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Caesarâ (Tm)S Greatest Victory


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John Sadler has been writing and teaching military history for over thirty years with some 34 non-fiction and one historical fiction titles in print. For over two decades he has lectured on war studies at Newcastle and Sunderland Universities Centre for Lifelong Learning, (now the 'Explore' Programme). He is also a highly experienced battlefield tour guide for both world wars, classical, medieval and Napoleonic conflicts. His writing draws heavile on eyewitness accounts and he has been interviewing and recording serving personnel and veterans since the 1980s. His previous books include: Operation Mercury - the Battle for Crete 1941 (Pen & Sword 2006), End of the Beginning - El Alamein 1942 (Amberley 2010), Desert Rats (Amberley 2011), Ghost Patrol - the LRDG (Casemate 2015) and Bertie Buck's Suicide Club - Operation Agreement 1942 (Osprey/Bloomsbury 2016), as well as several volumes in the Casemate Short History series. Rosie Serdiville is a social historian and re-enactor with a particular interest in the wider impact of war on civilian populations. She delights in spending time in archives: some of the most interesting characters in this volume have emerged from archival materials.


The battle of Alesia was a decisive moment in world History. Failure would have been a defeat for Caesar not just in Gaul, but at Rome, and without this victory, Rome might never have become a worldwide power. * All About History *
It is clear that the authors know what they are talking about. * Miniature Wargames - William de Pretre *
The photographic section is a definite highlight...a good account of one of the most decisive battles of the ancient world. * War History Online *
If you are looking for a more in-depth narrative of the campaign and its protagonists, the place of this battle in history and its long term impact I would certainly recommend this book for your collection. * Society of Ancients newsletter *
Those seeking a primer on Alesia need look no further than this excellent book. * Military History Magazine *
Caesar's Greatest Victory... is scholarly but ultimately readable, and introduces a campaign which is left out of secondary school and Latin teaching... A fascinating account of something I'd never heard of. * Books Monthly *

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