Attila the Hun is revealed in this work as a man of theatrical rages, but also as a warrior of strategic skill and political insight. He led a simple life despite vast wealth, yet he was not the savage the Greek and Roman chroniclers would paint him as. David Nicolle also covers the dramatic events surrounding the fall of Rome and the beginning of the Dark Ages, as well as the history, organisation and dress of the various hunnish peoples.
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