality secondary sources combined with guess work and... Read morePublished on November 2, 2008 by S. C. Fredrik