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The other half is a fictional dramatization of the last battle of the famous lost legions of Varus. I only bought this book because I heard the author speak and I'm interested in the subject, but his writing is plain lousy. KatieWallace, April 28, 2007.
The Lost Tapes is a compilation album of studio outtakes and live recordings by the German experimental rock band Can, which was originally released as an LP in 2012 by Spoon Records in conjunction with Mute Records.
the 17th, 18th, & 19th Roman legions and their auxiliary troops under the command of Publius Quinctilius Varus vanished in the boggy wilds of Germania. They died singly and by the hundreds over several days in a carefully planned ambush led by Arminius-a Roman-trained German warrior adopted and subsequently knighted by the Romans, but determined to stop Rome's advance east beyond the Rhine River. By the time it was over, some 25,000 men, women, and children were dead and the course of European history had been forever altered.
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Three Roman legions were strung out in a long line at least 20 kilometers long. It's been raining and conditions are generally miserable. The trail through the forest is muddy, everything's wet, the food isn't great, and life generally sucks for a soldier walking deep in a foreign land on an improbable mission of conquest. With light swords, large lances, and narrow-bladed short spears, Germanic tribesmen pound the legionnaires, sweeping in from the forest, hacking and thrusting their way down the line. Rome's finest fight back in a doomed attempt to save themselves. Although the battle takes 2 days, in the end the three Roman legions, around 20,000 men, were utterly destroyed. Even now, 2000 years later, you can still find bits of Roman military equipment at the battleground, scattered along 20 kilometers from one end of the long line to the other.