Alexander the Great: Mallian Campaign 326 BC


Alexander’s campaign in India after the Battle of the Hydaspes and his journey back to Babylonia.

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  1. Sounds like the indians broke alexander and his army. Think about it.. His first battle in india is against the great king Porus who apparently was willing to die fighting and gave the macedonians their biggest losses yet.

    After this and the forced marches of wet and blazing hot misery over monsoon dominated live rivers and crazy jungles, his troops give up. Alexander gives in and takes them south and run into the warlike Marrian people who put an arrow through the great kings chest almost killing him. After that and hearing about the indian kingdoms with 200,000 infantry and thousands of elephants, they high tailed it out of there through a desert which killed half of his army.

    Then he went to babylon to lounge and drink himself to death like somebody depressed. Sounds like india broke him to me.

  2. Wonder if they treated women with respect? I mean when they took what they wanted in villages inbetween battles. If the number of rapes had been presented in each episode, we would not have been so keen on watching this.

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