633: Battle of Walaja, Battle of Ullais, Battle of Chains, Battle of Daumat-UL-Jandal, Battle of Zumail, Battle of Muzayyah

 
9781156001776: 633: Battle of Walaja, Battle of Ullais, Battle of Chains, Battle of Daumat-UL-Jandal, Battle of Zumail, Battle of Muzayyah
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Chapters: Battle of Walaja, Battle of Ullais, Battle of Chains, Battle of Daumat-ul-jandal, Battle of Zumail, Battle of Muzayyah, Battle of Saniyy, Battle of River, Battle of Hatfield Chase, Battle of Ein-ul-Tamr, List of state leaders in 633, Battle of Hira, Fourth Council of Toledo, Battle of Al-Anbar,. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Battle of Walaja was a battle fought in Mesopotamia (Iraq) in May 633 between the Rashidun Caliphate army under Khalid ibn al-Walid and the Persian Empire and its Arab allies. In this battle the Persian army is said to have been at least three times the size of the Muslim army. Khalid decisively defeated the numerically superior Persian forces using a variation of the double envelopment tactical manoeuvre, similar to the manoeuvre Hannibal used to defeat the Roman forces at the Battle of Cannae; however, Khalid is said to have developed his version independently. Prophet Mohammad died on 8 June 632, Abu Bakr succeeded him as first Caliph. Abu Bakr's Caliphate lasted for 27 months, during which he crushed the rebellion of the Arab tribes throughout Arabia in the successful campaign against Apostasy and restore the authority of Madinah over Arabia. Once the rebellions had been put down, Abu Bakr began a war of conquest. He launched campaigns against the Sassanid Empire and the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire) and thus set in motion a historical trajectory that in just a few short decades would lead to one of the largest empires in history. After the Ridda Wars a Muslim tribal chief raided the Persian frontier towns in Iraq. After the success of these raids Abu Bakr planned to expand his empire. He started with Iraq, which was under Persian occupation at the time. After centuries of Persian power and gl...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=7517428

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