They Were Conquerers. Liberators. Heroes. Madmen. All Changed The World Forever On The Field Of Battle
This compelling study by Lt. Col. Michael Lee Lanning (U.S. Army, Ret.) lists the hundred most influential military leaders not by their victories, their combat prowess, or even their legacies, but by the lasting impact that their lives had upon the world, the lives they affected, and the historical significance of their actions in war.
Warriors from every corner of the globe and every era are profiled, both glorious and notorious, modern and ancient, good and evil, including:
- George Washington
- Attila the Hun
- Adolf Hitler Napoleon
- Alexander the Great
- H. Norman Schwarzkopf
- Ghengis Khan
George S. Patton
- Sun Tzu
- Oliver Cromwell
Illustrated With Photos And Portraits
Lt. Col. Michael Lee Lanning (U.S. Army, Ret.) served as public affairs officer for General H. Norman Schwarzkopf. He has spent more than twenty years on active duty in the U.S. Army. He is a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, in which he served as an infantry platoon leader and a company commander. The author of twelve books, Lanning lives in Phoenix, Arizona.