Legio XVII: Battle of the Danube

Readers are immersed in battlefield clashes, innovative tactics, and strategic planning. Timur, Chief of the Cimbri/Teuton Tribes, leads 300,000 people on an epic six year 700 mile migration from Jutland to the Danube River. Timur’s 90,000 man Army overpowers the Suevi Tribe and their Chief appeals to Rome. Manius Tullus leads Legiones XVII, XX, and Aux across the Alps and fights three battles. More

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About Thomas A. Timmes

Thomas A. Timmes, a 28 year active duty veteran of the U.S. Army, holds the Bronze Star for Valor and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry for combat in Vietnam. He served with the 3rd and 8th Mechanized Infantry Divisions in Germany during the Cold War as an Infantry Platoon Leader, Company Commander, and Battalion and Brigade Operations Officer. Tom has extensive experience with Military Psychological Operations as a Team Leader, an Executive Officer, and Battalion Commander of an airborne unit. Tom also served on the Department of the Army Staff and the Joint Staff in the Pentagon. After retiring as a Colonel, Tom joined the Office of the Secretary of Defense and was involved with the planning, deployment, and execution of numerous overseas military operations. He worked in the Department of Defense for 42 years including 24 years in the Pentagon. Tom earned military and civilian awards including the Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service, the Defense Superior Service Medal, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, holds a Master’s Degree in History, and is a member of the National History Honor Society. In 2013, he was designated a Distinguished Member of the Psychological Operations Regiment. Tom is married and has five children and nine grandchildren.

About the Series: Legio XVII
Manius Tullus rises through the ranks from Legionary to Centurion to Praetor to Proconsul as he leads Legio XVII and other Roman Legions into northern Italy, Austria, and Germania. Eventually, he joins Scipio Africanus in Spain and north Africa and participates in the Battle of Zama and the end of Hannibal.

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