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Who are the Huns?

MuМ€ller, Ernst

Who are the Huns?

The law of nations and its breakers

by MuМ€ller, Ernst

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Published by G. Reimer, Stechert (A. Hafner) in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1914-1918.,
  • International law.

  • Edition Notes

    Published in German under title: Der weltkrieg und das völkerrecht.

    Statementby Dr. Ernst Müller-Meiningen, M.P., with an introduction by the translator, R. L. Orchelle.
    ContributionsOrchelle, R. L., tr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD610 .M813
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 405 p.
    Number of Pages405
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6587831M
    LC Control Number16013197
    OCLC/WorldCa4047883

    THE HUNS, ROME AND THE BIRTH OF EUROPE The Huns have often been treated as primitive barbarians with no advanced political organization. Their place of origin was the so-called ‘backward steppe’. It has been argued that whatever political organiza-tion they achieved they owed to the ‘civilizing influence’ of the. The Huns - CRC Press Book. This volume is a concise introduction to the history and culture of the Huns. This ancient people had a famous reputation in Eurasian Late Antiquity. However, their history has often been evaluated as a footnote in the histories of the later Roman Empire and early Germanic peoples. Kim addresses thi ×.

    The Huns (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. The Huns. Author. Thompson, E. A. Publisher. John Wiley & Sons. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a. 1st Edition Published on Novem by Routledge This volume is a concise introduction to the history and culture of the Huns. This ancient people had a The Huns - 1st Edition - Hyun Jin Kim - Routledge Book.

    Full text of " Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun PDF Book " See other formats. LEADERSHIP SECRETS OF "A GREAT BOOK THE PRINCIPLES ARE TIMELESS." — H. ROSS PEROT WESS ROBERTS, Ph.D What America's Leaders Are Saying About LEADERSHIP SECRETS OF ATTILA THE HUN "Don't let the title mislead you! This brilliant leadership masterpiece is.   Buy a cheap copy of Attila, King of the Huns book by Patrick Howarth. Although his grave's location is still unknown, Attila the Hun's place in history and legend is assured, though controversial. Dubbed The Scourge of God by early Free shipping over $/5(5).


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E.A Thompson's book entitled "A History of Attila and the Huns" was first published in This is a slightly revised version of that same book, with a different title to make it fit into Wiley-Blackwell's "People of Europe" series. Given the original title, /5(11).

The topic of the book is somewhat narrow as it is more about the interaction of the Huns and the Romans, both directly and indirectly, than about the Huns in general. The original edition of the book called, I think, 'Attila and the Huns', was released in the late 50's so is not all that up to date/5.

The book traces the origins of the Huns, from the area around what is today Mongolia, and their migration across Siberia and modern Russia into Europe. Man attempts to sort myth and legend from fact, and also deals with the differing imagery of Attila, from bloodthirsty monster, in Western Europe, to a national hero in Hungary/5(5).

"This brief but accessible book is an ideal volume for an introduction to the Huns, as well as one that scholars will still find enlightening. Although the focus is on the Huns of Europe, Kim convincingly discusses the connection of the Huns to the Xiongnu of Mongolia as well as to the Hephthalites of Central Asia, who caused so much havoc for 4/5(3).

'This book is a necessary read for those interested in either the Huns or Late Antiquity in the West. For the most part the conclusions Kim draws are reasonable and thought-provoking, and even where he appears to over-extend himself, the over-extension results in the reader being forced to re-evaluate everything that has previously been read on.

The Huns were nomadic warriors who terrorized much of Europe and the Roman Empire in the 4th and 5th centuries A.D. They were impressive horsemen best known. The book is a little harder to read than a well written fiction novel for example, but that's not why I bought it.

I was looking for a book presenting the truth about the huns or at least do try the best (and not for a novel where the author's personal opinions are shaping the facts).Cited by:   In the runaway bestseller Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun, author Wess Roberts draws from the imaginary thoughts of one of history's most effective and least beloved leaders, Attila the Hun, to discover leadership principles you can apply to your own situation.

In a uniquely creative and entertaining approach to a most serious task. Christopher Kelly's book entitled 'The End of Empire: Attila the Hun & the Fall of Rome'() is well written with an excellent section for Notes & Further Reading at the back.

I couldn't decide whether it would provide an excellent introduction or was better suited to 4/5(55). An enjoyable little study of the Norse poem know as the Hlöðskviða, which is preserved in the Icelandic Hervarar saga ok Heiðreks. The poem itself is composed in the traditional Eddic metre and believed to preserve verses on encounters between Goths and Huns in /5.

Short Answer: Yes, Huns were Turkic/Türkic. illustrative Answer: “The Hun hordes ruled by Attila, who invaded and conquered much of Europe in the 5th century, might have been, at least partially, Turkic and descendants of the Xiongnu.[57][74][75].

The origin of the Huns and their relationship to other peoples identified in ancient sources as Iranian Huns such as the Xionites, the Alchon Huns, the Kidarites, the Hephthalites, and the Huna, has been the subject of long-term scholarlyJoseph de Guignes first proposed the Huns were identical to the thesis was then popularized by Edward.

I've been playing a lot of Total War: Attila lately and it's got me quite interested in the real history of the Huns. I'm most interested in Attila's conflict with Rome and his attacks on the empire in Europe.

If anyone could recommend a good book or two on them it would be much appreciated. The book that's got the business world reading, thinking, and quoting. This is the book that reveals the leadership secrets of Attila the Hun-the man who centuries ago shaped an aimless band of mercenary tribal nomads into the undisputed rulers of the ancient world, and who/5.

Get this from a library. The Huns. [Hyun Jin Kim] -- "The Huns are notorious for their role in European late antiquity. As a consequence however, their history, culture and impact have all been evaluated largely from a Greco-Roman perspective, rather.

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Thank you for your patience.5/5(3). Maybe the book's title is deceiving since not much is really known about Attila the Hun (not even his birth name). Huns aren't known as chroniclers of their own stories (much is learned from a Roman soldier and historian called Ammianus and a Goth named Jordanes).

"Attila" by John Man is about everything else around the subject its title suggests/5. Book from the collections of unknown library Language English. An extensive study of the origins and culture of the mysterious Huns and the civilizations affected by their invasions Bibliography: p.

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The world of the Huns by Otto Mänchen-Helfen,University of California Press edition, in EnglishCited by: In fact, the book gets so buried in the detail of the eastern and western Roman empire leading up the time of Attilas leadership of the Huns, that only a small amount of the book is devoted to Attila/5.

Attila the & HUNS. 84 likes. Attila and the Huns began in April of with founding members Barry Berdal, Doug Deuel, Walter Staniec and Mike Followers:   Buy a cheap copy of Mongols, Huns & Vikings book by Hugh Kennedy. They were history's most famous and ferocious warriors. From the Huns to the Mongols, successive waves of nomadic horsemen swept out of the great steppes of Central Free shipping over $Attila (/ ˈ æ t ɪ l ə, ə ˈ t ɪ l ə /; fl.

c. –), frequently called Attila the Hun, was the ruler of the Huns from until his death in March He was also the leader of a tribal empire consisting of Huns, Ostrogoths, and Alans among others, in Central and Eastern Europe.

During his reign, he was one of the most feared enemies of the Western and Eastern Roman essor: Bleda and Ruga.