At twenty, Alexander overthrew the might of Ancient Greece and then led an army of 50,000 to conquer Ancient Egypt and the Persian Empire. He defeated armies five times the size of his own, leading the most dangerous charges himself, until he reached the very edge of the known world. But in his wake, he left tens of thousands dead or enslaved. The Persians called him Alexander the Accursed. Was he a brilliant warrior or a ruthless invader?
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(135mm x 208mm x 15mm)
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Publisher: Walker Books Australia
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