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Strategy & Tactics Issue #324 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #324 - Magazine

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Fight the Fall: Roman Military Operations in the Era of Theodosius, Alaric, and Flavius Stilicho, AD 378 to 410. In AD 376, a coalition of Germanic tribes approached officials of the Eastern Roman Empire, requesting permission to settle in the lands south of the Danube river. The Gothic migration appeared to be manageable for the Empire, but it initiated a chain of events that led to a century of warfare and the event known to historians as the Fall of Rome in 476.

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