By Paul K. Davis
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The writer does a great task of outlining the ancient value of every conflict with concise, but designated descriptions. The illustrations are spare, yet enough. My merely grievance: the writer does ruin the finishing through naming the victor in the beginning, instead of the top of every conflict. A good positioned thumb whereas analyzing each one description will treatment this problem.
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100 Decisive Battles: From Ancient Times to the Present by Paul K. Davis