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Author: H. Warner Munn
Publisher: Doubleday Books
Release Date: 1980-01-01
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Category : Rome
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Book by H. Warner Munn, The Lost Legion Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Lost Legion books, A vast tapestry of ancient times unfolds in this stirring tale of adventure and romance, whose setting reaches fom the hills of rome to the limits of the known world in the age of the Emperor Caligula.




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Author: Tracey West
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Release Date: 2009
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Category : Juvenile Fiction
Languages : en
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Book by Tracey West, The Lost Legion Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Lost Legion books, The reader, a clone at the end of his training, faces a variety of different adventures in a number of possible roles in the battle against the Separatists, in this book where the reader's choices determine what happens next.




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Author: Donald O'Reilly
Publisher: Pen & Sword Books
Release Date: 2011
Size: 12.53 MB
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Category : Rome
Languages : en
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Book by Donald O'Reilly, Lost Legion Rediscovered Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Lost Legion Rediscovered books, In AD383, according to Bishop Eucherius of Lyon, flooding caused part of the bank of the River Rhone to collapse, revealing a massed grave of thousands of bodies. Eucherius identified these as a legion recruited for the Roman army from the Christians of the Theban district in Egypt, whom he claimed had been massacred nearly a century previously (near the modern village of St Maurice-en-Valais in southwestern Switzerland) for refusing to obey orders they considered immoral. This incident, asserted by Eucherius as matter of fact, is unrecorded elsewhere. Even the existence of this Theban legion is unclear. Intrigued by this discrepancy, and suspecting a cover-up by official Roman sources, Dr Donald Reilly has spent many years undertaking some historical detective work. Piecing together scattered clues from ancient coins, inscriptions and obscure texts he identifies the Theban legion as fact and sheds light on their fate. In the process he paints a powerful portrait of an empire in turmoil, beset by external enemies and riven by religious and moral uncertainties within.




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Author: Floyd Taylor (Automobile safety writer)
Publisher:
Release Date: 1938
Size: 27.47 MB
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Category : Advertising
Languages : en
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Author: G Hamilton-Browne
Publisher: Franklin Classics
Release Date: 2018-10-13
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Author: D A Roberts
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Release Date: 2020-05-06
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Author: Tom Mount
Publisher: Steeger Books
Release Date: 2020-08-21
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Author: G. Hamilton-Browne
Publisher: T. WERNER LAURIE LTD.
Release Date: 1914
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Book by G. Hamilton-Browne, Camp Fire Yarns Of The Lost Legion Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Camp Fire Yarns Of The Lost Legion books, Camp Fire Yarns of the Lost Legion To begin with, let me speak of their courage, which was displayed in such a marked degree during the long wars that lasted from 1860 to 1871, for the whole of which period the Maoris were hopelessly outnumbered and, as far as armament went, were equally outclassed. Yet these brave fellows fought on and on, and even when the end came, and the shattered remnants of the so-called rebels took refuge in the King Country, the New Zealand Government, fearing to risk further war with the powerful Waikato tribes, resorted to what was called the blanket-and-sugar policy, rather than follow Te Kooti or demand his extradition from King Tawhiao, who at that time was just as independent of English rule as France was. The first fighting took place in 1860, and soon General Sir Duncan Cameron had over 1000 Imperial troops under his command, as well as an equal number of Colonial Militia and Irregulars, and also a powerful Naval Brigade. He had also a strong force of Artillery, and was well supplied with ammunition and stores of all kinds. Yet perhaps you will scarcely credit me when I tell you that never at any single moment had he more than 2000 natives in arms against him, and that he was never opposed in any single action by even 1000 men. It must be borne in mind that Sir Duncan’s force was one of the most powerful that England, up to that time, without the assistance of allies,[Pg 3] had ever put into the field; that the men who composed it were all of them good, seasoned men, many of them being veterans of the Crimea and Mutiny; that the Militia were highly trained, most of them old soldiers, under the command of ex-Imperial officers; that the Irregulars proved themselves to be second to none in the field, and that the natives only possessed old muskets and fowling-pieces. Now these numbers are staggering, but absolutely correct, as it is also that the above force made but small headway against this handful of savages; for although Sir Duncan forced his way into the Waikato and held a chain of forts there, yet on the west coast, especially in the districts of Taranaki and Wanganui, the settlers had to abandon their homesteads, the women and children being sent for safety to the South Island, and no man’s life was safe beyond rifle range of the forts. This was the state of New Zealand in 1866, after six years of incessant war, and it can only be accounted for in the following way:— To commence, the General and his officers were hidebound with the old traditions and maxims of the British army. They simply would not or could not adapt themselves to the exigencies or tactics of irregular warfare, nor could they be made to understand or believe that a regiment that could march in line like a brick wall might easily be worsted by a mob of savages in a New Zealand bush. Then again when attacking pahs: the General considered that the correct way to do so was, after a sharp bombardment, to rush the place with the bayonet. Who could imagine for a moment that natives[Pg 4] could hold their flimsy stockades against men who had stormed the Redan and taken Delhi at the point of the bayonet. Yet they did. Rangiriri was assaulted three times, and on each occasion, notwithstanding the splendid devotion and courage of our gallant Tommies, they were driven back with great loss. Yet on the following day the 180 defenders marched out and laid down their arms. Why? For three days they had been without one drop of water. The General knew they had no water, then why did he risk the lives of his splendid men by ordering futile assaults? Rangiriri took place in November 1863, and one would have thought that the General might have learned something, by its lesson, of the ways how best to deal with a Maori pah; but he had neglected to do so, for in April, the following year, he invested Orakau Pah, the defenders of which exhibited gallantry seldom equalled and never surpassed in all the annals of human warfare. Let me try and give you a brief account, as I heard it some years afterwards from the mouth of one of its defenders:




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Author: Cedric Daurio
Publisher: Oscar Luis Rigiroli
Release Date: 2019-09-06
Size: 28.71 MB
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Category : Fiction
Languages : en
Pages : 222
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Book by Cedric Daurio, The Lost Legion Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Lost Legion books, In the year 53 b.C. a Roman army is defeated in Asia Minor. A legion survives and settles in China. At the present time an Italian historian travels to unveil the mystery of the fate of those 10,000 men near the Gobi Desert. In that endeavor he finds the love of a Chinese Anthropologist but also the danger of dark interests that do not want their presence in the region. The quest becomes a personal challenge. A brilliant exponent of the historical fiction genre. The Lost Legion is a thriller that will keep your breath until the end.




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