By Mary Elizabeth Salzmann
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Parts of the Mongol army sailed on, unloaded their horses on a sandy strip near the coastal town of Hakata, and put the town to the torch. From there they rode on to Akasaka, and further up the coast to Imatsu. On their way, they massacred the local fishing population. The promise of easy spoils got General Lin Fok Heng distracted from his main objective. This delay allowed Shogun Tokimune’s local warlords to round up all available men on Kyushu, while the shogun rushed at the head of his army from Kamakura to bolster the island’s defences.
The Romans didn’t. Sections were separated from the columns, isolated, encircled, and savagely done to death. The battle had got completely out of control, everything had happened too fast for Arminius to influence its outcome. He watched the destruction of his former masters-in-arms with his mouth set in a grim line. No pity was expected and none was given. The savagery of the attack rammed wide 43 gaps in the long columns; the fire and fury of the barbarians broke up the Roman columns into small units which could no longer support each other.
He resisted Roman encroachment and Emperor Tiberius was made to realise that the value of a Provincia Alamannia, reaching to the Elbe, bore no comparison to the endeavours necessary to assure victory over the Cherusci. During the winter of AD 16, Tiberius called a halt to the German campaign, because he was afraid of a resurgence of Rome’s nemesis, Arminius. Rome’s overriding concern was to prevent at all costs both Illyria (Balkans) and Alamannia (Germany) rising at the same time. For Rome lacked the necessary means for a war on two fronts.