Alexander The Great Conquistadors

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One of the greatest conquistadors in history was Alexander III of Macedon, also known as Alexander the Great. Behind his accomplishments of taking down the dominant Persia and the mighty Egypt, stands a leader who is confident, driven, a risk taker, a great communicator, and is both tactically and technically proficient. Alexander the Great is a prime example of the army’s definition of an adaptive leader. The young conqueror began his path to becoming a leader when he took over his father’s kingdom at the age of sixteen. Alexander was able to lead the kingdom of Macedon to victory towards the “Thracian people called the Maedi” (Jarus) and renaming the city Alexandroupolis. Not only does this demonstrate his confidence as an individual, but
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