History Press Limited, 1997 - 232 páginas
John Peddie questions the role of the war-elephant, Hannibal's choice of route over the Alps, re-examines the purpose of the campaign and suggests the purpose of the campaign was not so much the destruction of Rome but the re-conquest of Sicily. Exploring the Carthaginian's generalship he concludes that Hannibal's war was lost at sea, not on land.
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