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The lesson, then, of jean larteguy's two novels of the Algerian war, The Centurions (1960) and The Praetorians (1961) is the same as that of a more recent import from the world of French fiction, Michel Houellebecq's Submission (2015).
The Praetorian Guard of ancient Rome was gradually transformed from a citizen police force into an oppressive standing army.
The Praetorian Guard: A History of Rome's Elite Special Forces.
Renaud Egreteau and Larry Jagan, Soldiers and Diplomacy in Burma: Understanding the Foreign Relations of the Burmese Praetorian State.
In the model put forward by Eric Nordlinger, the Pakistani praetorians would be classified as "Rulers.
Aironi, from the northern town of Viadana, and capital city team Praetorians have now been given the green light ahead of Benetton Treviso and Duchi Nord-Ovest.
Aironi, from the northern town of Viadana, and capital city team Praetorians, have now been given the green light ahead of Benetton Treviso and Duchi Nord-Ovest.
Moved by the Billingham boy's cause, Dave, a member of Billingham biker club The Praetorians, auctioned off his ponytail and a three inch grisly beard.
Anyway, Praetorians is set - as its title implies - during the rise of the Roman Empire.
NOW may not be the best time for your PC to resemble a battlefield, but Praetorians is set during the rise of the Roman Empire, so it's very different to modern warfare.
Stage One: senior Praetorians and associated intellectual prostitutes repine the pitiful condition of America's fighting folk and the decrepitude of the US military arsenal.
While the last of the praetorians was being slaughtered, the General, a few officers, and a foreign press correspondent headed for the Dictator's private office.
Get it wrong, and the Praetorians could drag you away in chains, or supervise your suicide.
Flavius Sulpicianus and was installed as emperor (March 28); immediately faced with revolts by the army in Asia, Britain, and on the Danube, he governed feebly and was executed by the Praetorians (apparently upon order of the Senate) as Septimius Severus approached Rome at the head of his Danubian legions (June 1).
According to the people of the times as well as later historians, the Senate seemed to emerge as the toothless tool of strong men, the praetorians became the real arbiters of the throne, and a new social elite apparently came to the fore.