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Cam Rea

Cam Rea is a Military Historian and currently the Associate Editor/Writer at Strategy & Tactics Press. Mr. Rea has published several books and written numerous articles for Strategy & Tactics Press and Classical Wisdom Weekly. His most current publication is "Hebrew Wars: A Military History of Ancient Israel from Abraham to Judges." He is currently working on “The Wars of Israel: A Military History from the End of Judges to Solomon."

Publications:

The Wars of Israel: A Military History from the End of Judges to Solomon (2016)​
Hebrew Wars: A Military History of Ancient Israel from Abraham to Judges (2015)
Leviathan vs. Behemoth: The Roman-Parthian Wars 66 BC-217 AD (2014) (revised 2016)
The Rise of Parthia in the East (2013)
March of the Scythians (2013)

Forthcoming publication:

Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Mongol Invasions and Conquests From 1206-1227. Vol I (2017)

 

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