Hannibal Barca: A Captivating Guide to the Carthaginian General Who Fought in the Second Punic War Between Carthage and Ancient Rome (English Edition)
Überblick:If you want to discover the captivating life of Hannibal Barca then keep reading...Free History BONUS Inside!One of the names most synonymous with brilliant military strategy is Hannibal. He was the legendary Carthaginian general who marched elephants over the snowy Alps and took on Rome the growing power in Europe at the time. He outsmarted the best strategists that Rome had to offer and twice sat in front of the gates of Rome with his army. There was never any doubt that Hannibal would serve his country in the military but no one could have predicted just how well he would serve Carthage. Even centuries later Romans used the phrase “Hannibal’s at the gates!” as a way of indicating misfortune or fear. Even natural disasters were compared to him. His actions would go on to haunt the Romans for centuries. Because of the threat he had been to them the Roman Republic was forced to learn how to outsmart their opponents and not just beat them. The actions of Hannibal helped to shape and form Rome into the military power that it became because they realized early on that they were not as safe as they had thought they were. In Hannibal Barca: A Captivating Guide to the Carthaginian General Who Fought in the Second Punic War Between Carthage and Ancient Rome you will discover topics such asRome Versus Carthage – The First Punic WarBorn into an Uncertain WorldThe Element of Surprise – The Beginning of a LegendPanic in Rome and the Subsequent Raiding of Roman TerritoryThe Rivalry Between Hannibal and FabiusRoman Devastation at CannaeMore Than a Decade as the EnemyDefeating HannibalUsing Politics to Improve Carthage and a Final BetrayalCat and Mouse with Rome – Roles ReversedSpeculation on Hannibal’s End and the End of Carthage in the Third Punic WarThe Legacy and the LegendAnd much much more!So if you want to learn more about Hannibal Barca scroll up and click the "add to cart" button!