Attila the Hun
In 376AD the Huns invaded Russia. Attila the Hun became the ruler of
the Huns in 433AD.
The Romans originally convinced Attila to attack their enemies, the
but Attila had his own ideas for Europe. In 451AD Attila invaded Gaul
but was defeated at
the battle of Chalons only by a unified Barbarian and Roman force that
had come together
to face the common threat of the Huns. In 452AD the Huns turned and
invaded Italy but
they were apparently bought off by Pope Leo I. Attila the Hun died in
453AD and the Huns
slowly disbanded, leaving Europe in 470AD to settle in the country of
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