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Narrated by Walter Cronkite, each episode of War & Civilization takes an in-depth look at the history of war, seemingly one of humanity's favorite pastimes. Based on the work of noted historian John Keegan, each entry is the history of an important development in the evolution of armed conflict from technological breakthroughs to tactical innovations. In this episode, viewers investigate how China and Rome built their empires on a base of conquest and ruinous war. ~ Rob Ferrier, All Movie Guide

The Series: Directed by Emmy® Award-winning filmmaker, Stephen Trombley (Nuremberg), and narrated by broadcasting legend Walter Cronkite, War and Civilization takes an in-depth look at the history of warfare. Based on the research of military historian John Keegan ("Face of Battle," "The History of Warfare") this eight-part series examines various developments in the evolution of armed conflict – from technological breakthroughs to tactical innovations – while simultaneously exploring how and why the major military campaigns of the past 3,000 years were fought.

Production Year: 1998

Studio: Koch Vision

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Narrated by Walter Cronkite, each episode of War & Civilization takes an in-depth look at the history of war, seemingly one of humanity's favorite pastimes. Based on the work of noted historian John Keegan, each entry is the history of an important development in the evolution of armed conflict from technological breakthroughs to tactical innovations. In this episode, viewers investigate how China and Rome built their empires on a base of conquest and ruinous war. ~ Rob Ferrier, All Movie Guide

The Series: Directed by Emmy® Award-winning filmmaker, Stephen Trombley (Nuremberg), and narrated by broadcasting legend Walter Cronkite, War and Civilization takes an in-depth look at the history of warfare. Based on the research of military historian John Keegan ("Face of Battle," "The History of Warfare") this eight-part series examines various developments in the evolution of armed conflict – from technological breakthroughs to tactical innovations – while simultaneously exploring how and why the major military campaigns of the past 3,000 years were fought.

Production Year: 1998

Studio: Koch Vision

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