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Posted by: sassan If even so limitedly known(in terms of details) battles like the Watling Street,Mons Graupius and Chalons already get their own campaign book battle like Argentoratum would definitely also deserved one.
Although even Argentoratum is also far From being perfectly described in detail it is certainly much better known battle than those three above mentioned clashes.

And my second evident choice is for Julianus invasion of the Sassanid Persia- in this case a conflict well described with plenty of survived details.

C'mon people-give Julian a chance :-)!
Posted on: 27/09/2014 16:16:00

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Posted by: Steve51
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I support these ideas. More ancient, please.
Posted on: 28/09/2014 04:27:00
Posted by: destrier13
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A nice idea!



I prefer ancient and medieval history. I know there is lack of information, but both eras are very interesting
Posted on: 28/09/2014 10:30:00
Posted by: pot79
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interesting one!
Posted on: 28/09/2014 11:34:00
Posted by: .George Washington
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Sure, if the others are done their is no reason why this could not be done as well.
Posted on: 28/09/2014 19:03:00
Posted by: Ivan
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Is this related to the American Civil War?
Posted on: 29/09/2014 18:03:00
Posted by: achim
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We do have quite good source Material on Julian Apostata's Persian Campaign! A good CAM Book might arise out of this!

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Source Material for Argentoratum is not as good, but still "better" thanfor Chalons! quite right!

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I for one, support this ideas!!
Posted on: 29/09/2014 21:37:00
Posted by: Concurer
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Since one of Patton's past lives couldn't have participated with either of these events, there is a lack of American involvement with these campaigns so I couldn't be interested in such books.
Posted on: 30/09/2014 03:50:00
Posted by: sassan
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No Ivan-Argentoratum from AD 357(!) nor Julian's PERSIAN EXPEDITION of AD 363(!) are not somehow related to the American Civil War of AD 1861-1865(!)... .-)
Posted on: 30/09/2014 12:10:00
Posted by: PAUL W
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Two good choices. Looking forward to zarak,  coming soon.

Posted on: 28/06/2016 18:57:34
Posted by: PAUL W
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Oooops should have been zama!  Bloody auto correct. 

Posted on: 28/06/2016 18:58:41

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