3.) Discuss three major battles of Alexander the Great with reference to the sources supplied and in their wider and political and military context. To what factors would you attribute his success?

This was a marked contrast to the Persian Army, a vast conglomeration of nationalities, never welded into a single well-organized unit. Even the better troops,

Greek mercenaries and Persian cavalry, found themselves under the command of relatively incompetent satraps (regional governors).2 Many of the native levies only equipment were ordinary hunting weapons. The Greek writer Xenophon was very scathing of the Persian military machine, not to mention the overall state of the empire. 3 In his opinion, riddled with corruption, militarily weak, and over-extended, the empire was ripe for invasion.

Each stand represents a company, with manoeuvre elements being battalions. The scale and scope of the game allows multidivisional actions simulating weeks, not minutes.

Includes Development of Airborne Operations; Organization and Weapons; Great Battles of WWII – Miniatures Rules; Special Rules for Drop Zone Scenarios; Crete; Galatas; Retimo; Heraklion; Maleme; Malta; Operations Mercury; D-Day and Pegasus Bridge; Pegasus Bridge (Solo Scenario); Operation Market Garden; Eindhoven; Nijmegen; Arnhem; Grand Campaign – Market Garden

Note: Although included with each volume, The Great Battles of WWII rules are also available separately
(i.e., without the scenario or reference material provided in the GBWWII Vol. 1, 2, or 3 books):

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3.) Discuss three major battles of Alexander the Great with reference to the sources supplied and in their wider and political and military context. To what factors would you attribute his success?

This was a marked contrast to the Persian Army, a vast conglomeration of nationalities, never welded into a single well-organized unit. Even the better troops,

Greek mercenaries and Persian cavalry, found themselves under the command of relatively incompetent satraps (regional governors).2 Many of the native levies only equipment were ordinary hunting weapons. The Greek writer Xenophon was very scathing of the Persian military machine, not to mention the overall state of the empire. 3 In his opinion, riddled with corruption, militarily weak, and over-extended, the empire was ripe for invasion.

Each stand represents a company, with manoeuvre elements being battalions. The scale and scope of the game allows multidivisional actions simulating weeks, not minutes.

Includes Development of Airborne Operations; Organization and Weapons; Great Battles of WWII – Miniatures Rules; Special Rules for Drop Zone Scenarios; Crete; Galatas; Retimo; Heraklion; Maleme; Malta; Operations Mercury; D-Day and Pegasus Bridge; Pegasus Bridge (Solo Scenario); Operation Market Garden; Eindhoven; Nijmegen; Arnhem; Grand Campaign – Market Garden

Note: Although included with each volume, The Great Battles of WWII rules are also available separately
(i.e., without the scenario or reference material provided in the GBWWII Vol. 1, 2, or 3 books):

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3.) Discuss three major battles of Alexander the Great with reference to the sources supplied and in their wider and political and military context. To what factors would you attribute his success?

This was a marked contrast to the Persian Army, a vast conglomeration of nationalities, never welded into a single well-organized unit. Even the better troops,

Greek mercenaries and Persian cavalry, found themselves under the command of relatively incompetent satraps (regional governors).2 Many of the native levies only equipment were ordinary hunting weapons. The Greek writer Xenophon was very scathing of the Persian military machine, not to mention the overall state of the empire. 3 In his opinion, riddled with corruption, militarily weak, and over-extended, the empire was ripe for invasion.

3.) Discuss three major battles of Alexander the Great with reference to the sources supplied and in their wider and political and military context. To what factors would you attribute his success?

This was a marked contrast to the Persian Army, a vast conglomeration of nationalities, never welded into a single well-organized unit. Even the better troops,

Greek mercenaries and Persian cavalry, found themselves under the command of relatively incompetent satraps (regional governors).2 Many of the native levies only equipment were ordinary hunting weapons. The Greek writer Xenophon was very scathing of the Persian military machine, not to mention the overall state of the empire. 3 In his opinion, riddled with corruption, militarily weak, and over-extended, the empire was ripe for invasion.

Each stand represents a company, with manoeuvre elements being battalions. The scale and scope of the game allows multidivisional actions simulating weeks, not minutes.

Includes Development of Airborne Operations; Organization and Weapons; Great Battles of WWII – Miniatures Rules; Special Rules for Drop Zone Scenarios; Crete; Galatas; Retimo; Heraklion; Maleme; Malta; Operations Mercury; D-Day and Pegasus Bridge; Pegasus Bridge (Solo Scenario); Operation Market Garden; Eindhoven; Nijmegen; Arnhem; Grand Campaign – Market Garden

Note: Although included with each volume, The Great Battles of WWII rules are also available separately
(i.e., without the scenario or reference material provided in the GBWWII Vol. 1, 2, or 3 books):

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