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Attila the Hun kindle å Paperback read ↠ john man Þ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Attila the Hun By John Man – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk The name Attila the Hun has become a byword for barbarism savagery and violence His is a truly household name but what do we really know about the man himself his position in history Was coarse capricious arrogant ruthless and brilliant An illiterate and predatory tribal chief he had no interest in administration but was a wily politician who from his base in the grasslands of Hungary used secretaries and ambassadors to bring him intelligence on his enemies He was a leader whose uniue ualities made him supreme among tribal leaders but whose weaknesses ensured the collapse of his empire after his death I am sorry but this book have not earned the paper which it has been printed Since I am Hungarian you know HÚNgarian I think it is a pure and insidious reviling about me and my peopleBeside my feelings this John MAN has not the slightest idea of the history of Húnsfirts of all He was called A T I L L A not A T T I L AWhat he and you all in Western Europe know about the Húns and Atilla is 'filtered through Jordanes' works He was a Vizygot writer whose people were real murderers plunderers and rapists You know nothing about the Byzantine writer Rhaetor PriscusPriskos who was contemporary emissary of the Byzantian Empire and had a long report about the Hunnic Great King Unfortunately this report was lost but its fragment were re written along the centuriesHúns have never been 'barbarians' nor 'nomads' nor uncultured peopleWe have invented too much things and technics for the sake of provement shirt with buttons trousers wheel stirrup soap fast food soup from grinded meat powder composite bowsimilar to nowadays' AK 47 special cuneiform writing ROVÁS now called Hungarian Runic writing in EU which is the predecessor of all the Runic writings and latin alphabetSo our culture is old very oldSimilarly Atilla hadn't came from the Nowhere he had predecessors too The Great Hún Empire originated from the Carpathian Basin Ist centre and the Turfan Basin IInd centre in Asia so called ' China's ancient mummies' now UYGHURIA or China's Xingchian province The Empire has a Heavenly King tan hu kaiser caesar who ruled by his aides the Right Hand Great King and the Left Hand Great King The European Húns were the Left Hand so Atilla's great grandfather Balambér had defeated the Alans between 350and 360 AD Eastern Gothsin 374 AD and the Western Goths Alans and Western Goths became fugitives and escaped to today's Spain Cataluna and FranceThe next Heavenly King was Karaton then Uldin and after him Rua who was Atilla's uncle These three had RE conuered the European Continent exterminating a degenerated Greek Roman state in these times these were Byzantium and the Western Roman 'Empire' and were WELCOMED by the locals every where These were the Time of the Birth of the Nations at the Hún's example many tribes connected themselves to the Hunnic Empire as a respected tolerated not persecuted because of its culture religion or habits and welcomed ALLIES to the Great Nation of Nimrud It is factWhen Atilla the LeftHand Great King and his brother Buda his name is the same as the White Hunnic prophet Buddha prononciation is the same Buda became the Right Hand Great King for the Asian HúnsSo there were NO fratricide in the House of KingsAfter Buda's death mybe he had fallen in a campaign against Persia Atilla had risen to the title of Heavenly King KaisercaesarThere was NO BATTLE at Catalaunum because that was at Campus Mariacus The Húnsat the middle and their allies Eastern Goths Gepids at left wing and Sarmatiansright wing and faced Roman army Aetius Roman left wing Sangiban Alannic king at the center and Theoderich dux with his Western Goths on the Roman right The Hunnic center simply grinded Alan troops to dustThen the eastern Goths defeated their Western cousins killing Theoderich at that time Theoderich tree sons debated over leadership and the Western GothsVizygoths simply left the battlefieldAetius suddenly finding hgimself alone also retreated and Atilla have awaited some kind of emissary from his adversaries to give the Roman's surrender There were NONE The Roman army disbanded left without a trace so the Húns retreated to their camp and one division one tuman or tömény 10000 warrior on horse with composite bows and warhammers secured the whole areaHúns had NEVER lost at Campus Mariacus 'catalaunum' because next year in 452 they had stormed Auileia ruined the city its inhabitants escaped to the sea and founded Venice and accepted the surrender of the Pope of Roma So the Húns never stormed Rome nor destroyed itIn this way I think mr John Man is not just a bad scientist of history and intentional betrayer but a LIAR and a traitor to Historybest wishes Atilla

