Alexander

Rivers As Weapons.

by Daniel Russ on April 30, 2014

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    Battle Of Hydaspes .   A great article in wondersandmarvels.com looks at a specific kind of combat engineering that was rare but incredibly effective. By having armies dig new streams and irrigation channels, life supporting water could be used to flush out enemies or dehydrate them by diverting sources. Lucius Metellus, a Roman […]

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            By the time he was 29 years old, Alexander the Great was the emperor of Greece, the emperor of Persia by virtue of defeating Xerxes on the plain of Arbella, and the Pharoah of Egypt, and was now knocking on the door of India. His was a warrior’s heart. […]

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Did Alexander Use The Same Maneuver For Decades?

September 19, 2011

  There were never even odds against Alexander the Great. Alexander had a distinct advantage over you on a field of battle. He was a bold commander and had absolute loyalty from his officer corps. His men were well trained and they won so often against larger forces that a field full of Persians didn’t […]

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Alexander The Great And UFOs

May 18, 2010

“The first recorded incident regarding Alexander the Great and UFO’s was recorded in 329BC. Alexander decided to invade India and was attempting to cross the river Indus to engage the Indian army when “gleaming silver shields” swooped down and made several passes over the battle. These “gleaming silver shields” had the effect of startling his […]

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