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Besides this, he made the phalanx more flexible by dividing it into battalions, and
because an army of conquest would have to fight over every sort of ground and
against an irregular as well as a regular enemy, he added to his phalanx and ...
(2) To support the fighting front with reliefs and replacements stationed
immediately in rear of it. (3) To hold a reserve well outside the zone of
demoralization, in order to feed the supports when required, or to clinch victory by
a final assault with ...
to cut off the supplies of Italy and to blockade the grain-producing provinces'.1
Although in fighting forces, both actual and potential, Caesar was inferior to
Pompey, morally he was vastly superior to him. His conquest of Gaul had
endowed him ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Schmerguls - LibraryThing
999 Julius Caesar: Man, Soldier, and Tyrant, by Major-General J. F. C. Fuller (read 23 Feb 1969) After I read this book and Natthias Gelzer's book on Caesar I said: It is amazing to me how little I ... Read full review
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Good review of Caesar. But a lot is just copied from Caesar, not much in the way of insight. Read full review
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