In 371 bc a brief and violent battle marked the end of Spartan hegemony in ancient Greece
The much derided and often forgotten Balkan sideshow would begin as yet another dreary trench stalemate–and end as one of the few brilliant campaigns of World War I
Kathryn Lomas takes in the broader Italian context to understand how the ancient city-state rose to dominate the peninsula
Michael Jones sums up Edward of Woodstock as a seasoned warrior, pious leader, obedient son, loving father and wily strategist
In 1974 Turkish and Greek factions took up arms on the island nation of Cyprus, sparking a divisive conflict with lasting ramifications
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