Battle of the Catalaunian Plains, 451 (ALL PARTS) ⚔️ The man who defeated Attila the Hun DOCUMENTARY

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🚩 The Battle of the Catalaunian Plains, (AD 451), battle fought between the Huns under Attila and a mixed Roman and Visigoth force under Aetius and Theodoric I; checked the Hunnic advance in Europe. The battle, long-remembered for its ferocity, resulted in Attila’s defeat, though the casualty figures in traditional accounts are probably exaggerated. The Huns’ defeat prevented the widespread destruction and spoliation of Gaul, but it is unlikely that Attila’s horde could have made any deep impression upon the Latin and urban character of the country.

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🚩 I combined all parts of our “Battle of the Catalaunian Plains” mini-series for easier viewing. This video was chosen by my Patrons. Thank you so much for your likes and comments ❤️. If you enjoy my videos please consider subscribing.

📢 Narrated by David McCallion

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  1. 🚩 I combined all parts of our "Battle of the Catalaunian Plains" mini-series for easier viewing. This video was chosen by my Patrons. Thank you so much for your likes and comments ❤. If you enjoy my videos please consider subscribing.
    🚩 The Battle of the Catalaunian Plains, (AD 451), battle fought between the Huns under Attila and a mixed Roman and Visigoth force under Aetius and Theodoric I; checked the Hunnic advance in Europe. The battle, long-remembered for its ferocity, resulted in Attila’s defeat, though the casualty figures in traditional accounts are probably exaggerated. The Huns’ defeat prevented the widespread destruction and spoliation of Gaul, but it is unlikely that Attila’s horde could have made any deep impression upon the Latin and urban character of the country.

  2. Despite all the European / Roman fanboys coping, the fact that Attila marched to Rome one year later proves who won the battle.
    At best it was tactically inconclusive, strategic Hunnic victory.

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