Emperor of the European Hun State, one of the greatest rulers and commanders in the history of the world, Attila performed many activities during the reign of 19 years. The voyages where these activities are dominant constitute. Following an expansionist policy, Attila made the state he was the leader of even one of the greatest powers of that period. He acted rationally and paid attention to remain in peace with one side while in a war with the other. Attila, who brought Western Rome and Eastern Rome to his knees and linked them to the tribute under his rule, died when he was preparing an expedition against the Sassanids in Iran. Thus, after Attila, who could not complete the world domination, the state was not long-lived, and the state was destroyed by the death of Attila's son Dengizik in 469 by the Eastern Romans.
European Huns, Attila, Western Rome, Eastern Rome