Author: John D. GraingerISBN: 978-954-320-533-2
Price: 14.00 lv
As an expert in war history, the author explores one of the greatest personages in world history - Alexander the Great... but in a new way.
An exceptional military genius, Alexander pushes the boundaries of their empire to the boundless limits. But he was not able to manage and protect it.
His inability to delegate authority,to prepare a new heir to the throne and to take responsibility for the future of the empire - those are the reasons which made it collapse.
The failure of his empire is a logical consequence of his personal failures and traditions in the management of the Macedonian state.
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