Attila the Hun

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Noun1.Attila the Hun - king of the HunsAttila the Hun - king of the Huns; the most successful barbarian invader of the Roman Empire (406-453)
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Although she could have scared the bejeezus out of Attilla the Hun, I remember the initial look of horror on her face, followed by a whirlwind of activity that saw everything subjected to a cleaning regime that would be the envy of any hospital operating theatre.
Attilla the Hun, the Roman Empire, the Wars of the Roses, the Napoleonic wars, the Crimean and Boar wars, the First and Second World Wars, Korea and Vietnam, the Falklands, right up to the present First and Second Gulf wars have all been about either greed for land or resources, a lust for power or an envy of prosperity and existence.
I would suggest that Mr Bogdanov has such little affinity with the theme of this event that it is akin to having Attilla the Hun take up the assembly post of Minister of Justice and Social Reform!