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Alexander the great and his claim to fame

By: Robins, Phil.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Horribly famous. Publisher: London Scholastic Children's Books 2010Description: 176 p.ISBN: 9781407111735.Subject(s): Generals - Greece - Biography - Juvenile literatureDDC classification: 938.07092 Summary: Famously tutored by Aristotle, Alexander ruthlessly established himself as Macedonian king in the 300s BC, setting about continuing his father's wars against the Persian Empire. This work presents the incredible story of a brilliant military tactician who is bent on taking over the world.(http://www.worldcat.org/title/alexander-the-great-and-his-claim-to-fame/oclc/461274859&referer=brief_results)
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Famously tutored by Aristotle, Alexander ruthlessly established himself as Macedonian king in the 300s BC, setting about continuing his father's wars against the Persian Empire. This work presents the incredible story of a brilliant military tactician who is bent on taking over the world.(http://www.worldcat.org/title/alexander-the-great-and-his-claim-to-fame/oclc/461274859&referer=brief_results)

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