A highly-acclaimed account of Julius Caesar's decade-long campaign against the Celts of Germany, Gaul, and Britain When Julius Caesar led his legions on a nine-year war of conquest to the north, he changed the course of European history and delayed the invasions from the east for five hundred years. This military history analyses and describes Caesar's campaigns in ancient France, Britain, and Germany, on land and sea. The author draws upon modern archaeological, linguistic, and historical research, which includes identification of the sites of many of Caesar's battle camps and sieges.
About the Author
Ramon L. Jimenez is the author of Caesar Against Rome and Caesar Against the Celts.