Worst places to quantum leap to
When I was a little boy, I was always intrigued by reading books about the ancient world. In addition to that, the ancient battles and exploits of certain generals which took place. Obviously, there were many battles and generals left out. Some generals were even the kings, or emperors themselves.
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1. Alexander The Great
3. Julius Caesar
5. Robert E. Lee
The ability to attain victory in the face of logistical adversity and against a numerical superior enemy is the criteria by which I chose my top five generals. The following are the examples of the battles fought by my top five generals against massive odds and major logistical problems -
1. Alexander The Great at Guagemela
2. Hannibal at Cannae
3. Julius Caesar at Alesia
4. Napolean at Austerlitz
5. Robert E. Lee at Chancellorsville
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