Attila the Hun


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Historians will agree that if Attila the Hun were alive today, he would not go far to find his match here.
AFTER the ever-appropriate Prince Philip was snapped taking a book about Attila the Hun on his Christmas break, it looks like well-known people cannot be trusted to choose their own reading material.
If you talk about the small state, people think you're Attila the Hun.
The life and times of Attila the Hun (Biography from Ancient Civilizations).
Wess Roberts, PhD's LEADERSHIP SECRETS OF ATTILA THE HUN (9781600248931, $19.
If, as his name suggests, he is a cross between Kerry Katona and Attila the Hun, he represents a fearsome individual indeed.
The names of the warriors are familiar: Attila the Hun, Oliver Cromwell, Civil War generals Jeb Stuart and Phil Sheridan, and more.
This book, whose title is a foil to Harold Kushner's international bestseller When Bad Things Happen to Good People, offers a fast-paced, irreverent, fact-filled compendium of fifty case studies of notorious villains, from Attila the Hun to Dick Cheney, who triumphed in life despite, or because of, their dastardly deeds.
That kind of thing makes me act a bit like Attila the Hun.
He was in Rockface, State of Play, Shameless and played Attila The Hun on TV.
Summary: History is often written in terms of military heroes, but the enormous potential of human leadership ranges from Attila the Hun to Mother Teresa.
Attila The Hun (BBC1, Monday) was a terrifying sight back in the 1st century AD, as actor Rory McCann shows in this impressive dramatic recon-struction, part of the Heroes And Villains series.
What do William the Conqueror, Alexander the Great, Vlad the Impaler and Attila the Hun have in common?
Far more concise, vivid, and descriptive is Hunnenschlacht, based on a fresco by Wilhelm von Kaulbach depicting the legendary battle between the Emperor Theodoric and Attila the Hun at the gates of Rome.