The Samnite Wars rocked the early Roman Republic. The Battle of Saticula was a near disaster for the Roman army, but the army and maybe even the war was saved by the actions of one Tribune.
Some battles can change in an instant. This is the story of what could have happened in the Battle of Hastings and how it would have affected England.
Julius Caesar is often considered a tyrant. This article argues that he was simply a popular leader living in a different and difficult time.
Alexander the Great was an amazing commander, but he was not the great general history sometimes sees.
The Confederate States of America had a chance at winning the Civil War. This hub takes a look at what the world would have looked like if they had.
The Battle of Cynoscephalae secured Roman dominance of the Greek city-states and caused the decline and collapse of the independent Macedonian kingdom.
The Visigothic kingdom of Tolosa was once the most powerful kingdom in Europe. This is their story.
The Franks were the most successful of the barbarian peoples that invaded the Roman Empire, and they left a lasting mark on European history.
An overview of Napoleon's conquests and legacy.
An overview of the Swedish and Teutonic Crusades during the 13th and 14th centuries.
An overview of John of Gaunt, the last Medieval Man.