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The sole premise of this book is that the huns moving into Western Europe totally shifted the balance of power in Western Europe to set the stage for the fall of the roman empire. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Sonny Laskin
Fascinating, erudite and relevant to present day geopoliticsPublished 1 month ago by T.J. Bill Wheatley
I love this book and I read it three times. The author doesn't just narrate the facts and his conclusion: he presents all the sources and the available evidence, and based on those... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrea Franco
I read approximately two hundred books per year - of all kinds - fiction, non-fiction, political, historical and biographical. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mike Strawn
Fantastic revision of some very standard historical ideas. Very entertaining and well told about one of the most interesting periods of Rome's history.Published 3 months ago by William Hansen
It's a very good read and extremely interesting. It's not written in chronological order of events, so it jumps around a lot, even between numerous centuries on the same page. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Just What I Think
Well done. I appreciated the overall approach in not just following the status quo but rather looking at root causes and how they had impact on the system. Read morePublished 6 months ago by primetimediving
A very professional treatment of the subject. Full of insight and understanding. An author with whom I'd like to have a conversation.Published 6 months ago by Wilhelm Schmidt