Attila the HunWas coarse capricious arrogant ruthless and brilliant An illiterate and predatory tribal chief he had no interest in administration but was a wily politician who from his base in the grasslands of Hungary used secretaries and ambassadors to bring him intelligence on his enemies He was a leader whose uniue ualities made him supreme among tribal leaders but whose weaknesses ensured the collapse of his empire after his death I am sorry but this book have not earned the paper which it has been printed Since I am Hungarian you know HÚNgarian I think it is a pure and insidious reviling about me and my peopleBeside my feelings this John MAN has not the slightest idea of the history of Húnsfirts of all He was called A T I L L A not A T T I L AWhat he and you all in Western Europe know about the Húns and Atilla is 'filtered through Jordanes' works He was a Vizygot writer whose people were real murderers plunderers and rapists You know nothing about the Byzantine writer Rhaetor PriscusPriskos who was contemporary emissary of the Byzantian Empire and had a long report about the Hunnic Great King Unfortunately this report was lost but its fragment were re written along the centuriesHúns have never been 'barbarians' nor 'nomads' nor uncultured peopleWe have invented too much things and technics for the sake of provement shirt with buttons trousers wheel stirrup soap fast food soup from grinded meat powder composite bowsimilar to nowadays' AK 47 special cuneiform writing ROVÁS now called Hungarian Runic writing in EU which is the predecessor of all the Runic writings and latin alphabetSo our culture is old very oldSimilarly Atilla hadn't came from the Nowhere he had predecessors too The Great Hún Empire originated from the Carpathian Basin Ist centre and the Turfan Basin IInd centre in Asia so called ' China's ancient mummies' now UYGHURIA or China's Xingchian province The Empire has a Heavenly King tan hu kaiser caesar who ruled by his aides the Right Hand Great King and the Left Hand Great King The European Húns were the Left Hand so Atilla's great grandfather Balambér had defeated the Alans between 350and 360 AD Eastern Gothsin 374 AD and the Western Goths Alans and Western Goths became fugitives and escaped to today's Spain Cataluna and FranceThe next Heavenly King was Karaton then Uldin and after him Rua who was Atilla's uncle These three had RE conuered the European Continent exterminating a degenerated Greek Roman state in these times these were Byzantium and the Western Roman 'Empire' and were WELCOMED by the locals every where These were the Time of the Birth of the Nations at the Hún's example many tribes connected themselves to the Hunnic Empire as a respected tolerated not persecuted because of its culture religion or habits and welcomed ALLIES to the Great Nation of Nimrud It is factWhen Atilla the LeftHand Great King and his brother Buda his name is the same as the White Hunnic prophet Buddha prononciation is the same Buda became the Right Hand Great King for the Asian HúnsSo there were NO fratricide in the House of KingsAfter Buda's death mybe he had fallen in a campaign against Persia Atilla had risen to the title of Heavenly King KaisercaesarThere was NO BATTLE at Catalaunum because that was at Campus Mariacus The Húnsat the middle and their allies Eastern Goths Gepids at left wing and Sarmatiansright wing and faced Roman army Aetius Roman left wing Sangiban Alannic king at the center and Theoderich dux with his Western Goths on the Roman right The Hunnic center simply grinded Alan troops to dustThen the eastern Goths defeated their Western cousins killing Theoderich at that time Theoderich tree sons debated over leadership and the Western GothsVizygoths simply left the battlefieldAetius suddenly finding hgimself alone also retreated and Atilla have awaited some kind of emissary from his adversaries to give the Roman's surrender There were NONE The Roman army disbanded left without a trace so the Húns retreated to their camp and one division one tuman or tömény 10000 warrior on horse with composite bows and warhammers secured the whole areaHúns had NEVER lost at Campus Mariacus 'catalaunum' because next year in 452 they had stormed Auileia ruined the city its inhabitants escaped to the sea and founded Venice and accepted the surrender of the Pope of Roma So the Húns never stormed Rome nor destroyed itIn this way I think mr John Man is not just a bad scientist of history and intentional betrayer but a LIAR and a traitor to Historybest wishes Atilla

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Attila the Hun Æ N World from its twin capitals of Rome and Constantinople but it was threatened by a new force the much feared Barbarian hordes It was Attila who united the Barbarian tribes into a single amazingly effective army He launched two violent attacks against the eastern and western halves of the Roman empire attacks which earned him his reputation for mindless devastation and brought an end to Rome's pre eminence in EuropeAttila This work was disappointing I would have liked a lot information on Attila the man and person Most of the writing was of a war history during the time and not a true biography on Attila the manThe first 40% of the book is a three chapter historical introduction that doesn't even deal with Attila at all I understand the need for a brief history lesson to put things in perspective and to let the reader know how things and people came into place But 120 pages of just a 300 page book is ridiculous There is also an entire chapter that deals with a person currently living in Hungary who has mastered the art of the mounted archer on horseback that made Attila's warriors so successful But what does this have to do with Attila?And the last two chapters is an aftermath following Attila's deathFor a person with such a brutal reputation there is hardly any of that in this book And it is almost as though his legend as such a savage barbarian is misunderstoodCould have been much better than it was reader ↠ Attila the Hun ✓ John Man

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John Man ✓ Attila the Hun book The name Attila the Hun has become a byword for barbarism savagery and violence His is a truly household name but what do we really know about the man himself his position in history and the world in which he lived? This riveting biography reveals the man behind the mythIn the years 434 454AD the fate of Europe hung upon the actions of one man Attila king of the Huns The decaying Roman empire still stood astride the Wester I prize accessibility almost as much as scholarly accuracy in historical monographs Readers of my reviews have heard me rail time and time again against the turgidity of academic writing which renders even monumental works useless due to their failure to win an audience This is not a problem for Man whose background as a travel writer shines through He breaks every academic rule engaging in tangents and flights of fancy chasing rabbits down holes and building castles in the air injecting his opinion at every possible opportunity But it works because Man layers this over an impeccable command of Jordanes Marcellinus Procopius and the rest of the sources so that the reader winds up feeling like their in a conversation over a beer with a likable guy regarding Attila's life and impact instead of being lectured by yet another crusty old white dudeThere is precious little secondary scholarship in English a ton in Hungarian on Attila and I'm thrilled that one of the few contributions to the field is something that everyone especially the academically uninitiated can enjoy