Conqueror of Western Europe, emperor of Rome, JULIUS CAESAR (44 B.C.-100 B.C.) is considered one of the keenest political and military minds of all time, and his commentaries on his own campaigns rank with Sun-Tzu's The Art of War as required reading for anyone who wishes to grasp the soldierly skills of tactics and strategy.
In this 1915 edition-MacDevitt's translation is considered masterful-we are privileged with Caesar's firsthand accounts of his war in Gaul and his own civil war.
. how to negotiate a surrender
. how to motivate troops in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds
. where to establish a strategic camp
. how to use even poor weather to your best advantage
. how to take advantage of unfavorable ground
. and much more.